Timothy Liddy was the project architect for this new 18 hole golf course and practice range located in Carmel, Indiana. Distinctive bunkering and wide playing corridors exemplify this parkland golf course. The surrounding housing areas were sold out 2 years ahead of schedule making this one of the most successful land developments in Indiana.
The practice facility is ranked as one of the best in the country. It has been designed to provide the aesthetics, presentation, and look of a real golf course. The practice range has two contoured fairways with nine target greens and multiple bunkers, giving the feel of actual golf course shots.
Another feature of Bridegwater Club is a nine hole executive golf course, measuring 1,700 yards. The Executive Course allows every player the chance to play and practice on a quality golf course...without spending a considerable amount of time. Carved out of a tree farm and sculpted into the gently rolling prairie of central Indiana, the course is a one of a kind environment to practice, learn and entertain all golfers.
In the Summer of 2005, The Bridgewater Club hosted the PING Junior Solheim Cup. This international tournament featured the 12 best female golfers under the age of 18 from the USA vs. the 12 best female golfers from Europe.