New Jersey Association of Museums
Please join the New Jersey Association of Museums at the USGA Museum for our next networking luncheon! The USGA Museum is dedicated to celebrating and preserving the true spirit of golf as embodied in the history of the USGA and, more broadly, the history of the game in the United States. NJAM guests will have the exclusive opportunity to explore the Museum on a Monday when it is closed to the public.
Expand your professional network and discuss issues and ideas with your NJ museum peers over lunch. Hear from Susan Wasser, Assistant Director, and Kim Gianetti, Manager of Marketing and Outreach, on going Beyond Niche Audiences and how the USGA Museum has utilized education and outreach to engage visitors. Take a tour of the Museum, the nation's largest and most significant collection of golf artifacts and documents. Complete the day by trying out the Pynes Putting Course, a 16,000-square-foot green inspired by the world-renowned Himalayas putting course in St. Andrews, Scotland (wear flats! No heels will be permitted on the putting course).
New Jersey Association of Museums, c/o Montclair Art Museum, 3 S. Mountain Ave, Montclair, NJ 07042