Joe Logan alerts us to the great news that the Art of Golf traveling exhibit will be up through July 7 at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
Best of all, it's a great chance to see a masterpiece:
The centerpiece of the collection is perhaps the most famous painting in the history of golf. Titled "The Golfers," the 7-foot wide canvas, rendered in 1847 by Scotsman Charles Lees, is set on the Old Course in St. Andrews and depicts a crucial moment in match between Sir David Baird and Sir Ralph Anstruther and Sir Hugh Playfair and John Campbell.
Here's a nice YouTube video with some insights into the exhibit, a nice curator breakdown of "The Golfers" and some info on planned for U.S. Open tie-ins, including evening events all week which might make visiting during those evenings difficult.