Kids Play Free

Course

This program is designed for junior golfers 16 and under who are accompanied by a paying adult. There are no restrictions on tee times for junior golfers. "The 'Kids Play Free' program is a tremendous way to give back to the game of the golf and expose young people," said Jake Benton, Arrowhead's head golf professional. "Arrowhead is a family friendly course. We encourage juniors to play at Arrowhead." Arrowhead, which earned four stars in Golf Digest's most recent Places to Play guide, offers three distinct nines - The Lakes, The Cypress and The Waterway. Each nine offers four sets of tees, making the course playable for golfers of all skill levels. The course isn't exceptionally long, Cypress is the longest of the three at 3,349 yards, but each layout places an emphasis on accuracy off the tee. Fairway mounding is one of the facility's defining characteristics and water comes into play on 24 of 27 holes, including several holes that offer spectacular views of the Intracoastal Waterway.