December, 2022 Prices and selections may vary and are updated frequently.
Bel Air Country Club is located at 10768 Bellagio Road, Los Angeles, CA 90077
Bel Air Country Club opened in 1922 when the Danziger Estate was purchased by Alfonzo Bell. Architect Aurele Vermuleon and engineer Wilkie Woodward were responsible for planning and layout.
Prior to being a golf course, the Danziger Estate had residential areas. One of the most notable buildings in the Danziger Estate was a Spanish-style mansion that had an unobstructed view of Los Angeles all the way to Catalina Island.
Bel Air suffered a brush fire in 1961 which destroyed several homes in its residential section.
Below is the latest Bel Air Country Club prices.
|Dues Every Month||$13,500|
|Estimated Annual Dues||$150,000|
GREEN FEE (BASE FEE)
Membership to Bel Air Country Club costs $13,500 with $85 for dues every month. The annual cost is equivalent to $163,020. Membership is via invite only, and guests have to be accompanied by members at all times.
However, other sources indicate that the initiation fee for Bel Air Country Club costs $150,000. No reliable info is available yet, and members from Bel Air Country Club haven’t revealed exactly how much the membership actually is. But anyone can expect to set them back at least $150,000 a year, not including monthly dues.
Members are expected to dress according to Bel Air’s policies. For specifics, visit this page. Gentlemen are expected to wear golf shirts with collars, and ladies are expected to wear shirts, skirts, or tailored slacks.
The 9-hole course has a green fee of $50 to $110 during weekdays. During weekends, the price can go up to $125 maximum.
Bel Air Country Club is private, and membership is by invitation only.
The Bel Air Country Club has an 18-hole golf course. The site also has tennis courts. It is the current home course of UCLA Bruin’s men’s and women’s teams.
The course used to have 76 bunkers, then it was reduced to 42. Two water hazards were removed due to massive design differences implemented by George Thomas.
The current club manager is JJ Wagner, and the head professional/director of golf is Ed Merrins.
The difficulty rating given to Bel Air Golf Course is 72.0. The course has undergone revisions but the best design has come from the mind of George C. Thomas, Jr. The maximum yardage on this course measures 6,482.
Phone: 310 472 9563