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Top 10 Artifacts Acquired by the USGA Golf Museum and Library in 2023

(From the website)

Each year, the USGA Golf Museum and Library adds to its illustrious collection chronicling the game’s history. Every new artifact, whether from 100 years ago or from this year’s championships, increases opportunities for future generations to connect with important figures and milestone moments. The list from 2023 uniquely demonstrates the Museum’s expanding reach and its longstanding commitment to collecting artifacts that showcase the game’s diverse history.

Several of these special items will be on display at the USGA Golf Museum and Library in Liberty Corner, N.J., and the new USGA Experience set to open in Pinehurst in the first half of 2024.

Max Togisala’s Round 2 Scorecard, 2023 U.S. Adaptive Open

At the 2023 U.S. Adaptive Open, (Utah’s) 19-year-old Max Togisala was not only the youngest seated competitor, but he also placed first within that category and finished 17th overall. In Round 2, Togisala recorded a 2-under-par 70 on Pinehurst’s No. 6 Course, which is the lowest score in competition on a rated golf course by a player in a seated position using an assistive mobility device since the creation of the World Ranking for Golfers with a Disability (WR4GD) and its predecessor, the Ranking for Golfers with Disability (R4GD). His scorecard documents a milestone for the not only the U.S. Adaptive Open, but the adaptive golf community. 

Read the complete story, originally posted on Dec. 18th, 2023 on, here: