Bridgewater Country Club is one of the finest and most challenging golf courses in the Niagara Region and Western New York. Designed and built by renowned Golf Course Architect Stanley Thompson in 1923 it was originally called Erie Downs Golf and Country Club until the late 70’s when the name changed to Bridgewater Country Club. Erie Downs was home to the 1933 Ontario Open, which was won by Sam Snead and hosted the Ontario Open again in 1993.
Bridgewater Country Club offers a variety of memberships, which will suit your every need. Weekday and full memberships are available as well as an age graduated dues schedule to fit your budget. Your annual membership fees include year round use of the clubhouse, use of the practice facilities, locker and change rooms, club storage and cleaning, handicap, and many other amenities. Full memberships include children under the age of 19 at no extra charge. Discounts are also given to children and grandchildren of full paying members.
What makes Bridgewater Country Club stand out from others is the unique friendship and bond amongst its members and staff. Contact the club office and before you know it you’ll be here.