2020 PGA Championship Volunteer Public Registration will open on a first-come first-serve basis in early May. With the PGA Championship’s move to May, and an unprecedented fan base in proximity to Harding Park, the PGA of America has implemented PGA Registry for its first major in San Francisco. To have the very best opportunity to become an Official Volunteer, the PGA of America is encouraging all interested parties to sign up for Priority Volunteer Registration by filling out the Interest Form today: attend.thepga.com/2020/volunteers/ ... See MoreSee Less
Gosh, Tom Smith, I wish I lived close enough to volunteer.
Hey Harding!~ How's business?? Is everyone flocking there to get their clubs ripped and pay your way to high green fees?? I played Peacock Gap yesterday and it was packed! They offer affordable green fees and have better facilities than you, fyi...so take your TPC millionaire bullshit and shove it!
Oh, how much do I have to pay the PGA to do their dirty work again?? Is it 90, or a 100 bucks? Then I can stand somewhere all day long, acting like a wanna be big shot idiot.
The Cherry Tree on #16 is starting to blossom! This is one of three original Cherry Trees on property - all serving as 150 yard markers. Do you know where the other two are located? 🌸 ... See MoreSee Less
We’re celebrating the 50th Anniversary of George Archer’s Masters victory this week! In addition to his prolific career on the PGA TOUR, George Archer was a great advocate for golf in the Bay Area. He honed his game here and at other city courses, participated in the SF City Championship, and even won the Lucky International Open here at TPC Harding Park in 1965 ⛳️🏆 ... See MoreSee Less