Golfer's Guide to San Francisco
Golf in Bay Area
San Francisco is home to many cultural places, including great golf destinations! There are numerous courses to choose from with rates as low as $10 a round! Some of these popular courses include Half Moon Bay, Poppy Ridge, and Spring Valley. Be sure to book your next round in San Francisco!
Golf Course Reviews
reviewed by david.glotzer on 8/7/2012
Blue Rock Springs is a challenging, generally well-kept golf course with many hills and vistas. As a city of Vallejo track, the facilities are average... more
reviewed by ibesleepin on 8/18/2013
I like this course. Overall better than most muni's. A poor man's HMB Ocean short synopsys...a bit pricey for full price weekend or else I woul... more
reviewed by jac4md on 9/3/2013
This is a fun, and well maintained course for beginners, or anyone who just wants to practice. It's not overly difficult, but has some good dog-legs.... more
reviewed by rec4chp on 12/5/2012
I played Poppy Ridge on December 3rd, a day after we experienced record rainfall in the San Francisco Bay Area. I figured the course would be in bett... more
Tournaments & Events
NDV Annual Scramble Golf Tournament
When are you happiest on the golf course?
Everyday DealsPoppy Ridge Golf Course
Sunday 2:30 PM1 - 2 players $62.00 Poppy Ridge Golf Course
Sunday 2:40 PM1 - 4 players $62.00 Poppy Ridge Golf Course
Sunday 2:50 PM1 - 2 players $62.00 Poppy Ridge Golf Course
Sunday 3:00 PM1 - 4 players $62.00 Poppy Ridge Golf Course
Sunday 3:10 PM1 - 4 players $62.00 Poppy Ridge Golf Course
Monday 2:00 PM1 - 2 players $46.00
Blue Rock Springs Golf Course East
Monarch Bay Golf Club - Lema Course
Franklin Canyon Golf Course
The Bridges Golf Club
Tilden Park Golf Course
Ask the Rules Official
"is an ant hill covered under the definition of a borrowing animal for abnormal ground conditions under rule 25-1?"
"No, an ant hill is defined as a loose impediment under Rule 23."