TPC Harding Park

99 Harding Rd , San Francisco, CA


  • Beer/Wine
  • Spirits
  • Driving Range
  • Locker Room
  • Instruction
  • Pro Shop
  • Full Kitchen


Total Yardage7169
Course StyleParkland
Course TypeRegulation


TPC Harding Park, named after avid golfer and President Warren Harding, opened in 1925 and is almost as rich in tradition as the Monterey Cypress trees that line it. Masterfully designed by architect Willie Watson of Olympic Club fame, the 163-acre course takes marvelous advantage of the existing San Francisco topography, contours and vegetation, including the adjoining Lake Merced. A frequent PGA TOUR stop in the 1960s, TPC Harding Park is once again attracting big name events, having hosted the 2005 World Golf Championship, 2009 Presidents Cup, and the 2015 WGC Match Play where the golfing world saw Rory McIlory emerge as the victor. With that kind of esteemed history behind it, Harding Park isn't content. Looking ahead, it is scheduled to host its first major, the PGA Championship, in 2020 and the Presidents Cup will return in 2025. Harding's 18 holes are also complemented by the "Fleming 9,"" a quick in-City golf getaway. With a 4.5 Star rating from Golf Digest's ""Best Places to Play,"" TPC Harding Park offers an unparalleled golfing adventure on a historic course that matches perfectly with the City it calls home. " Learn more

Year Founded1925
ArchitectWillie Watson / Sam Whiting / (R) Chris Gray

Individual Tee Stats

Tee NameParYardageCourse RatingSlope RatingDifficulty ? A course’s difficulty rating represents how many strokes over par a bogey golfer can expect to shoot, under normal course and weather conditions.