Lincoln Park Golf Course

34th Avenue and Clement Street
San Francisco, CA 94121
Pricing: $25 - $50
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Lincoln Park is an historic golf course designed by Tom Bendelow in the 1920's on a cramped piece of land high on a headland above the Golden Gate Bridge where the Pacific Ocean flows into San Francisco Bay.

It has great views of San Francisco and the Golden Gate Bridge if it's not in the fog, which would be unusual. Hilly with huge cypress and pine tree lined fairways overlooking the Bridge on occasion. It's definitely quirky, tight tree lined fairways, odd holes, small and crowned greens, iffy conditions, but despite all of that, it's a real treat to play here, with glimpses of the Bay, the Pacific, and the Golden Gate throughout. The clubhouse is like something out of the 1940's, and the service more or less the same!

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Posted by: RZA2

Oct 20th, 2010

Lincoln Park Golf Course is one of the most uneven golf courses I've ever seen. The greens are generally in terrible shape, and the holes range from super-easy to retarded-difficult. This is the only course where I've driven the green on a par four, and come up short on a par three (with a good shot that just died in the head wind) on the same day. Here's the good, the bad, and the ugly: Good: Spectacular views on the back nine, especially 17. For the $$$, it's beyond reasonable. It's in the city, so no schlepping required to the east bay or peninsula. Bad: Course is not maintained well. Poor clubhouse. Sometimes the tee times are not staggered enough, resulting in maddening waits. The Ugly: This golf course can be dangerous with all of the MacDuffs out there. I've almost been brained twice from errant shots where nobody said "FORE!"

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Posted by: JeremyN

Jun 8th, 2010

Lincoln Park's a trip to play.I have played there with a friend a while back (although it's been a while now), and it's a great value for a course in the city. It's a gorgeous location, especially if you can avoid the fog! The course itself is nothing to write home about... just a nice, short, course. I think it's a par 68 or something like that. But it is gorgeous... plenty of views on multiple holes, lots of trees, and they maintain it in decent shape, too. Make sure to bring your camera, because you won't beat the views!

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