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By Marian on 2/10/2015 9:08 PM
The USGA Museum will open the Jack Nicklaus Room on Wednesday, May 27, 2015. The room will feature a painting by the artist Harold Riley, a bronze statue by the sculptor Zenos Frudakis and more than 75 artifacts from Nicklaus, including the 3-wood he used to win both of his U.S. Amateur titles and all 18 of his professional majors. Nicklaus, who turned 75 in January, won eight USGA championships, designed more than 390 golf courses and has raised tens of millions of dollars for charity.

Nicklaus turned 75 this past January. His wife, Barbara, was recently named the receipant of the 2015 Bob Jones Award, the USGA’s highest honor. Given annually to an individual who demonstrates Jones’ spirit, personal character and respect for the game, Nicklaus will receive the award during the U.S. Open in June. The Nicklaus' have been married for nearly 55 years.

Look to our website for my information and details on how you can visit this exciting new room at the USGA Golf House Museum this summer.

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