Fleming 9 Course at TPC Harding Park
Fleming 9 is temporarily closed in order to prepare for the 2020 PGA Championship. Reopening is to be determined but expected in late fall.
The Fleming 9 is a nine-hole golf course in San Francisco named after former city golf caretaker Jack Fleming. This nine-hole golf course was added to the interior of the Harding Park Course in 1961. This challenging, par-30 golf course measures 2,165 yards from the member tees and 1,865 yards from the forward tees.
The Fleming 9 puts a premium on correct club selection and accuracy. The nine-hole golf course, which is surrounded by TPC Harding Park’s 18-hole championship course, features six par-3s and three par-4 holes. The longest hole is the opening hole, a 405-yard par-4.
The Fleming 9 golf course can be enjoyed by golfers of all abilities. San Francisco and Bay Area residents can play the Fleming 9 at a reduced rate.
TPC Harding Park’s Fleming 9 course is also home to The First Tee of San Francisco. The First Tee provides educational programs that build character, instill life-enhancing values and promote healthy choices through the game of golf.