Arrowhead Park

Wilmington, North Carolina     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +0 votes  + Dustin Pratt › July 15, 2019
Fun Shorter style course, great for beginners and pro alike! Aced hole 10 while on Vacation!!!
-  +0 votes  + Wade Fisher › March 10, 2019
Its a short technical course in a smaller park. Lots of basket locations for each tee make it a different each month, which helps with the lack of distance as many holes require different shots depending on basket location. Easy to play 18 in 50 mins or less and front 9 can be done in about 20 mins.
-  +0 votes  + Jonathan Karwacki › June 10, 2019
-  +0 votes  + Aaron Schwallier › July 27, 2016
The course achieves its goal; a par-3 beginner course. Good elevation changes, nifty use of alternate pins, well maintained, fun lines, all-around solid course to go rip a quick round or bring the family.
-  +0 votes  + Pootie Tang › November 7, 2015
-  +0 votes  + Max ROC › March 10, 2014
Great course for a mid-range only casual round. Room to lengthen and improve several holes, along with improving safety factors, that would make this a much better course and still remain extremely beginner friendly.
-  +0 votes  + Jeff E › December 5, 2013
This is a fun par 3 course challenging with some close very aceable holes 6 , 8 and 17 not so much. Native long leaf pine trees are on every hole and some of them make for a few very tight fairways that have more than one approach off the tee. Excellent use of the elevation number 4,6,7,9 and 10 have forty to fifty feet of elevation change several others have 7 to 15 feet. A few open up off the tee number 14 into a wide open grassy area that needs to turn left toward the basket. 16 wide o ...
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-  +1 votes  + wayne p › November 27, 2013
this is a pretty good little course that could be a lot better if all the property were used.some holes are to short but some are great for a beginner course.its wooded so bring your best will need them all.lots of fun.
-  +2 votes  + Matt Nemmers › September 29, 2013
Hate giving Arrowhead a C+, but it's bush-league compared to Castle Hayne. It's fairly short so t's a very decent course -- perfect for a lunchtime break away from the office -- but it's VERY wooded and there's only one or two holes that really allow you to open up and let 'er rip. The foliage makes it challenging, but can also make it extremely frustrating. It's well maintained though and, despite being so close to the coast, has decent elevation changes on a couple holes. All in all it's not a bad course if you're Jonesin' for a's definitely worth checking out.
-  +2 votes  + Mike Snipes › September 23, 2013
Its a great family course for the little arms and a few holes for the bigger I can say my wife only wants to play here and my mom as well