DeBell Golf Club Awarded Worth the Green Fee 2017 for Los Angeles County
Congratulations to DeBell Golf Club winning our Worth the Green Fee 2017 Award for Los Angeles County.
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#Recent Golf Course Review
Posted: 12/31/17 5:46p
Member Since: Jan 24, 2005
Played 12-28-17 walking for $22, teeing off at 6:40 and finishing at 9:30 as a threesome. Greens for the most part were in good shape, some had some issues around the edges but most rolled pretty smooth with medium/fast speed. They were a little firmer on the back side but still held good shots. Fairways were starting to look a little thin but there were still decent lies. Rough was not to long with a few bare areas. Didn’t go into any bunkers but from watching playing partners some seemed to be a little thin while others seemed to have an ample amount of sand. Tee boxes were okay, some being lush while others were thin. Winter conditions seem to be setting in, but overall course is still in descent shape.
Worth the Green Fee 2017
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