- Explore Our Parks
- Golf Courses
The San Francisco Recreation and Park Department proudly maintains a sterling array of six public golf courses – steeped in history and breathtaking scenery. Each course exudes a unique identity. Golden Gate Park is perfect for the beginning golfer, Sharp Park and Lincoln Park boast panoramic views, and Gleneagles is considered one of the most challenging nine holes of golf in America.
TPC Harding Park, situated within beautiful Lake Merced, is a championship caliber venue. In 2020, TPC Harding Park hosted the PGA Championship, elevating the course as just the fifth municipal course ever to host a Major Championship in the 120-year history of American championship golf.
With a course for every player, from beginner to advanced, there’s every reason to get out and play!
SF Recreation and Parks recently purchased two Paragolfer stand-up golf chairs for use at our courses.
Follow this link and click on the Facility Accessibility tab for more details!
Designed by Jack Fleming in 1962, Gleneagles is a nine-hole facility located in McLaren Park in the southeastern part of San Francisco
Come explore the Golden Gate Park Golf Course, a favorite among beginners and experienced golfers alike
Lincoln Park Golf Course is one of the most scenic urban golf courses in the world, overlooking the Golden Gate Bridge
Sharp Park Golf Course in Pacifica, Calif. is an historic seaside links, designed by the preeminent architect Alister MacKenzie
Built in 1961, TPC Fleming Golf Course is a nine-hole golf course located in the interior of TPC Harding Park
Constructed in 1925 by architects Willie Watson and Sam Whiting, TPC Harding Park is one of the country’s premiere municipal venues