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East Region

Must Play Courses

Bridgewater East GC (Auburn)

Bridgewater East GC PictureDescription: The 36 holes at Bridgewater Golf Club present the golfer with a tremendous amount of variety. The championship East Course is much more modern than the West Course, which was established in 1922. The East has an ample amount of water hazards; water comes into play on 15 of the 18 holes. The course stretches to 7,272 yards, giving even accomplished players all they can handle. Formerly known as Greenhurst County Club, The West is an old school layout with narrow tree-lined fairways and small, well-protected greens. The shorter yardage and proximity of holes make it an ideal walking course.

Signature Hole: The longest and most demanding hole on the golf course is revealed as the back nine grinds to a halt. Water is once again in play, and large mature trees stand at attention on the left side of No. 10. Almost never reachable in two, a solid drive followed by a well-struck long iron will leave a difficult third shot over the creek and between the trees to a deep and sloping green. Par is a good result here.

Cherry Hill GC (Fort Wayne)

Cherry Hill GC PictureDescription: Designed in 1996 by Max Robertson and Mark Slater, Cherry Hill is a picturesque 18-hole championship course featuring Indiana's only true island green hole. The layout was hailed as one of the Hoosier State's best new courses when it debuted. Thanks to exemplary playing conditions on beautifully manicured grounds from tee to green, Cherry Hill has been rated 4.5 stars and was voted as the No. 1 public course in Fort Wayne.

Signature Hole: Hole No. 6 at Cherry Hill boasts Indiana's only true island green. This truly breathtaking hole demands respect from even the most advanced golfer. The objective here is to just stay dry!

Cobblestone GC (Kendallville)

Cobblestone GC PictureDescription: Cobblestone Golf Club features an assortment of challenging design elements large, undulating greens, substantial elevation changes, sand, water and a handful of tight fairways. In order to score well, the golfer will need to excel in all areas of the game. The demanding layout is spread over 300 acres of lush, rolling Indiana landscape. Shortly after the course opened in May 1998, Golf Digest rated Cobblestone among the top 10 Best New Aff ordable Public Courses.

Signature Hole: There is little room for error when dealing with Cobblestone's signature hole the 203-yard, par-3 12th. This postcard worthy hole is noticeable from the front entrance to the golf course. Playing downhill to an amphitheater green that is wider than it is deep this tee shot must navigate a host of potential land mines.

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