Site of 2020 PGA Championship, TPC Harding Park, Opens for Play
TPC Harding Park, the site of the 2020 PGA Championship, is set to re-open for play on Monday, May 4.
“We’re pleased to announce that we will be open to the public for golf beginning on Monday, May 4th. Tee times can be made on our website,” writes TPC n a Tweet.
The PGA Championship was originally scheduled to be held from May 14-17, but has since been moved to August 6.
However, due to the coronavirus crisis, here is no guarantee the tournament will be played, or that the PGA Tour will even return this season.
“If the safest and/or the only way to [hold the PGA] is to do it without fans, we’re fully prepared to do that. We believe that having it as a television event is worth doing regardless of whether there’s fans there or not,” said PGA of America CEO Seth Waugh last month.
As GolfNewsRI has reported, the PGA Tour is scheduled to resume in June at the Charles Schwab Challenge in Texas.
About TPC Harding Park
TPC writes on their website:
Located in San Francisco, California as a uniquely municipal golf course, TPC Harding Park offers two impressive courses open to the public: the Harding Park golf course and the Fleming 9. Both golf courses create a challenging and scenic experience for each golfer with towering Monterey Cypress trees and a tranquil Lake Merced.
TPC Harding Park offers a tiered greens fee rate structure for San Francisco and Bay Area residents, county residents and non-residents.
TPC Harding Park is located less than one mile from the Pacific Ocean, near scenic Skyline Boulevard and the renowned San Francisco Zoo. Harding Park prides itself in being a high-profile yet truly public course, inviting golfers from all over the world.