The Olympic Club


The Olympic Club is comprised of the City Clubhouse in downtown San Francisco and the Lakeside Clubhouse on the border of San Francisco and Daly City. While known for being an athletics powerhouse in more than 19 sports, The Olympic Club is also a social community with a variety of dining and leisure options available between the two clubhouses.


The City Clubhouse is a spectacular historic building in downtown San Francisco offering 18 hotel rooms, dining and banquet facilities, athletic courts, two pools, a fitness center, locker rooms, a sport shop and other amenities including massage, steam/sauna, shoeshine and a barbershop.


Overlooking the beautiful Pacific Ocean, the Lakeside Clubhouse boasts two championship golf courses, the Lake and Ocean and one executive course, the Cliffs. With its spectacular view of the golf courses, the Lakeside Clubhouse offers dining and banquet facilities, locker rooms, tennis courts and a fitness center with lap pool.



The Club is a nonprofit mutual benefit corporation. The objects and purposes of the Club are to promote physical culture, social interaction and the fostering of amateur athletics in a spirit of close harmony among its membership.


The Olympic Club will be the premier athletic and golf club, providing members and their families with exceptional competitive and recreational athletic programs, facilities, social activities, and services that enhance the heritage and prestige of the Club.


Civility and Mutual Respect, Competition, Courage, Diversity, Friendship, Camaraderie and Inclusiveness, Integrity, Leadership, Sportsmanship, Teamwork

Aug 20, 2018
  Lead Age Group Coach with The Olympic Club in San Francisco The Olympic Club is looking for age-group coaches to work with swimmers ages 8-13 years old as well as assist with its Senior Group. The Coach is expected to help the athletes grow and mature as swimmers, setting goals, and preparing swimmers to increase their commitment as they age up. The Coach will be responsible for on deck coaching time, communicating with parents/swimmers, some administrative duties and will typically attend 1-2 weekend meets per month. Practices run 4-6pm Monday-Friday, with opportunity to coach Saturdays if desired. The Coach will be responsible for daily planning for the group, as well as overall / seasonal planning, themes, and goals. Requirements 1-2 Years of competitive coaching or swimming experience at the club/college level USA Swimming member Valid Drivers License Intermediate Microsoft Office Skill Hy-Tek Meet/Team Manager skills (A Plus) Compensation Part time position. Hourly starts at $22.50 and scales with qualification. Lessons pay at $50 per hour in addition to hourly pay. Hours average between 18 and 25 hours per week. Assisting with Club Events (Swim Meets, Camps, Masters Trans Tahoe Relay, Water Polo Tournaments, Awards Dinners, etc.) provide additional 200+ hours/year. Opportunity for advancement/promotion to full time.  To Apply For more information, contact Tom Dowley at  
The Olympic Club San Francisco, CA, USA Part time