Bridgewater East Golf Club
1818 Morning Star Road
Auburn, IN 46706
West Course Tour
- Hole 1
- Hole 2
- Hole 3
- Hole 4
- Hole 5
- Hole 6
- Hole 7
- Hole 8
- Hole 9
- Hole 10
- Hole 11
- Hole 12
- Hole 13
- Hole 14
- Hole 15
- Hole 16
- Hole 17
- Hole 18
The first hole is a dogleg left par five that offers a good birdie opportunity to start your day. Players must keep their drive down the left side to keep from being blocked out to the green by the trees on the left. Two bunkers guard the green, which can be difficult to read depending on the hole placement.
The par three second requires a long iron or utility club to a very small difficult green. Making par here is not common.
The first of five consecutive par fours, the third hole is a dogleg left that requires a drive down the right side. Going left off the tee will result in a punch shot back to the fairway from a heavily wooded area. The second shot will be a short iron to a narrow green angled away from the player.
Number four is a very narrow hole with o.b. left and a large swale with trees to the right. The smart play is a long iron to the fairway that leaves a short iron to a wide but shallow green. Check the hole location and avoid going long of the green, which always results in bogey.
One of the hardest holes on the front nine, number five is a sharp dog-leg right that requires a 175 yard shot from the tee in order to set up a wide open second shot to a very large green. Making par here is a good score.
Number six is a short, uphill, drivable par four that yields a lot of birdies. Players that can avoid the two bunkers in front of the green will have a relatively simple shot to a flat easy green.
The seventh hole features a creek that crosses the fairway roughly 240 yards from the tee, making the smart play a fairway wood to stay short of it. From there, a middle iron is left to a narrow, but very deep green. Be sure to check the hole placement and trust the yardage.
The par three eighth is a short par three with a peninsula style green. Players must avoid the pond short, right and behind the green. A very undulated green awaits that makes three putting a possibility.
The final hole on the front nine is another sharp, dogleg right that requires a long iron in the middle of the fairway. The second shot is a short to mid iron to a green that slopes from back left to front right.
Hole number ten is straightaway par five that requires three solid shots to reach this long hole. O.B. on the left side is closer than it appears and the right side is guarded by sporadic fairway bunkers. The deep and narrow green is very undulated and makes par a great score.
The eleventh hole is another long par three that requires a very precise shot from the tee. The key to making par on this difficult hole is to keep the ball below the hole.
The par four twelfth is another very narrow hole that requires a very accurate tee shot. With o.b. on the left, trees on the right and a creek that crosses the fairway, the smart play is a fairway wood about 230 yards. The second shot is a short to mid iron to a narrow and deep green that is severely undulated. Be sure to check the hole location when making your club selection.
Hole number thirteen is a very short par four that features a 90° dogleg right. The tee shot should be played 200 yards to leave a wedge to short iron into the green. This is a great hole to make birdie.
The fourteenth is another drivable par four that gives up a lot of birdies. The green sits up high on a hill, which makes accuracy key to this hole. If unable to reach the green from the tee, the best play is an iron to the middle of the fairway to offer a level lie.
The par four fifteenth is a straightaway hole that plays into the prevailing wind making it play longer than the yardage reads. Take an extra club and hit away.
Sixteen is slight dogleg right par five that can be reached in two for most players. A solid drive down the left side will leave a wide open shot to very generous green that is open in front to accept shots that come in low and rolling.
Hole seventeen is a very good par three that requires players to carry a large valley from tee to green. A solid tee shot will lead to an easy par.
The home hole is a long par five that plays into the prevailing wind making a long three shot hole. After a solid drive and solid second shot players will be left with a demanding third that must be kept below the hole to have any chance of two putting.