18-hole course draped over coastal hills challenges players with frequent swings in elevation and numerous hazards
What You'll Get
- Lessons are conducted every Saturday from 12:30-1:30 p.m.
Lesson must be redeemed before round of golf.
- Round of golf is valid after 1:30 p.m.
- About the instructor: Steven Montalto has been a PGA member for 7 years and has more than 10 years of teaching experience.
The Fine Print
About Arrowood Golf Course
Notched into a riparian zone draped over North County’s coastal hills, Arrowood Golf Course’s 18 holes usher golfers over 6,721 yards of pristine turf marked by frequent swings in elevation. As the cool ocean breeze billows over the course, bringing with it the cries of oysters whose pearls were mistaken for tiny golf balls, players wrangle with the wide open, Ted Robinson-designed layout. Their travails will lead them past a healthy assortment of hazards including wastelands, fairway bunkers, and water hazards. Each of these converge on the player’s path on the 16th hole, where tee shots threaded through the gauntlet of fairway bunkers leave their owners with dramatic approaches into a green surrounded almost entirely by water.
Arrowood golf instructor Eric Ewing and his staff use the course’s practice range as a laboratory for game improvement. Instruction adheres to a seven-part curriculum aimed at shaving strokes, ranging from physical skills such as putting and the full swing to the strategic mindset of course management.
Course at a Glance:
- 18-hole course
- Total length of 6,721 yards from the back tees
- Course rating of 72.9 from the back tees
- Course slope of 140 from the back tees