Celebrate History in the Ouimet Room at William F. Connell Golf House & Museum!
A re-creation of Francis Ouimet’s home library in Wellesley, Mass., the Ouimet Room displays many photographs, mementos, publications and special merchandise from Francis Ouimet’s
great life and golf career. It also features a display of the Francis Ouimet Scholarship Fund and its history since 1949 and memorabilia from The Greatest Game Ever Played book and movie based on Mr. Ouimet’s historic 1913 U.S. Open victory & lifelong friendship with his 10-year-old caddie, Eddie Lowery. View the Ouimet Room brochure >>
In September 2014, a new display was unveiled and dedicated as a remembrance of the many activities and programs The Fund conducted in celebrating Ouimet 100, the Centennial observation of his important 1913 U.S. Open victory and 1914 U.S. Amateur title.
The Ouimet Room also features a historical video on Francis Ouimet. This and other videos on Mr. Ouimet can be found on our YouTube channel, along with numerous videos and clips on Eddie Lowery, and the Ouimet Fund’s Scholars, Alumni and events.
The William F. Connell Golf House & Museum is located on the grounds of the TPC of Boston in Norton, MA. The facility has served as home to the state’s top amateur golf organizations (Massachusetts Golf Association, Women’s Golf Association of Massachusetts, Golf Course Superintendents Association of New England, Golf Course Owners Association of New England, etc.), as well as the PGA Tour’s Deutsche Bank Championship since 2003.
The Ouimet Room and Museum is wheelchair accessible and is open from 9:00AM – 4:00PM Monday – Friday. Admission is complimentary.
Directions: 300 Arnold Palmer Boulevard, Norton, Massachusetts 02766