Burbank: A Better Way to Stay for the 2023 U.S. Open Golf Championship


Man next to his golf clubs on the course.


Burbank is no stranger to hosting movie stars at its doorstep, but this summer golfers take center stage in Los Angeles for the 2023 U.S. Open Golf Championship, a tournament established by the United States Golf Association (USGA) 123 years ago. From June 12-18, this prestigious national championship, and its surrounding events will be hosted for the public at Los Angeles Country Club (LACC) – just a short drive from all the action in Burbank, CA.

This is the first time that the U.S. Open will be held at Los Angeles Country Club. The modern U.S. Open has become an extravagant tournament, involving tens of thousands of spectators. Thanks to Los Angeles Country Club’s 325 acres and two separate golf courses, the North Course and the South Course, designed by Gil Hanse, they can accommodate the massive popularity of this year’s event. This historic 2023 U.S. Open golf championship is one you don’t want to miss with major golfers qualifying like Matt Fitzpatrick, Brooks Koepka, Rory Mcilroy, and Dustin Johnson. Plus, the Los Angeles Country Club is just minutes off both the 405 and 101 freeways, making it an easy drive to Burbank’s many hotels and attractions.


Two photos: on the left is four people exiting from a plane, and on the right is a burbank mural on the side of a building.


When flying to the U.S. Open Golf Championship, we suggest using the Hollywood Burbank Airport (BUR). Named the Best U.S. Airport by Fodor’s Travel in 2019, BUR is the most convenient and hassle-free introduction to the Los Angeles region, near to everything you want to see and do: the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Beverly Hills, Downtown L.A., live TV tapings, Universal Studios Hollywood, and Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood. Rent your car at their onsite Consolidated Car Rental Facility or catch a Metrolink train within walking distance of the airport’s two terminals. Many of Burbank’s 18 hotels also offer complimentary shuttle service to and from BUR. 


Burbank boasts 18 hotels fit for all price points and personalities. Whether you’re seeking a retro hotel, like the Tangerine, or a 4-diamond experience at Hotel Amarano, you’ll be perfectly situated to enjoy the boundless attractions nearby, including the U.S. Open. To simplify your stay, eight Burbank hotels offer complimentary shuttle services to and from BUR and to local attractions such as Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood and Universal Studios Hollywood. To book an exclusive Burbank accommodation during your stay, click here. Many Burbank hotels are also Universal Studios Partner Hotels and offer special discounts on hotel and ticket packages, to book click here.


Give yourself an extra day or two to try your swing at Burbank’s beautiful DeBell Golf Course. Set against a stunning natural backdrop in the hills above Burbank, this Par 71 PGA DeBell Golf Club delivers the most challenging yet affordable 5,600 yards of 18-hole golf in the region.


Two photos: on the left is a group tour at the Warner Bros. Studio Tour and on the right is a group of people enjoying dinner outside.


Known as “Media Capital of the World,” visitors here are encouraged to discover how Burbank got its nickname. Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood offers tours and numerous television shows with live TV audiences occurring regularly at the legendary studio lot. Adjacent to Burbank is Universal Studios Hollywood featuring Super Nintendo World, a visually spectacular land located within an expanded area of the park.

The Street Art Tour is a must-do during your stay including a stop at the monumental Batman statue in Downtown Burbank, and the newly unveiled Wonder Woman statue in front of the Warner Bros. Tour Center. For a complete itinerary of murals and other installations around town please click here

Magnolia Park is an experience all its own with eclectic shopping and dining options where you can browse antique stores, shop vintage boutiques and feast at noteworthy mom-and-pop cafes.

Burbank is perfectly located to drive over the hill to the U.S. Open at the Los Angeles Golf Club, and to access all the other great drivable trips nearby. Go wine tasting in the Santa Barbara Wine Country, catch a wild ride at Six Flags Magic Mountain and so much more. Check out these day trips to explore beyond Burbank during your stay.


Dining options in Burbank are plentiful, diverse and impressive. Check out Old Hollywood meccas such as The Smoke House or the streamline modern Bob’s Big Boy, home of the original double-decker burger and host to one of SoCal’s most famous classic car shows every Friday night. The eatery was recently named the best diner in California by Food+Wine. The romantically inclined will love the spectacular views from Castaway, named one of the best restaurants in the US for a date (OpenTable), and pastry fans will get their fill at Artelice Patisserie, named the Best Bakery in California (Yelp), and Lou, The French on the Block, chosen as the Best Place to Eat in Los Angeles (Yelp). More Dining Ideas here.

For more more experiences and to plan your stay, check out our website. 

For tickets to the U.S. Open Golf Championship or to find out more about the organization, visit their website: usga.org.

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