The Bridges Golf Club at Hollywood Casino
The Bridges Golf Club at Hollywood Casino is Mississippi's only Arnold Palmer and Ed Seay signature championship golf course and the first resort course in the world to be granted the Audubon Silver Signature Status by Audubon International.
Ranked among the top 10 golf courses in the state by Golf Digest, Bridges is located in a unique setting on 160 acres. The golf course, which opened in 2006, was named for the 21 wooden bridges that span almost one mile over 17 lakes and 14 acres of marsh, wetlands and luscious fairways.
The 18-hole, par-72 course measures 6,841 yards from the longest tees. The course rating is 73.5, with a slope rating of 138 on Bermuda grass.
|Red (W)||72||5108 yards||70.1||126|
|The Kings M: 73.4/137||543||402||165||384||507||437||188||283||415||3324||352||530||190||427||315||227||460||426||590||3517||6841|
|Champion M: 70.1/136||516||347||144||359||502||385||145||274||364||3036||348||502||176||398||305||178||397||391||541||3236||6272|
|Regular M: 68.4/130 W: 73.5/133||494||335||133||342||440||371||132||258||341||2846||329||479||165||376||282||167||378||355||506||3037||5883|
|Red W: 69.2/124||433||307||111||284||379||339||97||225||299||2474||302||420||150||294||242||140||340||324||422||2634||5108|
Food & BeverageBar, Grill, Beverage Carts
Available FacilitiesClubhouse, Meeting Facilities, Banquet Facilities, Locker Rooms
I find this course to be great. I also find it very challenging. Course management is key in my humble opinion. It's of little fault of their own but the divots do get a bit intrusive. Otherwise I have little to complain about. I will continue playing there.
Customer service lacking
Pulled up to bag drop and nobody to direct you where to go! Pro shop playing on their phones or chatting with other coworkers !
Bartender and cart girl were great!!
Don’t bring non golfers
My and my friend’s fiancées wanted to come with and enjoy the day while we played a round. The course wasn’t too full and we thought we would just pay for and extra cart and be on our way. Oh no! Rude guy in the Pro shop said it wasn’t an option and then went back to the phone. Had to buy another green fee and had our tee time push an hour so our wonderful ladies could enjoy the day with us. Would have happily pushed back the tee time but $70 dollars seemed out of order for our additional non players. Course was great, challenging, and in great shape! Just left a bad taste to be over charged for a simple request.
Bridges Gulf Coast
Nice course but put away the driver. It is a shot placement course. You can hit 5 irons to drivers on the tee box. The greens were slow because they were punched about two weeks ago. Everything was in great shape.
Arnie would be sad
This was the first time playing the Bridges in over ten years and to say the course was in poor condition is an understatement.
- the tee boxes were choppy and in need of some leveling.
- the fairways were okay
- the bunkers were a joke. Poorly maintained and some were actually collapsing
- the greens were poor. To many rogue grasses present and large bare spots
- overall maintenance of the course has been greatly neglected. Not worth the $95 greens fee we paid on a Sunday afternoon. There are too many other great courses in the Biloxi area you can play.
Unique Arnie Course
Great golf course that is very different from most. Each hole takes advantage of some part of the coastal, salt marsh terrain. There are truly many boardwalk-style bridges to get from hole to hole.For the season, fairways and greens are in great shape. Course is challenging but fair.
Too many tee times sold
The course was way too packed. We waited 10 to sometimes 20 minutes on tee box only to have a line of carts behind us. Play was slow so we felt rushed the whole course. There was never a time we didn’t have other golfers in front and behind us.
Tough but Fun!
Conditions were good overall considering the time of year. Looks like some tee boxes are getting a makeover and there were some patchy areas on the green. Pins were placed in sections that were in good shape. It was our first time playing the course and it was tough to gage shots without a cart GPS. You really need to know where to hit it...you won't be able to chunk your way around...too many forced carries that favor solid ball striking. We loved the layout and the pace of play was good...wife and I played as a twosome in a little under 4 hours even though we were waiting on two other twosomes in front of us.
It’s a beautiful course with great views and a great staff. The greens are in bad shape for a course of this stature. Several other top courses on the coast have much better greens.
Fairways were full in the dead of winter. Greens were quick but rolled true. Sand bunkers a little thick but consistent throughout the course. Not too long of a course; great for the average handicapped golfer.
Tough for first time playing
Fun layout, if you strike the ball well. There's not much forgiveness on this course. Challenging course for average or higher handicapper. You can't have a bad day striking the ball, or you'll go through a lot of golf balls. First time was a rough experience for my scorecard.