​​Lincoln Park Golf Course

Iconic golf course serving San Francisco since 1902

Lincoln Park Golf Course History

The oldest public golf course on the west coast, Lincoln Park Golf Course, located in the northwestern corner of the San Francisco Peninsula, was dedicated to President Abraham Lincoln in 1909. In 1902, a three-hole course was built by local golf lovers. By 1914, the golf course expanded to 14 holes and then to a full 18 holes in 1917. As a public golf course, Lincoln Park is accessible to all, whether you are a city dweller or a tourist who loves golf. This iconic course will take your breath away with magnificent views of the Golden Gate Bridge, Pacific Ocean, SF Cityscape, Legion of Honor Museum, and more. 

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