Getting to and around The Presidents Cup

The world-class golf tournament begins today at Harding Park Golf Course in San Francisco. The event also means the 20,000 to 30,000 daily attendees will need to find transportation to and from the course.

Road closures (Today through Sunday, 6 a.m. to 7 p.m.)

  • Herbst Road at Skyline Boulevard
  • Skyline Boulevard between Great Highway and Lake Merced Boulevard
  • John Muir Drive (westbound only) from Lake Merced Boulevard to Skyline Boulevard

BART (Today through Saturday)*

  • Free shuttle for BART passengers at the Daly City BART station every 10 minutes, starting at 7:30 a.m. from John Daly Boulevard and De Long Street. 
  • Return shuttle picks up across from Harding Park at Sunset Circle
  • Last shuttle departs one hour after
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Parking

Lots with shuttles

  • Stonestown Galleria Mall advance paid parking: $90 for today through Sunday
  • Main Zoo Parking Lot: $15 per day for today through Friday
  • Disabled guests have a designated area off Skyline Boulevard

 

Park and walk

  • Lowell High School advance paid parking: $120 for today through Sunday
  • SFSU Lot 20, in main garage, advance paid parking: $20 per day Saturday and Sunday
  • * BART parking lot is for passengers only

Sources: SFMTA, BART, PGA Tour

To see The Examiner's complete coverage of the Presidents Cup go to http://www.sfexaminer.com/sports/presidentscup/

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