The USGA Foundation is the member engagement and fundraising program within the United States Golf Association, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Established in 2017, the USGA Foundation secures resources to fulfill the USGA’s commitment to invest in programs and solutions that best serve golf for all who love and play it. The Foundation is focused on four impact areas that are essential to the health and future of the game: enhancing the on-course experience for all players, creating a healthier relationship between courses and the environment, celebrating traditions and preparing future leaders.
WHS and GHIN:
The vision to unify the six different handicap systems in use around the world into a single World Handicap System required the commitment of, and collaboration between, many organizations. All of the following organizations have provided their support to this important initiative and played their part in establishing the key principles, which shaped the proposals and drove forward the initiative to the point where a new World Handicap System could be introduced in 2020.
Rules of Golf:
In collaboration with The R&A, the USGA writes, interprets and educates on the four sets of rules that define the game globally.
USGA Golf Museum and Library :
The USGA Golf Museum and Library is the nation’s oldest sports museum and the world’s leading institution for the collection, preservation, interpretation and dissemination of golf history. Our collections, the world’s largest and most significant related to the game of golf, serve as the foundation of our diverse roles, services and initiatives. Explore the world’s premier collection of golf history and dive deeper into the game’s rich past by visiting the Museum at USGA headquarters in Liberty Corner, New Jersey.
USGA Golf Museum and Library
77 Liberty Corner Road
Liberty Corner, New Jersey 07938
GPS — Far Hills, New Jersey 07938
The USGA Golf Museum and Library is located near the intersection of Interstate 78 and Interstate 287. The Museum is a 30-minute drive from Newark Liberty International Airport and approximately one hour from New York City.
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USGA and Junior Golf :
Whether they grow up to be champions, or champion the game, the responsibility to grow golf and welcome the next generation starts with us. That’s why the USGA invests in national junior programs that make an impact in communities large and small across America. This investment has brought the game to millions of young players from diverse backgrounds, and continues to promote inclusivity for all.