Arrowhead Country Club – San Bernardino, CA
Holes: 18 Par: 72 Yardage: 6,619 Architect: William P. Bell, Clark Glasson, Robert Muir Graves
Arrowhead Country Club (ACC) is a storied California golf course. Launched in 1924 as a humble 9-hole golf course with sand greens, ACC was transformed 4 years later into a magnificent 18 hole golf course under the direction of legendary architect William P. Bell. ACC became a member owned equity club in 1944 and up until 2017 remained one of the formative private clubs in Southern California.
Today, ACC is Semi-Private and the public is welcome to experience its historic grounds. Playing 6,619 yards, the routing winds through a garden of hundred year old oaks, pines, and sycamores. The greens structures are some of the best you will ever find. They watch guard over lush and sometimes treacherous bent grass greens belied by subtle rises and falls. PGA legend David Stockton learned to putt at ACC.