This past week, if you've kept up with us on social media, you've noticed that we have been on a road trip to the Bay Area in Northern California. We had the chance to play many great muni's while there and along the way but one stands out above all the rest, Lincoln Park Golf Course. I previously wrote a blog post that pinned my bucket list muni golf courses and Lincoln Park Golf Course was at the top of my list. So as you can imagine, I was very excited for the chance to finally cross it off. We lucked out and got a beautiful day to play and the course relatively to ourselves, which the pro told us was very rare. Let me tell you, I think you would be hard pressed to find a better value green fee on the planet. $39.00 for 18 Holes and incredible views of the Bay and Golden Gate Bridge, if it gets any better somewhere else, let me know so I can add it to my list. The layout of the golf course was incredible and challenging. The condition was a little wet, but it's early spring time and I'm not complaining. The Clubhouse is old with a classic look and is filled with vintage pictures of the course. Also, there were a few retro Ashworth posters from photoshoots they did at Lincoln Park that included the likes of Freddy "Boom Boom" Couples and Ernie "The Big Easy" Els. Lincoln Park's staff was incredibly friendly to us and made us feel right at home. It was an incredible experience for us and the highlight of our trip. Not to mention, I swept the front, back, and totals with both Fatpro and Chippy, so my round paid for itself!
The Lincoln Park Golf Course Clubhouse
Hole #1 (Left to Right, Chippy Levitch, Maxton Reinland, Marcus "Fatpro" Kilthau)
Maxton Reinland striping a drive on Hole #5
Lost somewhere in Golf Heaven
Hole #5 Green with the Golden Gate Bridge in the background
Maxton Reinland & Marcus "Fatpro" Kilthau
The Legion of Honor next to Hole #6 Tee
Views of "The City" on Hole #7
Just a Muni Kid & his Jones Bag
Marcus "Fatpro" Kilthau looking for an eagle putt on Hole #13
View from the iconic Hole #17 Tee
Chippy Levitch hitting his 7th shot into Hole #18
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