USGA Museum and Library Jerris Research Center

Rand Jerris, Ph.D., continues to serve as one of the foremost historians, curators, authors and leaders in golf history after more than 30 years of service to the USGA.

Through his visionary dedication to collections development, Jerris stewarded the USGA Golf Museum and Library to become the world’s most important resource on the history of the game. Among his many contributions, Jerris ensured institutional commitment to the Museum’s future, created the Arnold Palmer Center for Golf History and produced groundbreaking scholarship.

His impact as a leader, mentor, curator, author and historian continue to inspire all those who interact with him and his work.

View a brief video about his contributions.

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