Augusta, GA -
It’s no secret that golf is a big deal here in town.
As the city preps for Masters Week, the Augusta Museum of History is doing its part.
The tourist attraction wants to share the rich history of golf and Augusta National with folks in town for the tournament.
For this year's event, the museum will partner with the Convention and Visitors Bureau. There will be free admission to the museum for folks who take part in the city's trolley tours during Masters Week.
Nancy Glaser, executive director for the Augusta Museum of History, tells us they feel a responsibility to share the sport's entire history with golf fans.
"One of the things I notice when I meet people from all over the world that come here during [the week of the Masters] is how passionate they are about the sport," Glaser said. "It might be meeting or seeing a star, or people who play the sport, but it's just that passion for the game itself."