SF’s 9-hole Golf Course Reopens at TPC Harding Park
Golfing is back in San Francisco at the Fleming 9 course at TPC Harding Park.
TPC Harding Park is pleased to announce the re-opening of the Fleming 9 course on Monday, November 16. Tee time reservations MUST be made in advance online at tpc.com/hardingpark. Tee times can be booked up to 7 days out and there is no advance booking fee. You must have a reserved tee time in order to play, we will not be accepting walk in requests for tee times.
The Fleming 9 is a nine-hole golf course in San Francisco named after former city golf caretaker Jack Fleming. This nine-hole golf course was added to the interior of the Harding Park Course in 1961. This challenging, par-30 golf course measures 2,165 yards from the member tees and 1,865 yards from the forward tees.
The Fleming 9 puts a premium on correct club selection and accuracy. The nine-hole golf course, which is surrounded by TPC Harding Park’s 18-hole championship course, features six par-3s and three par-4 holes. The longest hole is the opening hole, a 405-yard par-4.
The Fleming 9 golf course can be enjoyed by golfers of all abilities. San Francisco and Bay Area residents can play the Fleming 9 at a reduced rate.
Located in San Francisco, California, as a uniquely municipal golf course, TPC Harding Park offers two impressive courses that are open to the public – Harding Park and Fleming 9. The combined 18 hole Harding Park and Fleming 9 hole courses create not only a challenging experience for each golfer, but also a scenic one, while amidst lush vegetation, towering, unique Monterey Cypress trees, and tranquil Lake Merced.
TPC Harding Park has been honored as “#13 Municipal Golf Course in the United States,” as well as the “#24 Best Course to Play in California,” by Golfweek Magazine. Golf Digest Magazine has also named it as, “one of the Best Places to Play,” ranking it a 4.5 star golf course. Since its recent renovations in 2005, TPC Harding Park has been honored to host the WGC-American Express Championship in 2005, the President’s Cup in 2009, and the Champions Tour Charles Schwab Cup in both 2010 and 2011. Spanning over almost a full century, and enduring a Herculean journey, TPC Harding Park is proud to say the course has returned to its 1920s’ former glory.