Ratings from our panel of 1,900 course-ranking panelists
100 GREATEST/BEST IN STATE SCORES
1 / 6
“Challenging, tree-lined parkland course. Undergoing major renovation in 2022 by Gil Hanse."
2 / 6
“Classic course, easy to get around, great views!"
3 / 6
“Some really good golf holes here in a beautiful setting. However, there are also some terrible golf holes such as #4. The course is also maintained and presented in an overly narrow fashion, particularly on the first and second holes. The club doesn't have near the ambiance or enjoyment factor as the other San Francisco golf clubs. Nowhere in the same league as Olympic, SFGC, Cal Club, or even Harding Park."
4 / 6
“Fun course in a beautiful area, but also in the shadow of Olympic and SF Golf Club. The topography and trees make the course feel iconic even though the layout isn't as varied as its more memorable neighbors."
5 / 6
“Original course designed in 1923 by Locke, redesigned by Dr. Alister MacKenzie. MacKenzie was a master of bunkering and green placements. This jewel of a course is in the neighborhood of Olympic Club, Harding Park, San Francisco Club; rolling hills, tall Cypresses, steady coastal breezes."
6 / 6
“There was a great emphasis on accuracy, with many fairways narrowing to 25 yards in width in the landing areas (1, 6, 9, for example). The course was not overly long with the exception of the challenging par-four 4th, but distance was rewarded here. Finesse was required, particularly due to the abundance of bunkers within a few feet of the fringe on several holes (10, 111, 12). There were not a ton of very risky shots or decision-making required, particularly due to the narrow fairways."