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Welcome to the Presidio Golf & Concordia Club where we enjoy outstanding golf, dining, fitness and social activities set in the stunning Presidio backdrop. Our members are an active group from around the city and around the world.  Our historic clubhouse has received a state of the art renovation from top to bottom and we couldn’t be more pleased with our “home away from home”. We welcome you to join our tradition.

The Presidio Golf & Concordia Club is a private membership club in the city of San Francisco, directly adjacent to the Presidio in the Golden Gate National Recreation Area. It is located just 10 minutes from downtown San Francisco. On behalf of your sponsoring Member or private event host, we are delighted to have you as a guest of the club and we hope the information below will make your visit more enjoyable during your stay.

Guest Attending Private Events

Guests attending a private function at the Club are expected to adhere to the dress code and rules of the Club. Please note that for certain private events the cash bar may be open at the Club, please confirm with your host. Credit cards are not accepted. 

Club Guest Policy

Guests may utilize the Club facilities when accompanied by a Member in good standing. All guest charges will be billed to Member account. A guest may play golf a maximum of 6 times per year and dine as a guest a maximum of 12 times per year. See house rules for further details. 

Cell Phone Policy

The Club is a respite from outside demands and the use of technology is restricted. Cell phones are to be on silent and out of sight while in the Club. Should Members or their guests need to use a cell phone for a brief call it is to be done out of sight and sound of other Members. The lobby is not intended for cell phone use.

Dress Code

The basic rules of good taste will govern at all times with regard to proper attire for members and their guests. In order to maintain the Club’s ambiance, members and their guests are to follow these guidelines.
  1. Business & relaxed casual attire is permitted at all times and is considered to include collared shirts, sweaters, turtlenecks, dress slacks, khakis, corduroy trousers, skirts and dresses. Fashionable jeans in good repair are permitted as well as knee-length shorts and athletic shoes.
  2. Attire: Hats and work out clothes are prohibited on the main floor of the clubhouse.
  3. The following attire is not acceptable: short shorts, t-shirts, tank tops, tight fitting lycra or spandex garments, ripped, frayed or soiled clothing or footwear.


FROM THE BAY BRIDGE: Take Bay Bridge/Hwy 80 to San Francisco.  Exit at Fremont Street, veer left and cross Market Street (Fremont becomes Front Street).  Make first LEFT onto Pine Street and travel approximately 30 blocks.  Turn RIGHT on Presidio Blvd.  Make first LEFT on California Street, then go 7 blocks. Make RIGHT on Arguello Blvd.  Travel uphill through historic Presidio Gates and immediately turn LEFT (West Pacific Avenue) at the stone pillars.  Clubhouse is located on the left hand side of the street directly across from the golf course.  Enter door under green awning.
FROM GOLDEN GATE BRIDGE: Take Golden Gate Bridge to San Francisco. Exit at 19th Avenue (also known as Park Presidio). Make a RIGHT onto California Street (since a left is not permitted) and then another immediate RIGHT. Make a RIGHT onto Lake Street and travel east (about 13 blocks to dead-end) to Arguello Blvd. Make a LEFT onto Arguello Blvd. Travel uphill through historic Presidio Gates and immediately turn LEFT (West Pacific Avenue) at the stone pillars.  Clubhouse is located on the left hand side of the street directly across from the golf course. Enter door under green awning.
WITHIN SAN FRANCISCO: Although mailing address is 8 Presidio Terrace, you cannot access the Club from Presidio Terrace. Club access is on West Pacific Avenue inside the Arguello gates.
Heading west on California or Geary Streets, make a RIGHT turn onto Arguello Blvd.
Heading east on California or Geary Streets, make a LEFT turn onto Arguello Blvd.
Drive straight up Arguello to the top. (You will pass Presidio Terrace on your left BUT DO NOT TURN INTO PRESIDIO TERRACE. The last street you will pass is Jackson St. on your right.) At the top of the hill, you will see two stone pillars which are the Arguello gates marking the entrance to the Presidio. Go through the stone pillars and make an immediate LEFT onto West Pacific Avenue.
Drive another 250/300 yards and you will see a Tudor Clubhouse with a green awning on your left. This is the Presidio Golf & Concordia Club. Enter the door under the green awning. There is an elevator for Handicapped use. There is ample parking both in front of the Club and ahead down the hill.


There is limited complimentary parking available at the Club, however ride sharing is highly recommended. Members and their guests are responsible for adhering to parking rules as set by the Presidio Trust.. A number of spaces are dedicated for member cars identified with Club parking permit. Guest may use these spots with a day use permit available in the front office. Other guest parking is available near the Clubhouse is spaces marked to 2 hours or Z- Permit which allows 3 hour parking without a permit. ‘Z’ permits for parking longer than 3 hours are available in the front office or golf shop for Members and their guests. The club is not responsible for any parking citations issues by the U.S. Park police.


During private non-member functions the Club will accept cash and credit cards. All member transactions are posted to their in-house account.


During the days of the Barbary Coast, San Francisco had a well-earned reputation for being a rough and tumble city. In an effort to be insulated from the unruliness and enjoy a certain level of societal decorum, many citizens of the city banded together to form private clubs. By the 1890’s more than 200 social clubs and benevolent societies had been established in our city.

In 1864, Levi Strauss and some of his young German American Jewish friends formed the Concordia Society which later moved into a newly constructed, Victorian style clubhouse on Van Ness Avenue in 1891. That structure was destroyed in the 1906 earthquake, and a beautiful new Beaux-Arts style building was completed three years later  complete with library, bar, pool and, later, regulation-size basketball court. Years later, in 1939 they had one more transition and merged with another club and became known as the Concordia-Argonaut Club.

In 1895, a group of civilians passionate about the newly popular game of golf were granted permission by the US Army to build a golf course on Fort Winfield Scott in the Presidio. The members built a Tudor style Clubhouse on land directly adjacent to the base which was later purchased by the newly formed Presidio Golf Club in 1905.

Over the years, both Clubs enjoyed storied histories with traditions of sportsmanship, fine dining and comradery. The Concordia Club was well known for its fine dining, athletic endeavors and support of the Jewish community in San Francisco. In 1939 they merged with another club and became known as the Concordia-Argonaut Club. The Presidio Golf Club enjoyed fine competition with top golfers throughout the bay area and was home to Lawson Little, winner of both the British and American amateur championships and famed baseball player Joe DiMaggio.

In 2015, the Concordia Club received an outstanding offer for the purchase of their clubhouse and decided to look for a new home. After scouting locations, a decision was made to merge with the Presidio Golf Club and renovate the clubhouse.
In 2016, The Presidio Golf & Concordia Club opened its doors to members of the newly merged Concordia- Argonaut and Presidio Golf Club. The members look forward to enjoying a state of the art fitness center, all new men’s and women’s locker rooms complete with steam, sauna and Jacuzzi facilities, refreshed main areas and the completion of a library of the upper floor of the building which are to be completed in the fall of 2017.

The Presidio Golf and Concordia Club is indeed a blending of 2 venerable San Francisco clubs, both rich in history and tradition. The merger is a wonderful opportunity for new generations of San Franciscan’s to be part of a legacy in the City by the Bay.

For more information about the Presidio including photographs, videos and commentary, click here. Editors note: some images included are of Lincoln Park.  



Presidio Golf and Concordia Club

8 Presidio Terrace, 
San Francisco, CA 94118

(415) 221-8833

[email protected]