Wednesday, October 7, 2015

The World Golf Hall of Fame

A couple weekends ago, we took advantage of Free Museum Day and made the drive down to St. Augustine to check out the World Golf Hall of Fame. We have been there a couple of times before, but this was E.J.'s first visit. We didn't stay very long, but we had a nice time!

Eric and the kids outside the Golf Hall of Fame!

She's such a natural.

Off to do some museum-ing

The kids especially loved the little putting courses within the museum. Ellie loved having a chance to golf, and E.J. loved having a chance to wander all over the place with a golf ball in each hand.

Ellie and Eric doing some putting

The journey to an E.J. Wa.ters Grand Slam starts right here.

Life's simple pleasures.

Happy golfers!

We explored the exhibits a little more...

Statue of Ben Hogan's swing

Wannamaker trophy replica

U.S. Open Trophy

Masters Trophy

The Claret Jug

Silver-plated scorecards for a U.S. Open champion

Gary Player's Green Jacket

View of the grounds from the trophy room

...then Eric tried his hand at the Challenge Green.


Then, it was back to Jacksonville! It was a nice outing in St. Augustine!

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