Bonaire Golf and Country Club - Park/River
|Blue M: 68.7/117||400||138||392||342||458||312||351||398||185||2976||506||369||218||351||332||182||346||350||406||3060||6036|
|White M: 67.2/113 W: 68.2/115||388||130||388||334||452||304||341||380||178||2895||498||361||189||341||329||179||319||344||395||2955||5850|
|Red M: 64.1/107 W: 65.1/109||376||122||292||288||402||242||320||272||161||2475||475||340||175||315||270||124||302||295||345||2641||5116|
The course is in good shape. It has good layout that should fairly challenge any golfer. The problem seems to be the course management. Upon arrival there where several RV's set up in the parking lot. A large group ( 20 - 30 age males) were obviously staying there partying for the weekend. Not sure how this is allowed on any course. Our group of 12 golfers had the misfortune of falling in behind these people. The group of campers formed into a group of playing seven and another group of five plus a few other foursomes. As the day progressed they became drunk, playing loud music, doing donuts in the carts and generally being disrespectful of the course and everyone else. Our final pace of play was 5:35 hours on a course that should be played in 4 hours. We became aware that this group where given carts in the morning and told to play as much as they wanted. Management was contacted and notified of the issues yet did nothing to resolve the problem.
There are numerous golf courses in the area that are all in equal or better condition. My suggestion is to play anywhere else but Bonaire to avoid the potential playing conditions we experienced promoted by a management who obviously doesn't care.