Gary Wiren - Golf Artifact Collections

Dr. Gary Wiren's Golf Collection

The Gary Wiren Golf Collection is certainly one of the finest private collections in the world. It has been featured on ESPN Sports television network, in the national Japanese golf magazine Choice, described in the Golf Collector's Society Bulletin, pictured in the 1994 coffee table book, A Passion for Golf, highlighted on in-flight video news with United Air Lines, Singapore Air Lines, and TWA. It has been the subject of speeches to museum and collecting groups in a variety of geographical locations. Currently you can see highlights of it appearing daily on The Golf Channel. The collection attracts visitors from around the world who have had the privilege to be invited to view it.

Contact Dr. Wiren for more information about his collection.

One of the features of the collection is its variety which includes: balls, books, clubs, postcards, stamps and first day covers, tees, magazines, art, catalogs, sheet music, ball molds, advertising, art, silver, statuary, medals, etc. The presentation is unique and offers to even the non-golfer an interesting and memorable experience.

Another strength of the collection is its volume. There are over 1,200 books, 2,100 clubs, 1,600 balls, 5,000 postcards, hundreds of stamps and tees and magazines to give not only breadth but also depth to the collection. The collection's additional appeal is the odd, the unusual, this historic, the personal, the unique, the one-of-a-kind, that leave the viewer saying, "That is unbelievable!" It is currently housed in what some have called America's most fascinating golf room. It's a room you could have in your home with tax deduction possibilities.


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