The story of The Club at ArrowCreek is really interesting. A group of 36 investors bought the ArrowCreek Country Club from the Federal Bankruptcy Court in October 2014.
In 2015, the new investors made both its 18-hole championship courses private. In the last five years, Arnold Palmer Golf Management was in charge of the management of The Club at ArrowCreek.
The Club at ArrowCreek is now owned by businessman Raymond Conrad.
Arnold Palmer was the designer of the Legend Course (it was open to the public between 2006-2015; see picture below), while the Challenge Course was designed by John Harbottle and 1979 Masters champion Fuzzy Zoeller.
The 7,115-yard Legend course (see above) opened for play in 1999, while The Challenge Course opened in 2000 and measures 7,433 yards from the tips.
Both golf courses were recently improved with irrigation system upgrades, new drainage systems, bunker renovations, and cart path repairs and additions.
The Club at ArrowCreek: $40 million renovation project
The Club at ArrowCreek is in the midst of a $40 million renovation project that includes
- a new pool complex, a new “Back Yard” area,
- enhanced practice areas and
- additional food & beverage venues as part of phase one.
The new pool complex features a 15,000 square-foot furnished deck, a 5,000 square-foot pool, an outdoor bar, flat-screen televisions, an outdoor entertainment venue, and more.
Amenities in the Back Yard include a new putting green that includes low-level lighting for evening events, a water feature, bocce courts and an event lawn.
In phase two of the renovation project, the Club’s full-service clubhouse will be enhanced to provide members with
- multiple new dining options; incredible city and mountain views;
- new meeting and event space; as well as a fitness center.
Most recently Troon Privé was selected to manage The Club at ArrowCreek in Reno, Nevada.