Sharp Park Golf Course

View of Sharp Park and the Ocean from a nearby hill

Having trouble finding your Resident Golf Card online login information? If so, you may call the Sharp Park Golf Shop at (650) 359-3380 , and the golf shop staff can assign a new username and password.  Alternatively, you may send inquires to residentgolfcard@sfgov.org  

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 esteemed courses.  Sharp Park is one of MacKenzie’s rare public links.

Opened in 1932, with a still-standing Spanish hacienda clubhouse designed by Willis Polk’s office, the course is located 10 miles south of San Francisco in Pacifica, at the intersection of Sharp Park Road and the Coast Highway. Often called “The Poor Man’s Pebble Beach,” the par 72 course is 6,300 yards long and offers fabulous views of the Pacific Ocean and surrounding headlands and mountains.  In 2014, Golfweek Magazine named Sharp Park (along with Harding Park) as among America’s 50 Greatest Municipal Courses. This is a walkable seaside and inland course, with several holes that wrap around Laguna Salada, a natural lake.

Tee time reservations can be obtained above, or by calling the Pro Shop at (650) 359-3380.

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