The Australasian Golf Museum, located in Bothwell village, tells the story of how golf evolved from a crude game played by a handful of villages on Scotland's east coast, to now being a truly international game, and Australia's most popular participation sport.
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|AGM001||The Australian Golf Museum collection illustrates the evolution of golf from Scotland's east coast to the modern game. The Australian Golf Museum holds golf clubs dating back to the 1800's, examples of the evolution of golf balls including feathery, Gutta-percha, and Haskell balls. It also has an extensive collection of photos, paintings and documents which trace the history of golf, from Scotland's east coast to the modern game.|
Coverage: Bothwell, Tasmania, Australia; Scotland, UK; 1879 - 2009
|30 May 2012|