Harding Park Golf Course -Fleming, is a Public, 9 hole golf course located in San Francisco, California
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.
$31 (cart not included), played on Wednesday, October 2011 at noon
Badly planned tournaments led to delay after delay. After 5 and half hours we got to #14 and found 3 groups ahead of us on the tee, so we called it a day. They did provide a cash rebate on the green fees we had paid. Fairways and greens were in great shape; rough presented a more than normal challenge. I think it's being let grow for the Charles Schwab cup, and it was pretty wet. I understand the need for the tournaments that generate revenue, but much better management is needed.