DeBell Golf Club GK Certificate

(1 customer review)


Expired product

 $35 – Weekdays Anytime – Single w/cart

$45 – Weekends Anytime – Single w/cart


Subject to Terms Below:



  • The sale of this GK Certificate is final – No Refund
  • 1 GK Certificate per Player
  • Valid: Until January 31st, 2017
  • Must Redeem GK Certificate at Golf Shop at Check-In.
  • Must Call Golf Shop to Book. No Internet Bookings.
  • Cannot be used towards Group Play, League Play or Tournament Rounds.
  • Cannot be combined with any other offers.
  • Approved by: Scott Scozzola

DeBell Golf Club Tee Time Special with GK Certificate

DeBell Golf Club Tee Time Special
DeBell Golf Club Tee Time Special – View of Hole 13

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Hole 18 is a beautiful finishing hole that’s rich in local history and ideal for
watching from the patio at The Canyon Grille.

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The stars – and regular folk – come out and shine at DeBell Golf Course!

Our municipal course is in a suburb of Los Angeles, specifically in one of the media/entertainment industry hubs, so we see a broad range of clientele — pretty much the entire spectrum here.

The 18-hole “De Bell” course at the DeBell Golf Course facility in Burbank, California features 5,633 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 71 . The course rating is 68.8 and it has a slope rating of 114 on Kikuyu grass.  Designed by William F. Bell, ASGCA/William H. Johnson, ASGCA/(R) Richard Bigler, the De Bell golf course opened in 1958.

Tees Length Slope Rating
Blue 5,608 68.9 122
White 5,285 67.7 119
Red 4,946 71.8 125

To give you a little flavor of what to expect at DeBell, how about a flyover of Hole 18 at DeBell Golf Club.

Some local tips:

DeBell is located in the foothills of the Verdugo Mountains, so the terrain of the course is “mountainous, hilly, uneven, narrow and universally unforgiving.” The greens here have a subtle way of making golfers misread them. They are very well kept, they roll true to the putt, they are among the faster greens in the area — and they undulate like nobody’s business! A local anecdote from a majority of golfers/employees is that “all the greens break toward Burbank. “

At different times of year the course gets a darker or lighter shade of green. In the winter months, the Bermuda goes dormant and turns light brown. In the summer months, the turf tends to green up unless the temperatures stay in the high 80s to mid 90s for an extended period of time.

On a personal note, it’s best to avail yourself of the golf carts.  This is an undulating golf course and you will have sweeping elevation changes.  This course really protects the greens.  It plays on a hillside so be mindful of the slope.  But most important, trust your instincts and by all means have a fun round!

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1 review for DeBell Golf Club GK Certificate

  1. Vic Flores

    Review from Greenskeeper.Org member: rgm2525
    Played 2-12-16 for $22 walking on there canyon club early morning in 3 hours as a foursome on the front and a twosome on the back. Tee boxes were a little thin but mostly level. Fairways were mostly dormant and a little thin but descent to hit from. Rough was a mixed bag of dormant thin lies, thick rough, and some bare spots. Was in one fairway bunker that was a little thin, with some small rocks in it. Greens were in good shape, a little firm and rolling fast, with a few that looked like they had a thin layer of top dressing which didn’t effect them. Have seen the course in much better shape, but for me it’s still fun(frustrating) to play.

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