Seven Bridges Golf Club in Woodridge opened in 1991 on part of the former Woodridge Golf Club, one of Chicago’s first daily-fee golf courses. The Village of Woodridge actually takes its name from this former golf facility that was quite popular throughout the Chicagoland area.
Despite initial community resentment to the new development, course architect Nugent helped win over local residents by preserving much of the site’s natural wetlands and preserving as many mature trees as possible. The success of his efforts led the Woodridge community and Chicago golfers, to embrace Seven Bridges Golf Club as one of the top tracks in the western suburbs.
The golf course is extremely well maintained and is among the top manicured facilities that you’ll find in the area. A mix of open fairways and mature surroundings is a cornerstone of the two-sided approach this golf course presents.