TPC Harding Park

99 Harding Road at Skyline Blvd.
San Francisco, CA 94132 • (415) 661-1865




LOCAL WEATHER
San Francisco, CA (94132)
60°F
Partly Cloudy
[Full Forecast]
Humidity: 69%
Wind: S at 6mph

Sunset: 7:23 pm
green Sunrise: 7:05 am

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ALERT: Aeration
Will be aerating the greens 4/3 - 4/5.
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1. Big_O
Posted: 08/22/16 11:50p
Member Since: Jul 15, 2016
From: Pleasanton
Played Harding Park this weekend. Mark Twain said the coldest winter he spent was summer in San Francisco. With all the heat we've been getting in the East Bay, it was refreshing to play on a typicall... Continue »
13 Likes.
Not Rated
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2. Gullette
Posted: 11/03/15 10:12p
Member Since: Apr 18, 2013
From: San Francisco
Three blocks from my house. I played it twice a month prior to becoming TPC. For a visitor, this course is so overpriced its embarrasing. The course is a flat uninteresting layout. The traps are s... Continue »
16 Likes.
Rated
4.4 Conditions
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jverby
Member Since: Sep 14, 2007
Hole #5 is a short to medium length par 4. No driver needed for tee shot, try a fairway metal or hybrid instead to find the tight tree lined fairway. Only hole on the course with no sand whatsoever, defense is limited to narrow fairway, trees, and undulating kidney shaped green. Beware of the false front and fall away in right middle of green. try to miss left as a shortsided approach to the right with the pin placed in front can be cause for a bogey. Hit your 8 iron - PW close and drain the birdie putt...you will need it to compensate for your likely score coming for hole #6
Hole
5
jverby
Member Since: Sep 14, 2007
Challenging par 5 especially from the back tees. This severe dogleg left hole should be played as a three shotter. Fairway wood off the tee is fine for placement. Air for the large tree in the distance that is slightly left center in your vision from the teebox. Second shot keep to right side of fairway for best approach. Hitting too far left could leave you with no angle or having to contend with overhanging limbs. Approach should miss long to avoid huge greenside traps. Par is a good score here although with three consistent shots a birdie can be had.
Hole
4

Playing Conditions
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Not Rated
  • Course Statistics
  • 1940 of 2,089 Overall Rank
  • - Not Rated - Value
  • - Not Rated - Layout
  • - Not Rated - Service

Architect-Year & Grass-Type
Willie Watson/Sandy Tatum - 1925/1930
Greens - Bent/Poa Annua : Fairways - Rye/Blue

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PRACTICE FACILITIES
- Driving Range: YES/Mats
- Sand and Chipping Area: NO
- Putting Green: YES