The San Francisco golf scene has been active for well over a century, so it’s no surprise that the city's top golf courses have a storied history. The famed Half Moon Bay Golf Links consists of two courses, both with ocean vistas and craggy cliffs. The Old Course, designed by Arnold Palmer and Francis Duane, finishes on one of the highest-ranked holes in the world. The newer Ocean Course is designed for fast links-style play. The Presidio of San Francisco has a very different kind of history: it was built in 1895 on a military base and named a national historical landmark in 1962. President Teddy Roosevelt reviewed troops on the course in 1903, and three years later it was used as a refugee camp for earthquake survivors. Today it boasts 13 holes across 6,400 yards of picturesque fairways and greens.