The Bridges Golf Club

The Bridges Golf Club has been considered as the only true “stay and play” golf resort and casino in the Gulf Coast of Mississippi that opened for play in 2006. Designed by the famed Arnold Palmer, this 18-hole golf course offers the 6,841-yard par-72 play with a course rating of 73.5 and a slope rating of 138. This golf gem features the adaptable tee boxes, 21 bridges with almost a mile length each, and the bulkheads that were carefully incorporated on the banks of the stunning Bay of St. Louis in Mississippi. The 600 acres of stately pines, magnolias, moss-draped live oaks, and sweeping vistas of the saltwater marsh serves as an avenue where golfers can have the extraordinary golfing experience.

Aside from the award-winning golf course, The Bridges Golf Club also offers golf guests with the full-service practice facility that features the hitting stations with rolling fairways, four target greens, a practice tee surface, and the premier lighting system for guests who prefer the night practice. The resort also has a bar and grill, a golf shop, the beverage cart service, banquet facilities, locker rooms with showers, golf instructions, and a luxurious clubhouse.

With the resort’s dedication to the preservation of the natural habitat, The Bridges is the world’s first golf resort that obtained the Audubon International’s Certified Silver Signature status. Aside from that prestigious citation, The Bridges Golf Club was also named as one of the “Top 40 Casino Courses in the Country” and the “Top 10 Courses in the State” by Golfweek and Golf Digest. The resort also served as the proud host to several golf competitions including the PGA Tour’s Pro-Am, The Brett Favre Celebrity Golf Tournament, Bridges All-American Intercollegiate Invitation, Heartland Senior Tour, and many more.


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