A yellow foam ball at the end of a flexible rubber tube adjusts in length to allow for different arc widths. Encourages all the elements of a good rotary golf swing.Splash Board
A rectangular Lexan board used to make learning how to extract the ball from a bunker as easy as a simple pitch shot.…Whether it was as a golfer, author, inventor, coach, educator of researcher, Gary Wiren certainly lives up to another of his central philosophies of life and worked hard and played hard in a positive way.
– Dr. Kyle Phillpots, Director of Training and Education for the PGA of Great Britain and Ireland…Gary Wiren single-handedly put the PGA education program on a trajectory that never before had been seen. Thank you Gary…for without your ground breaking programs, I know that at least this one professional would not be where he is today.
– Bruce Patterson, Director of Golf at Butler National GC, “Top 100 Teach in America.”
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 coffee table book ”A Passion for Golf;” and highlighted on in-flight video news with United Air Lines and Singapore Airlines. It has been the subject of speeches to museum and collecting groups in a variety of geographical locations including a six month exhibit at The Cornell Museum in Delray Beach, FL. The collection attracts visitors from around the world.
One of the features of the collection is its variety, which includes balls, books, clubs, postcards, 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 . Several items are one-of-a-kind, not seen anywhere else in the world.
Another strength of the collection is its volume. There are over 1,400 books, 2,800 clubs, 1,600 balls, 5,000 postcards, and 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, the historic, the personal, the unique, that leaves the viewer saying, “That is unbelievable!” It is currently housed in what some have called America’s most fascinating golf room where it has been visited by Bill Gates and Warren Buffet, together