Arrowhead is a 27 hole Championship course located in Wheaton, about an hour drive west from Downtown Chicago. The original 18-hole Antlers Club was built with horse drawn plows in the 1920's by Ralph Weimer and his family. In 1929 the club was renamed Arrowhead Golf Club for the many Native American artifacts that were found on the site during construction and in 1967 the West Course was constructed bringing the number of holes to the current total of 27. Arrowhead was awarded 4-1/2 stars by Chicagoland Golf Magazine in 2007 and 2008.
The beautiful clubhouse features a fully stocked pro shop, locker rooms with showers, conference rooms, large dining rooms for banquets, and the Arrowhead Restaurant, Bar & Patio serving breakfast (on weekends till 3 p.m.), lunch, dinner and a full bar. State of the art club fitting is avaialble as well as club repair. Simulator golf is available in the winter. Practice facilities include a targeted grass range, putting green, and short game area with sand bunkers. Click on the review link at the top of the page for photos and a description of the course.
From Chicago Take 355 to I-88. Travel west on 88 to the Winfield Rd. Exit. Travel north on Winfield to Ferry Rd. Turn right and travel to Warrenville Rd. Turn right on Warrenville then immediately left on Herick Rd. Turn right on Butterfield Rd. and travel to course on the right.