Lincoln Park Golf Course in San Francisco is an 18 hole course with 5,146 yards of golf measured from the longest tees, giving players a par of 69. The course is on a beautiful location, with views of both the Pacific Ocean and the Golden gate Bridge. Lincoln Park Golf Course was dedicated to President Abraham Lincoln, and so bears his name. The course is normally rated around a 66.0, and the rating for the slope of the course is 109.
Lincoln Park Golf Course is situated on land that was once a cemetery called Potter’s Field. In 1902, with the permission of the steward of public parks in San Francisco, Jack Neville and Vincent Whitney constructed a few holes for playing golf. These proved to be very popular with the golf playing public, and are now the first, twelfth, and thirteenth holes. By 1909, the public demanded a larger area in which to golf. Nine holes, then ten, and finally eighteen holes in 1917 were completed. Today, the Lincoln Park Golf Course is a friendly place to play golf, and you will definitely enjoy your time.
Address: 300 34th Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94121, United States
Phone: +1 415-221-9911
Open hours: 7:00 am - 7:00 pm