Public golf has always been a mainstay in San Francisco, providing city dwellers the chance to walk the same historic courses that have produced some of the game’s greatest champions.
The Swinging Skirts LPGA Classic returned to Lake Merced GC, and once again Lydia Ko was atop the leaderboard. Here’s a photo gallery of action both on and off the course.
Rory McIlroy, Henrik Stenson and Bubba Watson all confirmed their appearance for the upcoming WGC Cadillac-Match Play at TPC Harding Park. McIlroy is looking to secure a potential career grand slam at The Masters next week
A four-year old lawsuit brought by environmentalist groups to close Sharp Park has ended. A 3-judge panel of the Ninth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals dismissed the appeal in Wild Equity vs. City and County of San Francisco.
Still just a teenager, Lydia Ko will return to Lake Merced GC in April to defend her title at the Swinging Skirts LPGA Classic. Since her win last year, Ko’s accomplishments include being the youngest ever player to earn the world No.1 ranking.
This year’s WGC-Cadillac Match Play event at TPC Harding Park is shaping up to be a fountain of youth. As of this week, 21 players under the age of 30 would qualify based on the world rankings. Tiger Woods, on the other hand, is headed the opposite direction.
Opening today in San Francisco’s Mission District is Urban Putt, a creatively crafted 14-hole miniature golf course, complete with a restaurant and two bars.
This year’s annual Alister MacKenzie Save Sharp Park tournament will tee off May 31.
The Sharp Park project has cleared yet another hurdle. But it appears that there is more on the way.
The renovation of the greens at Harding Park in San Francisco is complete. Will the Schwab Cup Championship or more arrive in 2015?