Arrowhead Golf Club -South/East, is a Public, 27 hole golf course facility in Wheaton, Illinois.
Arrowhead is composed of three nine-hole (South, East, and West) courses that can be combined to form three separate par 72 18-hole layouts. The course originally opened in 1927 and a complete renovation of the 27-hole course was completed in 2001. The course was designed by Stanley Pelchar.
Tees, greens and fairways are Bent grass. Water comes into play on 17 of the 27 holes and 77 bunkers dot the landscape. The practice area consists of a lighted driving range, putting green, chipping green and bunkers.
Tee times are strongly recommended at all times. Play cannot be guaranteed without a reservation
(cart included), played on Saturday, January 2014 at 6am
Another former private golf course which has gone public. High quality with country club features still in place. There are 27 holes of golf available here. It is expensive, but popular. Make reservations in advance.
$76 (cart included), played on Monday, May 2013 at 6am
Enjoyed playing the course - we were on South and East. Paid a bit more on Memorial Day. Good test - calls for all the shots.
$26 (cart not included), played on Saturday, August 2012 at noon
Since I live in Naperville, I can play those courses for less than half of the cost of playing Arrowhead. Yet, I like to play it once or twice a year for variety. Greens fees are expensive for the course.
$56 (cart not included), played on Monday, May 2012 at 8am
I thought it was a good enough layout but I feel there are better courses for the same or lower price closer to where I live.
$46 (cart not included), played on Saturday, July 2011 at 8am
The course is difficult for the average golfer. Trees and water come into play on almost every hole. Pin placement on weekends is also more difficult. If you want to be challenged this is the course.
$61 (cart included), played on Saturday, July 2008 at 2pm
I live near Arrowhead and play it a few times each year. Course is usually in great condition and always challenging. The new clubhouse is also very nice. I just wish they kept their rates lower so I could play it more often. $65 is on the steep side but worth playing once or twice a year. Pace of play is hit or miss too, but that can also be said for most Chicagoland courses.
$41 (cart not included), played on Saturday, October 2008 at 6am
New course superintendent has taken a good layout and made the course superb and a great conditioned course. It gets a lot of play but stays in great condition. Beautiful new clubhouse/restaurant/bar beats many fine country clubs.
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