Bonita Bay Club

Golf membership in the Naples, Fort Myers, FL area at Bonita Bay Club West

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Golf membership at Bonita Bay Club gives you access to three impeccable golf courses in Bonita Springs at Bonita Bay Club West and two beautiful courses in Naples at Bonita Bay Club East.

At Bonita Bay Club West, members enjoy three courses within the Bonita Bay gated community in Bonita Springs. These three courses embrace and enhance the natural environment of the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary setting. Not only do members get to play wonderful courses but they also can enjoy the natural beauty around them.

The golf courses are designed by Arthur Hills, who has designed more than 200 golf courses around the world. His courses, including private, resort, upscale, and public golf courses, are beautiful, fun to play, and classic in their character and strategy.

Courses designed by Arthur Hills have been named in the World Top 100 Courses, Best International Courses, Top 100 Best Public Courses, The Top 10 You Can Play and more from Golf Magazine as well as numerous other awards.

Arthur Hills feels with every design, it’s critical to preserve the natural environment. “We strive to create courses that protect the environment and seamlessly blend into their surroundings,” according to his website.

That philosophy is obvious at Bonita Bay Club West. The three courses take full advantage of natural features and each has its own distinct personality. They received Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary status in 1995.

The Marsh

At the Marsh, golfers will be challenged by a course that weaves its way through natural wetlands and native vegetation that provides both landscaping and water hazards. Beautiful oak trees and palmettos form an amazing backdrop.


With broad fairways, limited carrie and changes in land elevation, Creekside has a subtle feeling of rolling hills. Bunkering and moguls add challenge to the greens.

Bay Island

This course is the longest and most challenging of Bonita Bay Club West’s three courses. Drawing from the natural lay of the land, water hazards, sand traps and thickets of oak and cypress await errant shots on a course that plays to all four points of the compass.

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