The PGA Championship is being celebrated at the PGA Museum of Golf in Port St. Lucie.

PORT ST. LUCIE -- Wishing you were at the PGA Championship in Rochester, New York this week?

Yeah, me too.

Although, in Port St. Lucie you can find the next best thing at the PGA Championship Exhibit at the PGA Museum of Golf.

To learn more watch Emerson Lotzia's story by clicking on the video attached.

The exhibit debuted on August 2nd and will continue through the rest of the year. It pays homage to PGA Champions past and present who have defined the essence of one of the most storied events in golf.

The rotating PGA Championship Exhibit will be updated during its five-month run and will feature rare memorabilia tracing the PGA Championship's storied history dating to 1916, such as:

•  Authentic replica clothing worn by 2012 PGA Champion Rory McIlroy during last year's final round
•  An autographed golf ball and signed photo of McIlroy from his record-breaking margin of victory
•  A hickory shaft driver belonging to five-time PGA Champion Walter Hagen from the 1920s
•  Replica Wanamaker Trophy awarded to 1920 PGA Champion Jock Hutchison
•  Numerous official money clips and player badges spanning from 1953-2012
•  A Gibson Les Paul electric guitar presented by 2003 PGA Champion Shaun Micheel to each former PGA Champion at the Champions Dinner at Whistling Straits in 2004
•  Video highlights of the PGA Championship that trace its history to its beginnings in 1916
•  An iconic photo of Sam Snead signing a war bond as a prize for winning the 1942 PGA Championship
•  A photo of Ben Hogan carrying the Wanamaker Trophy after winning the PGA Championship in 1948
•  Items commemorating this year's 95th PGA Championship, which will be conducted at Oak Hill Country Club in Rochester, N.Y., Aug. 8-11.
To learn more about the PGA Museum of Golf CLICK HERE.
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