Arrowood Golf Course

5201 Village Drive
Oceanside, CA 92057 • (760) 967-8400




LOCAL WEATHER
Oceanside, CA (92057)
64°F
Cloudy
[Full Forecast]
Humidity: 87%
Wind: CALM

Sunrise: 6:33 am
Sunset: 6:51 pm

COURSE LINKS

ALERT: Aeration
Will be aerating the greens 10/14 & 10/15.
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1. jpcali10
Posted: 08/19/14 1:29p
Member Since: Feb 3, 2011
From: San Diego
Played Arrowood on 8/16 around noon. POP was just under 5 hours. This was my first time playing this course after wanting to for so long. I thoroughly enjoyed the layout of the course as well as th... Continue »
3 Likes.
Rated
7.5 Conditions
2. wabuson
Posted: 08/07/14 10:52p
Member Since: Jul 25, 2010
From: San Diego
I really enjoy it here. The greens, however, are always a mystery to me. Fast as can be and about as poorly maintained (on a golfers end) as can be. I mean I play twilight at some pretty heavily playe... Continue »
2 Likes.
Rated
7.6 Conditions
JohnnyGK
Topic: Arrowood Golf Course Review: 4-2006
Posted: Mar 2, 2009
Hi Everyone, As you know GK as gone through many changes over the years. One of those changes has been the elimination of Greenskeeper.org Surveyor Reports to a more user generated content system. Instead of letting these older reviews disappear, I’ve decided to add them as permanent fixtures on ...
JohnnyGK
Topic: Arrowood Golf Course Review: 4-2006
Posted: Mar 2, 2009
Opened in the Summer of 2005, Arrowood Golf Club is the centerpiece of a new master-planned community several miles East of the 5 freeway in Oceanside. Of course, the first thing that comes to mind for so many golfers in Southern California when they hear "Residential Golf Community" is houses lini...
wmlynch57
Member Since: Dec 4, 2006
Hole 18 • Par 4 • 395 yards Four fairway bunkers demand accuracy off the tee. A good tee shot should leave a short approach inviting most to go for it across the water hazard separating the green from the fairway. Two rear bunkers slope up steeply, so a long shot must be played into a downhill, runaway green.
Hole
18
wmlynch57
Member Since: Dec 4, 2006
Hole 17 • Par 4 • 401 yards One of the more narrow and dangerous landing areas on the course, this hole will challenge the golfer. A forced carry to a plateau landing area with a bunker on the right side and a steep fall off to a protected riparian habitat on the left, both create difficulty. The second shot is also a long uphill shot through a constrained throat into an elevated green.
Hole
17

Playing Conditions
7.00
Great
  • Course Statistics
  • 281 of 1,940 Overall Rank
  • Value
  • Layout
  • Service



NEARBY COURSES & ALERTS

PRACTICE FACILITIES
- Driving Range: YES (grass & mats)
- Practice Chipping & Sand: YES
- Practice Putting: YES