Official Arrowdale Municipal Golf Course Website, City of Brantford
Two Golfers with a golf bag on the green

Course Layout 

    Hole 1

    The starting hole is a demanding long Par 4, where your first objective must be keeping your tee shot in the fairway. Favour the left side because the fariway is boled and shots slightly right are kicked into the tree line. Your approach is into a small green. Keep it short of the hole because there is a difficult bunker shot ahead if you go long.

  • Hole 1 From The Tee Hole 1 From The Tee
  • Hole 1 From The Tee Hole 1 From The Tee
  • Hole 1 From The Middle Of The Fairway Hole 1 From The Middle Of The Fairway
  • Hole 2

    The second hole is a short uphill Par 3. Be sure to take enough club because there is a very large bunker guarding the right side.

  • Hole 2 From Left Side Of The Green Hole 2 From Left Side Of The Green
  • Hole 2 From Just Short Of Bunker Guarding The Green Hole 2 From Just Short Of Bunker Guarding The Green
  • Hole 3

    Hole 3 is a challenging uphill Par 4, where finding a level lie is a challenge. Running up your approach shot to the green may be the most opportune way to get par.

  • Hole 3 From Behind The Green Hole 3 From Behind The Green
  • Hole 3 From The Tee Hole 3 From The Tee
  • Hole 3 From Right Side Of The Fairway Looking Back To The Tee Hole 3 From Right Side Of The Fairway Looking Back To The Tee
  • Hole 3 From Left Side Of Tee Looking Up The Fairway Hole 3 From Left Side Of Tee Looking Up The Fairway
  • Hole 4

    This picturesque par 3, Hole 4 has become our signature hole. The tee shot is significantly downhill. Avoid the bunker and evergreens surrounding the green.

  • Hole 4 From Left Side Of The Green Hole 4 From Left Side Of The Green
  • Hole 4 Looking Down Towards Green From #5 Tee Hole 4 Looking Down Towards Green From #5 Tee
  • Hole 4 From The Tee Hole 4 From The Tee
  • Hole 5

    Hole 5 - Let it fly! This medium length Par 5 can be reached in two by the longer of hitters. Be sure to guard against the left side 'out of bounds'. Finding a flat lie for your second shot is tricky and makes your approach awkward. Often players leave this hole thinking "that was an opportunity lost".

  • Hole 5 From The Middle Of The Fairway, 225 Yards From The Green Hole 5 From The Middle Of The Fairway, 225 Yards From The Green
  • Hole 5 From Just Short and Right Of The Green Hole 5 From Just Short and Right Of The Green
  • Hole 5 From The Tee Hole 5 From The Tee
  • Hole 5 From Just Short and Right Of The Green Hole 5 From Just Short and Right Of The Green
  • Hole 5 From The Tee Hole 5 From The Tee
  • Hole 6

    Be sure to take enough club. This uphill Par 3 sees many shots short of the green. A very tall tree guards the left side.

  • Hole 6 From Left Side Of The Green Hole 6 From Left Side Of The Green
  • Hole 6 - Be sure to take enough club. This uphill Par 3 sees many shots short of the green. A very tall tree guards the left side.

  • Hole 6 From The Tee Hole 6 From The Tee
  • Hole 7

    Hole 7 is a fun hole. Longer hitters can drive it up near the green if they are accurate enough. The smart play is to hit a lay-up shot favouring the right side of the fairway, leaving you an easier approach and the opportunity for a good score.

  • Hole 7 Looking Down The Fairway From The Front Of The Tee Hole 7 Looking Down The Fairway From The Front Of The Tee
  • Hole 7 From The Start Of The Fairway Hole 7 From The Start Of The Fairway
  • Hole 7 From The Tee Hole 7 From The Tee
  • Hole 7 From The Middle Of The Fairway, 50 Yards From The Green Hole 7 From The Middle Of The Fairway, 50 Yards From The Green
  • Hole 8

    To score well on the 8th hole you will need to hit an accurate tee shot. This tight, medium length Par 4 is especially challenging around the green. Par is a great score on this hole!

  • Hole 8 From The Middle Of The Fairway, 200 Yards From The Green Hole 8 From The Middle Of The Fairway, 200 Yards From The Green
  • Hole 8 From The Right Side Of The Fairway, 200 Yards From The Green Hole 8 From The Right Side Of The Fairway, 200 Yards From The Green
  • Hole 8 From The Left Rough – same as below Hole 8 From The Left Rough – same as below
  • Hole 8 from The Left Rough Hole 8 from The Left Rough
  • Hole 8 From Left Side Of The Fairway, 50 Yards From The Green Hole 8 From Left Side Of The Fairway, 50 Yards From The Green
  • Hole 9

    Our final hole plays quite different from the two tee decks. From the yellow tees it plays as a gently dog-leg right. Your tee shot needs to be on the right side to make sure you aren't blocked out by the very tall trees protecting the left side. From the forward white tees, the big hitters may try to 'go for it'. The green is a small target and getting a good chance at a birdie is a real challenge.

  • Hole 9 From Middle Of The Fairway, 150 Yards From The Green Hole 9 From Middle Of The Fairway, 150 Yards From The Green
  • Hole 9  From The Left Side Of The Bunker Guarding The Green Hole 9  From The Left Side Of The Bunker Guarding The Green
  • Hole 9  From The Clubhouse Patio, Looking Down To The Green Hole 9  From The Clubhouse Patio, Looking Down To The Green
  • Hole 9 From The Tee Hole 9 From The Tee
  • Hole 9 From The Clubhouse Patio, Looking Down To The Green Hole 9 From The Clubhouse Patio, Looking Down To The Green
  • Hole 9 From The Clubhouse Patio, Looking Down To The Green Hole 9 From The Clubhouse Patio, Looking Down To The Green