Guest Information

  • Cell Phone Policy & Dress Code
    • Lake Merced Golf Club Customs & Traditions

      In order to enjoy your visit please observe the following Club policies:


      Cell Phone and Media Devices

      Cell phones are strictly prohibited on the golf course, practice areas, and inside the clubhouse. Cell phones may be used discretely in the breezeways outside of the clubhouse and in the parking lot only.


      General Attire

      Lake Merced Golf Club wishes to provide its members and their guests a tasteful experience in keeping with the traditions of golf and the Club’s history. In this spirit of respect, we request your discretion, good judgment, and cooperation by wearing appropriate “club attire” when visiting our Club.

      In general, all clothing worn anywhere on Club property must be clean, in good repair, and free of objectionable or inappropriate markings. Hats, when worn, should be worn in the proper (bill-forward) manner.

      Shoes with cleats of any kind are not permitted on the upper level at any time. Men should remove their hats when on the upper level; women may wear sport hats until 5:00pm.


      Club Dinner Attire

      Club dinner attire is requested for evening dining, except on Wednesday evenings, when more casual clothing is also acceptable. 
      * For special events, other dress requirements may be included in the invitation.

      Gentlemen: Full-length traditional slacks (no denim, baggy, or sport pants) and dress shirt (with or without collar) are requested; neckties are optional. Hats are not permitted on the upper floor. Jackets are suggested after 5:00pm on Sunday evenings.
      Ladies: Dresses, pantsuits, as well as combinations of a skirt or dressy slacks with a blouse, sweater, or jacket. No sport hats after 5:00pm.


      Sports Attire

      Due to our coastal proximity, we recommend that our visitors bring layered clothing options as weather conditions can change quickly.

      Golf: We prefer golf shoes with “soft” cleats although occasional golfers may wear sneakers or tennis shoes that will not mar our golf course greens. Metal “spiked” cleats are not permitted at any time.
      On the golf course and practice areas, we request you refrain from wearing denim (blue jeans), short shorts, baggy pants, cut-offs; bare midriffs, halter or tank tops. Men are requested to wear sleeved golf shirts with traditional collars, turtle necks, or crew necks. Shirts and blouses are to be worn tucked in, unless designed to be worn otherwise.

      Tennis: All clothing should reflect tennis traditions, be in good repair, and free of inappropriate or offensive markings. Tennis shoes that will not cause damage or marring of court surfaces must be worn; no street or cleated shoes are permitted. Slacks, tennis shorts, or tennis skirts are permitted. Sleeved sport shirts with collar, turtleneck, mock turtleneck, or crew neck, should be worn tucked-in, unless designed to be worn otherwise. Appropriate tennis warm-up and sweat suits are permitted. 

  • Directions
    • Directions

      Lake Merced Golf Club 2300 Junipero Serra Blvd.
      Daly City, CA 94015
      Phone: (650) 755-2233
      Fax: (650) 755-4569

      Lake Merced Golf Club is located just south of San Francisco at 2300 Junipero Serra Boulevard in Daly City, California 94015. The Club entrance is on the west side of Junipero Serra just 0.7 miles south of the intersection of John Daly Boulevard, Interstate 280, and Junipero Serra.



      From East Bay & Downtown SF
      Interstate 101 South to 280 South Daly City turnoff. Take the John Daly Blvd./Westlake District Exit, stay in the middle lane and this will bring you to an intersection (John Daly Blvd.) with a stop light. Go through the stop light and you will be on Junipero Serra Blvd (stay in your right lane). Pass three more stop lights, after the 3rd light you will drive over a freeway overpass. You will see on your right the Club’s gate and Lake Merced sign at the post. Make a right turn between two stone pillars and black iron gates. Follow the signs to the Clubhouse entrance.

      From Marin & SF via 19th Ave.
      Take 19th Avenue to Interstate 280 South – Exit at John Daly Blvd. EAST (follow sign to Junipero Serra Blvd.) Turn right at the stop light onto John Daly Blvd. then make another right turn onto Junipero Serra Blvd. Pass three more stop lights after the 3rd light you will drive over a freeway overpass. You will see on your right the Club’s gate and Lake Merced sign at the post. Make a right turn between two stone pillars and black iron gates. Follow the signs to the Clubhouse entrance.

      Directions from Points South (Peninsula)
      Take Interstate 280 North to Westlake District/John Daly Blvd Exit – Turn right at the stop light (Citrus Avenue – Flyers Gas Station) then come back to the same stop light and make a left turn. You will then be driving over a freeway overpass. You will see on your right the Club’s gate and Lake Merced sign at the post. Make a right turn between two stone pillars and black iron gates. Follow the signs to the Clubhouse entrance.



 
 

Chief Operating Officer, General Manager

Donna Otis, CCM
(650) 755-2233 Ext. 301
 
 

Controller

Sanjay Govan, CPA
(650) 755-2233 Ext.309
             


 

Director of Golf 

Matthew Crane
(650) 755-2233 Ext. 331
 

 

Green Superintendent

Matt Dachowski
(650) 755-2233 Ext. 347
           

 

Executive Chef

Tracy Flores
(650) 755-2233 Ext. 361
 


 

Catering and Club Event Manager

Kat Sheridan
(650) 301-4185

 

 

           


 

Food and Beverage

Kevin Smith
(650) 301-4178
 
 
Club Office 
(650) 755-2233 Ext. 301

Pro Shop
 
(650) 750-2239