The Hall of Fame attraction honors the best golfers in the world – both men and women – every year by housing an amazing array of their historic artifacts and personal memorabilia.
You can also see trophies in the Trophy Tower and check out Hall of Fame Member's Locker Room, which showcases more than 20 celebrated pros' gear, such as bags, clubs and photos from tournaments past. The Locker Room is also the spot to watch classic games on the room's 70-inch screen or live golf as it happens in real time.
World Golf Hall of Fame in St. Augustine — Photo courtesy of World Golf Hall of Fame
Recent special and traveling exhibits include Gary Player: Grand Slam Success, which takes a look at one of the most successful and prolific careers ever in the game, as well as Honoring the Legacy: A Tribute to African-Americans in Golf.
Interactive exhibits include a simulator where you can tee-off on some of the world's most famous courses and an 18-hole outdoor putting course to test your steadiness and eye on the line.
But, if a trip to the World Golf Hall of Fame isn't enough, you can stay and play at the nearby World Golf Village, which features luxurious accommodations and two championship golf courses: King & Bear and Slammer & Squire.
The "King" is Arnold Palmer, of course, and the "Bear" is none other than Jack Nicklaus; the two came together to create their award-winning green.
The Slammer & Squire was built by Bobby Weed with the input of Hall of Fame alumni Sam (The Slammer) Snead and Gene (The Squire) Sarazen.
King & Bear Course — Photo courtesy of World Golf Village
If the stone tees seem too intimidating, it may be a good excuse to sign up with the PGA Tour Golf Academy, which is also on site. The high-tech facility includes two hitting bays, virtual swing analysis, a large private practice area and a short-game practice area with putting and chipping greens and practice bunkers.
Other options to get your game up to speed are private lessons, camps and clinics.
After a long day out on the course, you can retire at one of the many accommodations, ranging from condos to luxury hotel rooms.
Wake up the next morning, and grab your tee time.