Opened for play in 1962, Gleneagles is the City’s youngest course.  The course was designed by Jack Fleming, who also served on Dr. Alister Mackenzie’s team that created Cypress Point. Gleneagles is located in southeast San Francisco in a corner of McLaren Park (which is named for John McLaren, the man who created Golden Gate Park).

The course is home to an eclectic mix of players who love the grit and grind of the hilly nine-hole layout.  Aptly dubbed “the toughest nine holes in America,” Gleneagles will test anyone’s game.  The course plays to par of 36, twisting and turning over 2,930 yards.  The sixth hole, a five par that doglegs for over 575 yards, is easily one of the hardest long holes in Northern California.  The course has an alternate set of tee markers, so players can play two loops and have a spirited 18-hole round on a challenging course that features a combined yardage of 5,860. 

The Gleneagles experience does not end with the last putt, for the clubhouse and its quaint pub provide their own special brand of energy.