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What does BGM stand for?

BGM stands for British Golf Museum (UK)

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Abbot House Heritage Centre, Dunfermline Attadale Gardens, Wester Ross Auld Reekie Tours, Edinburgh Benmore Botanic Garden, Argyll British Golf Museum, St Andrews Dawyck Botanic Garden, Stobo, near Peebles Dumfries Museum and Camera Obscura Edinburgh Butterfly & Insect World Edinburgh International Climbing Arena, Ratho (applies to Aerial Assault Course only) Explorers Garden, Pitlochry Funworld Leisure, Greenock (adult ticket is free with the purchase of a full-price child's ticket) Go Ape
The square toe iron from the late 17th or early 18th century is comparable to the two in the Royal Clubs of Troon, the oldest set of golf clubs in existence, currently on view at the British Golf Museum in St Andrews.
But everything is now, on the face of it, in order (apart from the omission altogether of the Wrekin GC, who claim their foundation date as 1905 and plan to celebrate accordingly) following an exhaustive investigation carried out by a lady called Fiona MacDonald on behalf of the R&A and the British Golf Museum.