British Golf Museum

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The British Golf Museum is located opposite the clubhouse of the Royal and Ancient Golf Club in St Andrews, Scotland.

The museum, which opened in 1990, documents the history of golf from Medieval times to the present, including the men's and women's games, British and international, both professional and amateur. Exhibits include historic equipment, memorabilia and art work, documentation, the history of the Royal and Ancient Golf Club, and the rules and terminology of the game.

The museum was established in 1989 in an existing, single-storey building behind the Clubhouse.[1] Later, the building was renovated and expanded, for a total area of 580 square metres (6,200 sq ft), including a rooftop cafe.[1] Construction started in summer 2014 and was completed in June 2015.[1]

The museum is open to the public seven days a week throughout the year.

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  1. ^ a b c "The British Golf Museum, St. Andrews". Richard Murphy Architects website. Richard Murphy Architects, Ltd. Retrieved 2017-06-02. 

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