TPC Harding Park Golf Course – An Overview

TPC Harding Park Golf Course
TPC Harding Park Golf Course

Total Holes: 18 holes
Par: 72; Length: 7,169 yards
Course Rating: 74.3
Type: Public
Location: San Francisco, California
Established: 1925
Designed: Sam Whiting, Willie Watson
Owned: San Francisco Recreation & Parks Department
Operated: PGA Tour Golf Course Properties

Where is TPC Harding Park Golf Course?

The TPC Harding Park is a municipal & public golf course that is established in 1925 and it is located in western San Francisco, California, West Coast of the United States.

TPC Harding Park Golf Course Overview

In 1925 the TPC Harding Park is established in San Francisco, California. It has 18 holes, 72 par, 7,169 yards long length and it is a public type golf course in California. This TPC Harding Park is designed by Sam Whiting, Willie Watson that is owned by San Francisco Recreation & Parks Department. Right now it is operating by the PGA Tour Golf Course Properties.

The interesting part is in every year of PGA Tour’s Tournament Players Club has been held in this Golf Course from November 2010. The PGA Championship committee is selected for the 2020 PGA Championship that will be scheduled from May 14–17, 2020.

Tournaments hosted1. WGC-American Express
2. Championship (2005)
3. Presidents Cup (2009)
4. Charles Schwab Cup Championship
(2010, 2011, 2013)
5. PGA Championship (2020)
6. Presidents Cup (2025)

The beautiful and attractive golf course has two major features which are Parking & Restrooms facilities for its players and viewers. There are other golf courses in California but this is underestimated in the long run. Hence, the authority wants to promote this by giving the best facilities.

The PGA Championship tournament will be great for its players and supporters. If you have any further queries regarding this golf course or PGA tour event, then write your opinion on the comment box.

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