Since it’s historic opening in 1927, Arrowhead Golf Club continues to offer a superb golf experience. The challenging Ken Killian design (Greg Martin redesign) is composed of three nine-hole courses that can be combined to form three separate par 72 18-hole layouts. Arrowhead treats golfers and guests as if they are members of a private club and is known to be one of the finest municipal courses in the Chicago area.
The course is meticulously manicured and surrounded by forest preserve with no houses in play. Tees, greens and fairways are bentgrass. 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.
"Arrowhead has the feel of a private course that is well maintained. A beautiful facility in all respects.
The course is a great layout, well spaced, nice challenge. We played on Tuesday 8/6/19 and played the South / East combination. A few of the greens looked to have been recently aerated, but they all rolled nicely. Definitely recommend."
National Golf Foundation (NGF)
Chicago District Golf Association (CDGA)
Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary System
Midwest Association of Golf Course Superintendents (MAGCS)
Golf Course Superintendents Association of America (GCSAA)
Highlights & Amenities
27-Hole Golf Course
Surrounded by Forest Preserve
Lighted Driving Range
White Tour Sand Bunkers
GPS Equipped Golf Carts
Cross-Country Skiing w/ Ski Rentals
Services & Offerings
Private and Group Lessons
Driving Range Parties
Leagues and Tournaments
Halfway House & Beverage Cart Service
The driving range features 28 hitting bays. Shots are to be hit from mats at all times. Shots are never allowed from the grass.
Arrowhead has a putting green, a separate chipping green with a bunker, and two ADA-accessible bays.
The driving range closes at dusk in the spring and fall, and is open until 9P Memorial Day thru Labor Day, with the exception of Mondays. On Monday, we completely close the driving range and chipping green two hours before sunset.