Harding Park has been the gem of all San Francisco golf courses since 1925. Tucked into the southwestern edge of the city and washed by sea breezes, it is surrounded by scenic Lake Merced, which lovingly bends an arm around it. Its challenging yet accessible course is lined with majestic cypress trees. In 2002, the PGA got hold of it and launched major renovations. A year later, the course reopened to relieved acclaim. Harding has it all: awesome views, a spectacular course, a stunning new clubhouse, and the beloved Fleming Nine nestled in the middle of the 18-hole main course.