Arrowood Golf Club
5201A Village Dr.
With most of the fairways and greens of the Ted Robinson Jr. designed Arrowood Golf Course set adjacent to protected natural riparian habitats, the solitude of the picturesque countryside will enhance the golf experience. Comforted by coastal breezes and a year-round mild climate, players of this 6,721-yard championship course will feel as though they’re in a world unto themselves.
“ This course is different from others we’ve designed in San Diego because of the topography and the extent of the natural areas adjacent to the holes. With no holes having housing on both sides, the course will feel open and unconfined.” Golfers of all abilities have to think their way around the course. Where should I put my tee shot? How should I approach the green?
“ Hole 4 is my favorite hole of the front nine,” said Ted Robinson, Jr. “I love the strategy off the tee.” It begins with a slight forced carry uphill into a terraced fairway.
“ On the back nine, Hole 16 is my favorite.” Number 16 is gorgeous with its expansive water feature guarding the green. “Hole 16 is the hole that gets the most attention,” said Ted Robinson, Jr.
The comfortable coastal climate and beautiful protected riparian habitat areas ensure that the experience of Arrowood Golf Course is a golfer’s delight.
Directions and Location Map
From the I-5 freeway, take the 76 East to Douglas Dr. and go left. Douglas Dr. ends at Village Drive, make a right. Follow Village Drive to the Arrowood Golf Course entry.
From the I-15 freeway, take the 78 West to College Blvd., go right on College Blvd., proceed approximately 5.5 miles until it ends at North River Rd., go right. North River Rd. becomes Vandegrift Blvd., proceed 1.5 miles. Turn right on Douglas Dr., which ends at Village Drive, make a right. Follow Village Drive to the Arrowood Golf Course entry.
Ted Robinson Jr.
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