The work included construction of a new frog pond south of the Golf Course, pump house safety improvements, replacement of a culvert at the 12th hole, which collapsed during the course of the project, dredging of tulles in the Connecting Channel between Laguna Salada and Horse Stable Pond, and relocation of a paved cart path near the 15th tee and 14th green of the historic golf course. This work, completed by the Sharp Park greenskeeping crew, working together with private contractors.
New green on 6
Additionally, the Sharp Park greenskeepers in October-November, 2011, completed the rebuilding of Greens Nos. 4, 5, 6, and 7. The renovated greens will be ready for play by Spring, 2016.
Before and After - Concrete bulkhead, retaining wall and partially dredged Horse Stable Pond
This work will imrpove worker safety and enhance California Red Legged Frog breeding habitat
The remainder of the work – pictured in these photographs – is already in play by Sharp Park golfers.
Connecting Channel, on 12,dredged of tulles to improve frog habitat
Habitat recovery work still remains to be done at Sharp Park, along with renovation of the historic golf course itself. Plans for Phase Two work are currently undergoing environmental review in the San Francisco Planning Department. In coordination with San Francisco and San Mateo County. The non-profitSan Francisco Public golf Allianceand theAlister MacKenzie Foundation stand ready to support this effort.