Australian Golf Heritage Society Museum

The Northern Parkway, Tuncurry, NSW, 2428

Experience Details

The largest collection of golfing history in regional NSW, showcasing and documenting the history of the sport across Australia. The museum covers the development of golf in the local area where it was first played at Port Macquarie in 1910 and includes details of many North Coast clubs. The main area tracks the game from its early beginnings in Scotland, and in Australia at Grose Farm (roughly where Sydney Uni is today) in 1839, to the present day. There are features on Jim Ferrier, Peter Thomson, Kel Nagle, Jack Newton and many others. The clubs Craig Parry used to win the 1992 Japan Open are also on display. Entry is free and visitors can make use of the club facilities. The Museum is open every day at Tuncurry Golf Course on The Northern Parkway, off The Lakes Way, Tuncurry.
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The Northern Parkway, Tuncurry, NSW, 2428


Disabled access available, contact operator for details.