Bridgewater Links Golf Course
|Blue M: 36.1/113||191||180||217||237||169||156||178||309||132||1769||1769|
|White M: 35.0/111 W: 34.0/109||180||152||205||205||134||146||157||270||118||1567||1567|
|Red W: 33.1/105||170||96||185||158||116||130||125||242||108||1330||1330|
Short Executive course
Went out and walked this course while in Lake Havasu last weekend. Stopped by @ 2pm to play 9 holes and found the Pro Shop locked, the sign on the door stated they were only open from 6a - noon this time of year?
Since the gate was still open, even @ 111 degrees, I grabbed a couple of clubs and walked the course. The layout is surprisingly hilly considering it is literally right on Lake Havasu. A couple of very short par 4's and par 3's made for a representative Executive Par 30 layout @ a resort.
The entire course was Bermuda. The tees were shaggy, maintained high without alot of divot repair.
The fairways and rough were both maintained high with a few bare areas. It looked like they mowed maybe once a week.
The sand traps were very poorly maintained. Crusty with both a lack of quality sand and too many clumps of grass growing in them = poor.
The greens were shaggy. They putted SLOW, and I mean slow. More like fringes on many courses.
The layout was okay for a resort executive course. The conditions were well below average. Recommended only if you really need a golf fix.