Moments that Matter – new series from the World Golf Hall of Fame

The World Golf Hall of Fame is featuring a 10-part series on YouTube that highlights some of golf’s most exciting stories. Called “Moments that Matter,” the series debuted June 10 with an episode titled “Miracle at Merion.” June 10 just happens to be the 70th anniversary of the great man’s legendary 1-iron shot at the 1950 U.S. Open at Merion […]

Southern Hills CC prepares display of club’s heritage

Many dozens of golf clubs in the U.S. have a rich and storied history and more than a few have dedicated historians/archivists, like the GHS’ own John Capers III at Merion. Southern Hills CC in Tulsa, Okla., is the latest to prepare a new display that chronicles and celebrates the club’s history. An article by Joe Barks in ClubandResortbusiness.com, describes […]

GHS featured in Ohio golf journal

The GHS has been featured in the Ohio Golf Journal’s June edition. Word is spreading about the Society and its welcome to golf enthusiasts of all stripes, from historians to hickory players, collectors, researchers, authors and more. This issue also contains a lovely feature on golf Hall of Famer and GHS member Renee Powell. Click here to check out the […]

Golf Heritage Society announces special membership fee

LEBANON, Ohio (June 9, 2020) – The nonprofit Golf Heritage Society (GHS) is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year and has just announced a membership fee of $25 for the remainder of 2020. With this special mid-year offer, the GHS (GolfHeritage.org) continues to welcome new members from throughout the U.S. and around the world. “It is our pleasure to announce this special […]

Memorial round honors past NHC players

June 5, 2020By Jim Davis Gordon Beggs Jr. is a retired law professor (Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, Cleveland State University) who makes his home in Tuscon, Ariz. A member of both the GHS and the Society of Hickory Golfers, he has been a long-time player and supporter of the National Hickory Championship (since 2008, seven tournaments). Though slowed in recent […]