Arrowhead Country Club is a formerly private club that welcomes public tee times in San Bernardino, California. Located a mile or so from the base of the San Bernardino Mountains, this beautiful, historic course sports an appealing vintage aura and player-friendly conditions that make it a delight for anyone who has a tee time. Arrowhead Country Club started as a nine-hole track with sand greens in 1924, but in 1944 renowned course architect William P. Bell (designer of Torrey Pines) created the 18-hole layout that charms players to this day. Arrowhead Country Club has undergone recent ownership changes and has benefitted from restoration work to its fairways, greens, and bunkers. In 2019 Golf Advisor rated it one of the most improved courses in the country. This old-school parkland-style layout occupies a large block in San Bernardino. Arrowhead County Club s playing field is quite flat, and since its greens and tees are close together, it is a wonderful course for walking. Mature oaks, pines, eucalyptus, and sycamore trees define the playing corridors and give the layout its character. The trees are somewhat loosely spaced, so players usually can find wayward balls and hit recovery shots. Overhanging limbs make this straightforward course quite challenging, however. Arrowhead Country Club s long, narrow fairways call for accurate shotmaking. Beware that on the holes at the boundaries of the property, sliced or hooked shots may wind up in the street or across the street on a front lawn of a neighboring mansion home. Four sets of tee markers stretch Arrowhead Country Club from 5,310 yards to 6,619 and ensure that golfers of wide-ranging skill levels can find an enjoyable distance to play from. The par-72 layout features five par3s and five par 5s. All of the par 3s have notable length, and the front nine features back-to-back par 5s. One of the strengths of the playing field is its greens. Arrowhead Country Club s putting surfaces are somewhat small with distinct tiers and surprising slopes. Notably, Dave Stockton, one of the greatest putters in the history of golf, learned to putt at Arrowhead Country Club. Practice facilities include a driving range, chipping area, and putting green. The golf shop is separate from the clubhouse. Until the restaurant gets renovated, food and beverage service will be limited, but there is a snack area at the turn and a bar in the clubhouse. For a fun and relaxing round on one of the classic, historic courses of the Inland Empire, make a tee time to play Arrowhead Country Club in San Bernardino.