Wednesday, April 3, 2013
The golf course at Arrowhead Golf Club will open at 12 p.m. Thursday, April 4.
The Arrowhead Golf Club course in Wheaton will open for the summer season 12 p.m. Thursday, April 4. Arrowhead's 27-hole, 221-acre course will be open from 9 a.m. until dusk. Permanent tee times are still available for summer weekends. Resident rates for weekends and weekdays after 2 p.m. are $20 for nine holes, $40 for 18 holes and $20 for 18 holes after 5 p.m. Resident rates for weekend and holiday play are $22.50 for nine holes, $45 for 18 holes and $20 for 18 holes after 5 p.m. To make a tee time, call Arrowhead at 630-653-5800, or reserve it online here. Private and group lessons from Arrowhead PGA Golf Pro Billy Klemz are available. Find more information here. There are plenty of ways to keep up with Wheaton news:
Friday, March 29, 2013
'Best of the West' picks include Arrowhead Golf Club, Wheaton Public Library and Studio Movie Grill.
"West Suburban Living" magazine has published its results of the 17th annual "Best of the West" winners after readers ranked their favorite spots in the western suburbs. READ: "'BEST OF THE WEST': WHEATON RESTAURANTS CLEAN UP IN 'WEST SUBURBAN LIVING' RANKING READ: 'BEST OF THE WEST' INCLUDES WHEATON SHOPS, SERVICES In the activities, entertainment and sports categories, Wheaton businesses received recognition. You can read the full article here. BEST FESTIVAL OR FAIR Taste of Wheaton (in other favorites) BEST FARMER'S MARKET Wheaton French Market BEST MUSEUM Cantigny, followed by the Wheaton Historical Museum (2nd) BEST PUBLIC LIBRARY Wheaton Public Library BEST MOVIE THEATER Studio Movie Grill (2nd) BEST HISTORIC LANDMARK OR ATTRACTION …
Friday, January 4, 2013
The first game features the Cincinnati Bengals at the Houston Texans at 3:30 p.m. (CST).
Although the Bears didn't make it into the playoffs, there are still plenty of teams to watch as they battle it out to take home the title of Super Bowl XLVII Champions. But first, they have to get through the playoffs. And for eight teams, this weekend is all about getting that Wildcard spot. The teams playing this weekend are: For those already looking ahead, check out the full NFL playoff schedule here. If you're looking for someplace to take in the game other than your couch, here are some local bars and grills around Wheaton that might be a great location.
Thursday, June 7, 2012
Arrowhead Golf Club food services are down for the rest of the night due to a ruptured gas line on Butterfield Road in Wheaton. The bar will reopen at 7:30 p.m.
Updated Friday, 10:54 a.m. Arrowhead Restaurant and Bar is open for food service after a short closure due to a ruptured gas line Thursday night. Food service at Arrowhead Restaurant and Bar in Wheaton was closed most of Thursday evening after a construction crew ruptured a gas line on Butterfield Road, according to an announcement Arrowhead sent around 6 p.m. Thursday. The golf shop, driving range and course are open. Construction crews informed park district staff the line ruptured around 11:50 a.m., said parks Executive Director Mike Benard. No one was injured or hospitalized, but the smell was obvious, Benard said. The bar will reopen at 7:30 p.m.
Saturday, December 3, 2011
Patch recaps top news stories from the week of Nov. 27-Dec. 3.
Cubs Outfielder Moves to Wheaton David DeJesus, who signed with the Chicago Cubs Wednesday, Nov. 30, bought a house in Wheaton, according to the Chicago Tribune. Wheaton College Mourns Death of Student, Other Plane Crash Victims Students gathered in chapel Monday to mourn the loss of Ramie Harris, a 21-year-old junior who died in the crash of a small plane near Crystal Lake last Saturday. COD Votes to De-Annex While Village Begins Enforcing Local Ordinances on Campus College of DuPage officials voted Wednesday to sever ties with the Village of Glen Ellyn. However, village officials were set to begin enforcing local ordinances and codes at the college Dec. 1. Park District Exploring Idea for Hotel at Arrowhead Park officials approved an …
Thursday, July 21, 2011
Park District board of commissioners sign letter of commitment with golf course developer Fairway Suites, LLC to bring a hotel to Arrowhead in Wheaton.
The Wheaton Park District entered into an agreement Wednesday to bring a hotel to the Arrowhead Golf Club property. Officials signed a letter of commitment with Fairway Suites, LLC, allowing them to represent the park district in presentations to hotel chains such as Marriot, Hilton and Hyatt for a potential project. According to a report submitted to the park district by Fairway, the hotel would have approximately 120 suites. Assuming the hotel operates at 70 percent occupancy, the hotel would generate 45,000 guests per year, the report states. Board Commissioner Kim VanderSchaaf said that the hotel would not meet the mission of the park district and was not needed at the facility. Commissioner Phil Luetkehans said the hotel would help …
Tuesday, April 26, 2011
Park District officials and staff discussed the idea of a daycare program at Arrowhead Golf Club for restaurant and golf patrons.
Wheaton Park District officials considered daycare as an additional source of revenue for Arrowhead Golf Club during a board meeting Wednesday. Park District staff included the idea as an “opportunity” for the park district in a business report for the board. Andy Bendy, Director of Special Facilities at the park district, explained that the daycare wouldn’t be an all day program, but a service available to restaurant and golf patrons who are unable to find a babysitter. Park District Executive Director Mike Benard compared the idea to Kidz Kingdom, a daycare program currently offered at Parks Plus Fitness. Board member Phil Luetkehans said he thought of one of the downstairs rooms at Arrowhead as a potential space for the service. “That …
Sunday, October 10, 2010
Wheaton residents remembered their heritage at the luminary walk at Arrowhead Golf Club yesterday, Saturday, Oct. 9.
The DuPage County Historical Museum partnered with Arrowhead Golf Club to "shed a light on history." Wheaton history, to be precise. Luminary bags lined the walkways of the golf course, for the luminary walk at Arrowhead yesterday, Saturday, Oct. 9. Families purchased and decorated these bags to share their parts of Wheaton history. Some simply listed the name of a past or present citizen, while others created intricate designs or favorite team logos. Hundreds of luminary bags lit up the October night sky. Museum officials were on-hand to direct traffic through the luminary walkways, and a fire-pit gave participants a cozy forum to discuss Wheaton history. "Kids decorated the bags, even putting their pets as part of the family," Museum …
Tuesday, October 5, 2010
The WWS girls golf team played St. Charles East yesterday, Monday, Oct. 4 at Arrowhead Golf Club and lost 171-173.
The Wheaton Warrenville South girls varsity golf team lost 171-173 to St. Charles East yesterday, Monday, Oct. 4 at Arrowhead Golf Club. Senior Sarah Skurla led the Tigers with 39 strokes. Sophomore Renee Solberg had 43. Skurla dodged a difficult situation on the 9th hole when she shot from the fairway and the ball went over the green, bounced onto the cart path, hit the clubhouse, bounced back onto the path and then again to the edge of the green for about a 40-foot putt. Yesterday was also the team's senior night, honoring seniors Sarah Skurla, Katie Novosad and Bekah Munday. The Tigers girls golf team will play in the IHSA regionals tomorrow, Wednesday, Oct. 6 at St. Andrews Golf and Country Club in West Chicago.
Friday, October 1, 2010
Falcons ride junior Sam Otto's 87 to a 357 at Bartlett Hills Thursday.
BARTLETT—Wheaton North's boys golf team knew it was out of contention for the team title at the DuPage Valley Conference meet at Bartlett Hills yesterday, Thursday, Sept. 30, but the Falcons still wanted to climb up in the standings. Despite shooting a high total of 357, the Falcons were able to break a deadlock with Glenbard North to finish sixth in the final DVC standings. "We were looking at coming in and seeing how far we could move up," Wheaton North coach Mike Pribaz said. "If we played better, we could have moved up more. To move up at all is good. I'm disappointed in the score. All of these guys, I know they can shoot better, but probably everybody could say that." Junior Sam Otto, the Falcons' No. 1 golfer, struggled early. He …