Our Museum

The Australian Golf Heritage Society Museum’s collection of golfing equipment, photographs and documents tells the story of golf in Australia. We always have have a number of permanent displays on show, as well as temporary exhibitions, objects in storage, and an extensive library.

Museum Location

 Address:    4 Parramatta Road, Granville, 2141                         (1st floor above Golf Mart - only                              accessible by stairs)

 Hours:        Sundays from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm.
                    (or by appointment)

 Phone:       (02) 9637 4720.

 Admission is free.

The Golf Museum is proudly supported by Golf Mart and supported by Golf NSW, the PGA of NSW and Museums and Galleries New South Wales. Premises for the Golf Museum are provided through the generosity of Mr Denis Brosnan.

Volunteering your time

The Museum relies on volunteers for nearly all of its activities. If you are interested in golf heritage and have some time to spare, we'd love to hear from you.

If you do have a specialty - whether it be instructional books, Gibson and Forgan clubs, South Australian club history, left-handed pre-World War II professionals, or some other interest - we would very much appreciate your assistance as we assess, analyse and properly document the Society's collection.

Hours can be as flexible as you want to make them, and Museum staff are able to provide any guidance required. If you are interested, please email the Museum, visit or phone on any Sunday, or leave a message on our answering machine.

Museum News will keep you up to date with significant Museum acquisitions, current projects, plans for the future, and any way members can get involved.

Our Object of the Month is selected by the Museum Sub-Committee as an object that is representative of the wide range of golf artefacts held in the Museum.

Our major exhibition Golf & War marks 100 years since the the Gallipoli landings by acknowledging the contributions of the golfing community to the war efforts.

Our current special exhibition celebrates the life and achievements of Kel Nagle, the winner of the 1960 centenary Open championship.

Museum Resources - including our collection and research library are available to members, and non-members subject to availability.


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