Gleneagles Golf Course is a nine-hole facility located in McLaren Park in the southeastern part of San Francisco. Designed by Jack Fleming in 1962, this full-length, par 36 course is 3,195 yards long and widely considered a hidden jewel for its beautiful bay vistas and challenging layout.
This nine-hole course can be played as 18 holes from different tee locations and will test even the most astute golfer. The green complexes were recently replaced with the same bentgrass varietal as local championship venues such as TPC Harding Park and The Olympic Club. Tilted terrain, fast greens and tight fairways make for a golf challenge unlike any other in the area. Gleneagles also allows FootGolfers.