This bridge is by far the largest and longest bridge on the property. It connects hole #18 teebox to the fairway. I did not take part in building this bridge, with the exception of one day. The reason I could not participate in the renovation in this bridge is because of its height. It was too dangerous to renovate and I did not have a safety harness. The highest point in the bridge is about four stories tall. Most of the work on this structure is completed by wearing a safety harness and hanging freely over the edge. The all-thread and lag bolts were fastened into the side of the bridge, limiting the ability to work from the bridges' surface. The ranch club operation employees have the equipment to work on trees and elevated objects, so they were hired to renovate this bridge. These photos were captured midway through the renovation. I worked with them on the first day to help them understand the way the other bridges on the golf course were built. The first half is turning out to look very good.