Golf Courses

Lincoln Park Golf Course with the Golden Gate Bridge in the background

San Francisco is home to some the most beautiful and challenging public golf courses in the world. The San Francisco Recreation and Park Department owns 6 public golf courses; Harding Park, Lincoln Park, Sharp Park, Golden Gate Park, Fleming, and Gleneagles. Each course has its own distinct identity and experience. Golden Gate Park is perfect for the beginning golfer, Sharp Park and Lincoln boast spectacular views, Fleming and Glen Eagles are some of the most difficult nine hole courses you’ll find, and Harding Park is a world class championship level course that recently played host to the President’s Cup.

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Fleming Golf Course

Harding Park (18 hole) and Fleming (9 hole) Golf Courses are located at Skyline Blvd. and Harding Road in San Francisco. The course was designed by Willie Watson and opened in 1930. … Continue reading

GGP Golf Course

Established in 1951, this scenic and challenging nine-hole, par 3 course is 1,357 yards long. PGA professional coaching is available for both individuals and groups, and junior golf programs are offered during … Continue reading

Gleneagles Golf Course

Gleneagles Golf Course (9 hole) is located in McLaren Park at 2100 Sunnydale Avenue, between Brookdale and Persia Street in San Francisco (415-587-2425). This challenging par 36 course designed by John Fleming … Continue reading

Harding Golf Course

Harding Park (18 hole) and Fleming (9 hole) Golf Courses are located at Skyline Blvd. and Harding Road in San Francisco. The course was designed by Willie Watson and opened in 1930. … Continue reading

Lincoln Park Golf Course

Lincoln Park Golf Course is one of the most highly scenic urban golf courses in the world, overlooking the Golden Gate Bridge and surrounding the historic art museum at the Palace of … Continue reading

Sharp Park Golf Course

Sharp Park Golf Course is an historic seaside links, designed by the preeminent architect Alister MacKenzie, who also designed Augusta National (home of the Masters Tournament), Cypress Point, and many of the world’s most … Continue reading