Award-winning 27-hole golf course. Magnificent banquet facilities. Flexible meeting space. The delicious Arrowhead Restaurant and Bar. Open to the public. Welcome to Arrowhead Golf Club.
Where did our name come from? Before we were Arrowhead, we were the Antlers Club, whose 18 holes were built with horse-drawn plows in the 1920s.
During construction, though, many Native American artifacts were found, and so in 1929 the club was renamed Arrowhead Golf Club.
In 1982, the Wheaton Park District purchased the property and has undertaken major improvements over three decades, including a new clubhouse in 2006 with over 13,000 square feet of venue space, the Arrowhead Restaurant and Bar, the pro shop, and the outdoor patio for spring, summer, and fall dining.
We continue today to proudly offer the best product and service among municipal golf courses in the Chicagoland area. We are honored to hold about 100 weddings a year and pride ourselves on only hosting one couple per night.
Our kitchen doesn't have to cater to three ballrooms; we cater only to you. There's no noise from other parties, or long lines for the bathroom. At Arrowhead, your special day is your special day.
But of course you want to golf, too, and you'll enjoy the challenge of our Ken Killian-designed 27 holes. Play nine or eighteen and marvel at the views of our rolling landscapes, then come inside (or to the patio) and have a delicious meal crafted by Executive Chef Alan Pirhofer, all without breaking the bank.
Because who doesn't want the country club feel without the country club price?