Whether you have been golfing your entire life, or have just begun to appreciate the game, Del Rio offers some of the best holes of golf with scenic views at every turn. Our challenging course and friendly staff ensures our members will enjoy bringing guests out for a great round of golf.
 
Course at a Glance
·         27-hole Championship Course
·         The average Oak/ Bluff course rating is 71.2 from the blue tees with a course slope of 124
·         Four sets of tees per hole
·         Fairways-Bermuda grass, Greens- Bent grass, Roughs-Rye grass, Tees- Bent grass

 


Scorecard

*Course Rating & Slope for Men on Scorecard
 



*Course Rating & Slope for Women

Oak/Bluff

 

Tee: White
18-Hole Course Data Front 9 Back 9 18 Hole Bogey Rating
Course Rating 37.9 37.4 75.3 106.4
Slope 131 133 132
 
Tee: Combo
18-Hole Course Data Front 9 Back 9 18 Hole Bogey Rating
Course Rating 36.9 36.1 73.0 103.4
Slope 130 128 129
 
Tee: Gold
18-Hole Course Data Front 9 Back 9 18 Hole Bogey Rating
Course Rating 35.8 35.1 70.9 100.3
Slope 125 125 125

 



 

History of the Course


William P. Bell, whose early works included Bel-Air Country Club and Riviera Country Club, designed the original eighteen holes in 1946. As they stood at the foot of the great Valley Oak, Billy Bell stated, "This is a great site for a golf course." The sandy soil and gentle rolling terrain allowed Billy Bell to create yet another classic.

Architect Robert Muir Graves whose work includes Sea Ranch and Black Butte designed the River Nine. After many years of negotiations with government officials and environmentalists over the plight of the valley elderberry long-horned beetle, this 150 acre combination of riparian habitat and golf course was constructed in 1996.

In 1998 architect John Harbottle, who has overseen reconstruction efforts at Los Angeles Country Club and Stanford Golf Course design, supervised reconstruction of all tees, greens and bunkers on William Bell's 18-hole layout. Harbottle also redesigned the #9 Bluff hole in 2002.