Thank You For Your Interest In Half Moon Bay Golf LinksOur website will give you a preview of our two spectacular championship golf courses and restaurant. We welcome both novice and accomplished golfers, and can promise a memorable experience playing along bluffs of the Pacific Ocean.Our golf courses are available 7 days a week, 365 days a year. The Old Course is a traditional parkland layout, designed by Arnold Palmer; impeccably maintained, it features one of the top 100 holes in golf; a challenging finishing hole playing along the bluffs of the Pacific Ocean.The Ocean Course, a Scottish links-style layout, offers views of the ocean from virtually every hole. Strategically placed bunkers, undulating greens, three of the best finishing holes in golf, and the sound of waves crashing beneath you make this a golf experience to remember* Green Fees: Monday - Thursday $140+ *Fri - Sun & Holidays: $170+ (Includes Cart)* Bookings 45 Days In Advance, Discounts For Sp ace Available 14 Days Out* Callaway Rental Clubs and Footjoy Shoes Are Available To Rent* For Casual Fireside Dining, Mullins Bar & Grill Serves Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
One Of The Best Ways To Spend An Afternoon On The San Francisco CoastSet against dramatic cliffs overlooking the Pacific Ocean, Half Moon Bay Golf Links Features 36 holes of championship golf. For over 30 years, avid golfers have been returning to this incomparable setting, enjoying the variety of play offered by our two award winning courses, Ocean and Old.Only 45 minutes from San Francisco or Silicon Valley. Half Moon Bay Golf Links offers friendly service, a relaxed environment to enjoy lunch or a cocktail, with inspiring views and great golf.Half Moon Bay has been home to Costanoan Indians, Spanish Explorers and Canadian rumrunners. Modern-day Half Moon Bay is known for fields of pumpkins and artichokes, but it keeps the spirit alive with the legendary Mavericks and the idyllic natural beauty that makes explorers want to stay.Half Moon Bay Golf Links Was Recently Given Four Stars By Golf Digest As A San Francisco Treat.No. 1 In The WestBusiness Week/Gol f DigestThe Old Course features an abundance of dog-legs and country club lushness ending with a dramatic 18th; a cliff-hanging 413-yard par 4 playing south along the Pacific.Half Moon Bay DelightGolf Digestan ocean view from every tee box, interesting bunkering that rewards gambles, and generous, sensible putting surfaces... at least two other coastline courses are still a possibility in California, but neither is likely to match the grandeur of Half Moon Bay.