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We’re thankful to all the brave men and women who serve this #MilitaryAppreciationMonth. Learn how the TPC Network supports our military men, women and their families throughout the year: birdiesforthebrave.org/ ... See MoreSee Less

We’re thankful to all the brave men and women who serve this #MilitaryAppreciationMonth. Learn how the TPC Network supports our military men, women and their families throughout the year: https://birdiesforthebrave.org/

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Congratulations to Brooks Koepka for his win at the PGA Championship! Who else is looking forward to watching him defend his title at TPC Harding Park next May?🏆🏆 That's two PGA Championship titles in seven starts for Brooks Koepka. ... See MoreSee Less

Congratulations to Brooks Koepka for his win at the PGA Championship! Who else is looking forward to watching him defend his title at TPC Harding Park next May?

 

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Until he gives the “I get no recognition” thing a rest cannot root for him. Great players don’t whine about perceived slights.

Just lucky DJ is a choke artist!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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The excitement continues to build at the PGA Championship this weekend. Only one more year until the action comes to TPC Harding Park! ⛳️🏆 ... See MoreSee Less

The excitement continues to build at the PGA Championship this weekend. Only one more year until the action comes to TPC Harding Park!  ⛳️🏆

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TPC Harding Park staff onsite at the 2019 PGA Championship.. Taking notes for 2020! ... See MoreSee Less

TPC Harding Park staff onsite at the 2019 PGA Championship.. Taking notes for 2020!

 

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How awesome for you Andy!!

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Beautiful Day 1 of the PGA Championship! What are your predictions for Day 2? ... See MoreSee Less

Beautiful Day 1 of the PGA Championship! What are your predictions for Day 2?

 

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That it won't be as fun to watch as any of the four rounds next year...

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Tournament History

Explore TPC Harding park's rich tournament history

TPC Harding Park Tournament History

Tournament Date & Winner
Harding Inaugural Tournament 1925 – Russ Conroy
Golden Gate Championship 1959 – Mason Randolph
Lucky International 1961 – Gary Player
Lucky International 1962 – Gene Littler
Lucky International 1963 – Jack Burke, Jr.
Lucky International 1964 – Juan Rodriguez
Lucky International 1965 – George Archer
Lucky International 1966 – Ken Venturi
Lucky International 1968 – Billy Casper
San Francisco Open 1944 – Byron Nelson
San Francisco Open 1945 – Byron Nelson
San Francisco Open 1969 – Steve Spray
Eureka Federal PGA Seniors 1981 – Don January
WGC – American Express Championship 2005 – Tiger Woods
The Presidents Cup 2009 – U.S. Team, Captain Fred Couples
The Charles Schwab Cup Championship 2010 – John Cook
The Charles Schwab Cup Championship 2011 – Jay Don Blake
The Charles Schwab Cup Championship 2012 – Tom Lehman
WGC-Cadillac Match Play 2015 – Rory McIlroy

Charles Schwab Cup Championship
The 2013 tournament marks the 24th Anniversary of the Charles Schwab Cup Championship, and as the event celebrates two decades, tournament officials are pleased, to return over $750,000 to local Bay Area non-profit organizations, which brings the cumulative giving total to more $3 million.  After a year away, TPC Harding Park will once again play host to the culminating event on PGA TOUR Champions.  Join us November 2013 to see the Top 30 players of the season compete in the final event of the year!  Both a winner of the tournament, as well as the year-long Charles Schwab Cup winner, will be crowned at TPC Harding Park on November 3.

San Francisco City Championship
The San Francisco City Golf Championship is an annual golf tournament hosted by the City of San Francisco. Inaugurated in 1917, the event is the country’s oldest municipal golf tournament. The field for the tournament is broken into three separate divisions: Men’s Championship, Men’s Senior, Women’s, and an Open Division.

The tournament is a multiple day event taking place at two historical San Francisco Municipal Golf Courses – TPC Harding Park and Lincoln Golf Course. The field is primarily comprised of Northern California’s finest amateur golfers; however, players of national and international heritage occasionally compete for the title simply known as “The City”. Golfers of all ages and abilities are encouraged to compete in this long running historical tournament.

Past champions include 1964 US Open Champion Ken Venturi, 1999 US Women’s Open Champion Julie Inkster, and 1969 Masters Champion George Archer. For more information on this year’s event and how to sign up, please visit www.sfgolfchampionship.com