The Golf Museum at James River Country Club is a must see attraction. The museum is not only the oldest golf museum in the world but is home to some of the oldest artifacts that date back to the pre-1930s. The mission of the Golf Museum is to display artifacts depicting the ancient and honorable history of the game. As you enter the 1,800 square foot, newly renovated Golf Museum, the room is lit up by history and heritage, creating speechless reactions. A large, eight- by twelve-foot, high-definition projection screen drops down from the ceiling, making it accessible to any event. Some of the artifacts displayed include legends of the game such as Bobby Jones, Harry Vardon, Payne Stewart and many more. With such an impressive backdrop, it's no wonder that the Golf Museum is a popular room to host an event.
- Click here to view or print Golf Museum Brochure.
- Click here to view or print the 75th Anniversary, page 64.
- Click here to view or print the 75th Anniversary, page 65.