The Canadian Golf Hall of Fame and Museum is located at the Glen Abbey Golf Club in Oakville, Ont. The museum's archives comprise extensive histories on the game of golf, Canadian golfers and golf courses, Hall of Famers, and more. With more than 50 000 images, the museum is home to the largest collection of golf photography in the country. The museum's library, the largest public golf library in Canada, contains 3500 titles and thousands of periodicals.
The museum is set up as a golf course and includes features such as a putting green where visitors can try their luck with a replica 200-year-old putter; displays tracing the history of golf; a driving range that gives visitors a chance to "play" in the 1895 Canadian Amateur Championship; and a golf timeline showing golf in relation to history, politics, society, and industry.
Hall of Fame inductees include Manitoba's Daniel Albert Halldorson (professional golfer, 2002); Ontario's Florence Harvey, a staunch advocate of women's golf and semi-finalist in the 1910 International Ladies' Championship (amateur golfer and builder, 1972); New Brunswick's Mabel Gordon Thomson, winner of five Canadian Ladies' Amateur Championships between 1902 and 1908 (1986); and Ontario's Mike Weir, winner of many provincial, national, and international championships (professional golfer, 2009).