Travis Puterbaugh

Travis Puterbaugh is the Curator of the World Golf Hall of Fame & Museum in St. Augustine, Florida. He graduated from Loyola University of New Orleans with a B.A. in Communications, the University of South Florida with an M.A. in History, and has worked in the museum industry for 14 years. Travis considers getting to walk inside the ropes during Day One of the 2016 International Crown as the highlight of his time working for the Hall of Fame. Follow Travis on Twitter at @WGHOFCurator.

LPGA Founder Marilynn Smith portrait display at WGHOF -
Travis Puterbaugh, Curator of the World Golf Hall of Fame Museum, looks at the income gap through the eyes of one of the LPGA founders, Marilynn Smith.
Karrie Webb idolized Greg Norman growing up and finally had a chance to meet him at the Greg Norman Junior Masters tournament in 1991. Photograph courtesy of Karrie Webb
Karrie Webb's win at the 1991 Greg Norman Junior Masters put her on a path that would lead to her induction into the World Golf Hall of Fame. Story by Travis Puterbaugh.
Se Ri Pak's World Golf Hall of Fame Museum display.
Curator of the World Golf Hall of Fame & Museum, Travis Puterbaugh looks at the legacy of Korea's Si Re Pak, winner of the Vare Trophy in 2003.
MacGregor shag bag given as a gift from Louise Suggs to Meg Mallon. On it Suggs wrote: “Always Meg – My Best. Louise Suggs.” Bag currently on loan to the World Golf Hall of Fame & Museum courtesy of Meg Mallon.
Recently inducted member of the World Golf Hall of Fame, Meg Mallon, received a very special gift from her friend and mentor, Louise Suggs.
In Gee Chun Rewrites Golf Record Books Womens Golf
In Gee Chun's 21-under par victory at the 2016 Evian Championship sent her scorecards straight into the World Golf Hall of Fame Museum.
Hollis Stacy and Amy Alcott World Golf Hall of Fame Women's Golf article
Future World Golf Hall of Fame members Amy Alcott and Hollis Stacy first met as competitors during the 1969 USGA Girls’ Junior Championship and formed a lasting friendship while going on to achieve great success on the LPGA Tour.
Inbee Park World Golf Hall of Fame Museum -
Travis Puterbaugh begins his Women's Golf Highlights from the World Golf Hall of Fame series with a look at Inbee Park's spectacular major year in 2013.