Bonita Bay East Summer Program a Hole-in-One

bonita_bay_club_east.jpgNaples, Fla. (April 18, 2012) – Unlimited golf at Southwest Florida’s most extraordinary pure golf experience make Bonita Bay East’s Summer Passport Program one of the area’s best golf deals for daily fee play. Located in North Naples, the 1,400-acre golf facility features two award-winning Tom Fazio-designed championship courses. The nonresidential golf facility has been one of the region’s most sought-after golf experiences since it opened as a private club in 1997.

For $600 per person or $850 for a couple, the Summer Passport Program includes unlimited play on The Cypress and The Sabal courses from May 1 through Oct. 31, 2012, and a cart fee of only $25 per person. This one-of-a-kind program includes use of the state-of-the-art practice facility prior to scheduled tee times. Players also receive use of the 8,000-square-foot lodge-inspired clubhouse, dining room, mixed grille and bar within one hour of play. 

“For as little as $100 per month, golfers can take advantage of two Audubon Signature Sanctuary courses,” said Jay Severson, director of golf sales at Bonita Bay East. “Unlimited golf during the slower summer months is ideal for first-timers as well as seasoned golfers in the area’s most natural habitat.”


Cypress, 18th hole


 Sabal, 2nd hole

The Cypress is an impressive 5,999 to 7,077-yard course. The longest Bonita Bay East championship course with the front nine featuring spacious fairways and natural bunkering that gives way to the forested back nine’s layout. The 6,029 to 7,038-yard Sabal course mingles difficulty and diversion which delights novice golfers while experienced players are challenged to swing for the pin with sub-par scores on nearly every hole.

The two Bonita Bay East courses wind through open areas, marsh and woodland and past cypress stands where players often see wild turkey, marsh birds, rabbits and white tailed deer. It was the first 36-hole facility in the world to achieve Audubon International Signature Sanctuary status. Bonita Bay East’s site includes 895 acres of cypress wetlands, 190 acres of pine flats, lakes and hundreds of native sabal palms.

Bonita Bay received the 1999 Golf Digest Environmental Leader in Golf Award from Golf Digest and the National Environmental Steward Award from the Golf Course Superintendents Association of America and was included among Travel + Leisure Golf’s top 100 golf communities in America each year since 2006, Links magazine’s 2006-07, 2007-08 and 2008-09 lists of America’s Premier Properties and Golf Connoisseur’s 2007 list of the top 40 golf communities in America.

Bonita Bay East is located on Immokalee Road six miles east of I-75. For additional information or to schedule a tee time, contact Jay Severson at 239-405-9002, e-mail or visit


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