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1539 Weavertown Rd
Douglassville, PA  19518-8938
United States
P: (610) 582-4258
F: (610) 582-7348
Red/White Course

18 hole regulation length course

Public golf course

70 par | 6,007 yards | 116 slope

68.8 rating | Rye grass

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Red/White Golf Course

The 18-hole "Red/White" course at the Arrowhead Golf Course facility in Douglassville, Pennsylvania features 6,007 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 70. The course rating is 68.8 and it has a slope rating of 116 on Rye grass. Designed by John McLean, the Red/White golf course opened in 1955. Valerie McLean-Keller manages the course as the Owner/General Manager.

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Reviewed May 04, 2013

Played this course today and found it in good shape. The fairways and tee boxes were a little too long.

Reviewed September 13, 2011

Nice course with excellent kept greens. Great value to play even during weekends. I find myself making excuses just to go back and keep playing it.

Reviewed December 20, 2010

I am not sure why there are complaints about #17. It is a 160-165 yard shot to the middle of the dogleg--usually a middle iron for most men--then another middle iron (or less) to the green. It is a beautiful and unusual hole as it twists through a small gully. Even the green is beautiful with a stream on both sides, but nothing in front except a verdant approach.

The course is moderately easy and rather pretty. The front nine is up and down--number 5 penalizes tee shots that stray in either direction and 8 gives you an interesing water carry from a fairly steep downhill lie. (I hit a good drive today, but took a 5W/2I hybrid over the water since I was not certain I could get the loft I needed.) But otherwise, these are just everyday golf holes as you would expect them. You can pick up strokes on the back nine with the short par threes. Do not go right on #ten unless you have a chainsaw with you. 12 is an excellent hole that rewards an accurate drive but does not penalize (too much) an errant drive. 15 is too tough to be a par 3 for most people and is the one unfair hole on the course--I can drive it, but I doubt that a whole lot of people can. #16 is greatthere is a gully slicing across it diagonally. Short hitters can go right and then hit something long to the forgiving side of the green. Long hitters can go left and go right at the flag knowing that, unless they try to hit too cute a shot, the worst they will have is a dreadful downhill putt. #16 is what a golf hole should be all about. All types of players can score on this hole as it requires thought instead of just conceding that the hole will be easiest for the person who bangs it the furtherest. In fact, too far a drive down the left and the player will be happy just to get back to the fairway. I guess it is obvious that I think the back 9 is the better nine, but that does not mean that the front 9 is a weak nine--it just offers less variety and rewards big hitters a little too much for my taste (and I probably average around 270 on my drives.)

Reviewed July 19, 2010

Hey Valerie, break out the check book and buy some sand for heaven's sake and clean out the weeds around the traps!!!
No wonder the parking lot isn't full any more.

Reviewed June 07, 2010

It's a shame. This course has a lot of potential. It appears that the minimum investment is put into the course, though. The fairways aren't defined with rough, the pond water smells terrible, and worst of all are the sand traps. The one exception are the greens which are always in good shape it seems.

The area is nice, the course is challenging... it just needs some investment.

Reviewed April 29, 2010

Cheap and it shows

Reviewed August 02, 2009

a nice tree-line course. owner cut corners- lacking intermediate rough. One tough hole is no. 3 a tight dog-leg left up hill to a small green. if you use a 5 wood, you would need a long iron to reach the green. No. 15 a 235yd par 3 is too long for white tees, I believe even the ladies tees are over 200 yds. the tees should be moved up to around 200 for men. the next hole, a par 4, is a neat risk/reward, either lay back to the end of the plateau, and face a long iron to a severely elevated green, or blast a driver down into the ravine, and take your chances on a decent line(over 70% if you hit it straight), then hit a 9 or pitching wedge to the top of a steep hill. the green has a backstop on the right, so aim for that. No. 17 is totally unfair. a sharp dogleg left, with trees blocking your tee shot, and an upslope on the right about 150 yds out. Even if you land on the right side of the fairway, laying back, you can't attack the green because of a tree in front of it. Here you need to draw a 3 iron perfectly to have a decent mid-iron shot.
tee boxes weren't so nice, but greens were fine, most seem to slope back to front, but speed was slow, greens not cut reasonably(perhaps to save cost), compared to a typical course, which affects putting here and the next course. rough was high, slowing play.
At $30 to walk on weekends a little overpriced, as maintenance is below standards.
Just appears as though owner skimps on some course essentials.
Layout has potential, if nos 15 & 17 could be modified, and intermediate rough added to fairways.

Reviewed July 04, 2008

Course Staff was extremely rude and quick with me. I have never experienced such poor customer srvice anywhere I have ever played in my life.

Reviewed May 05, 2008

Very nice, in good condition everything green and in good shape, nice changes in elevation.

Reviewed January 29, 2008

Reviewed June 26, 2007

Nice Course

Hilly layout that takes advantage of the terrain at every turn. Front 9 features several long par 4's and 3 par 5's. The most interesting holes, however, are on the back 9. The 245-yard par 3 15th demands a straight, long drive. Even more challenging is the par-4 16th: a fairway that falls off sharply into a gully, then marches back uphill to a highly elevated hinged green. The 17th is almost unfair: the dogleg lurches sharply left scarcely 150 yards from the tee in a very narrow fairway that runs along a creek, leaving the cautious player with a mid-iron into a tiny, steeply sloped green. This is a beautiful course , fairly well-maintained (especially the greens).

Reviewed June 21, 2007

Well Worth it

This is a very nice golf course. Very well maintained with some tight fairways. Plenty of unique holes including a 245 yard par 3. Don't know what other reviewer was talking about with rowdy beer drinking golfers. I've played many weekends with no problems. I consider this one of the better courses in the area.

Reviewed July 23, 2006

Arrowhead Problems

This course used to be a pleasure to play, but the lack of rangers keeping tabs on the action has lead to extremely long play times and lots of alchohol use on the course. This is quite a shame, since the course itself is really nice and the price is great. Unfortunately, the amount of wild activity on the course makes it difficult to enjoy this one.


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Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 Mark H. 15 80 65 06/29/08
2 Roy T. 29 97 68 07/26/07
3 Tim N. 13 81 68 07/26/10
4 Bud W. 13 81 68 04/24/10
5 Larry J. 16 84 68 07/02/12
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About Arrowhead, Red/White

Arrowhead Golf Course

Golf Only facility

27 regulation holes

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Course Staff

Valerie McLean-Keller, Owner/General Manager
Steve Beidler, Superintendent
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