With a solid history of hosting the PGA Tour in the 1960’s, the newly renovated TPC Harding Park once again began hosting professional golf at the highest level. It should be noted that a revised layout was used for a number of reasons, including the desire to show and play the dramatic 18th hole in match play, where many matches end before that time.
Some of the tournaments hosted include the following, all held since the course’s major renovation in 2002-2003. All were well attended and watched by a worldwide TV audience.
RECENT PROFESSIONAL TOURNAMENTS
- WGC -American Express Championship (2005)
- President’s Cup (2009)
- PGA Champions Tour Charles Schwab Cup (2010, 2011, 2013)
- WGC-Cadillac Match Play (2015)
UPCOMING PROFESSIONAL TOURNAMENTS
- PGA Championship (2020) TPC Harding Park will be only the second municipally owned golf course to host the PGA Championship. The only other time the PGA has been contested at a municipal facility — in the almost 100 year history of the event — was in 1974 when the championship was played at Tanglewood Golf Club in North Carolina.
- President’s Cup (2025) It’s never too early to make plans to watch the USA take on the rest of the world.
Harding Park hosts the final matches of the San Francisco City Championship, the oldest continually-played city championship in the United States. The “City” — as it’s referred to by locals — brings out competitors from all walks of life, often fighting San Francisco rain and fog with no preferred lies or delays. Learn more about the San Francisco City Championship here.