Bridgewater opened for play in July of 1999 and was designed with water features on many of the holes. Featuring five sets of tees that range in yardage from 7,272 to 5,107, everyone can choose a yardage that best suits their ability.
Although constructed in an area with very few trees, the front nine was designed with water coming into play on eight of the nine holes. From the first hole that requires players to cross the same meandering creek twice, to the ninth hole that features another creek and two large ponds, players will find the importance of hitting fairways off the tee.
There is no letting up on the back nine, as again water comes into play on seven of the nine holes. Starting on the longest and most difficult hole on the golf course, players will notice the large, mature trees lining the left side of number ten. The combination of trees and water will continue through the final hole as again another difficult par five will stand between you and the 19th hole.