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Carlos Rubio, an employee with Custom Pools of Naples, constructs a new fountain that will have a waterfall wall in the entry of the Bonita Bay Club in Bonita Springs. Since taking over the Bonita Bay Club six months ago, members have agreed to spend $3.5 million on improvements. The renovations include new landscaping and three new fountains, an updated tennis center, new pavers in various areas and an updated bag drop area for the golf courses. Lexey Swall/Staff

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Carlos Rubio, an employee with Custom Pools of Naples, constructs a new fountain that will have a waterfall wall in the entry of the Bonita Bay Club in Bonita Springs. Since taking over the Bonita Bay Club six months ago, members have agreed to spend $3.5 million on improvements. The renovations include new landscaping and three new fountains, an updated tennis center, new pavers in various areas and an updated bag drop area for the golf courses. Lexey Swall/Staff

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  • Roy Schiller, left, Glen Lyall, right, and others get ready to play a round of golf at the Creekside golf course - one of five courses in Bonita Bay - Wednesday in Bonita Springs. The Creekside course just opened after renovations were made, including new cart paths made of concrete instead of asphalt and new pavers in the entrance. Since taking over the Bonita Bay Club six months ago, members have agreed to spend $3.5 million on improvements. Lexey Swall/Staff
  • The Creekside Golf Course at the Bonita Bay Club recently reopened after renovations were made, including new cart paths made of concrete instead of asphalt and new pavers in the entrance. Crushed coquina shells were laid in areas where cart paths cross the field of play at the course, in order to stop the golf balls from ricocheting off the path. Since taking over the Bonita Bay Club six months ago, members have agreed to spend $3.5 million on improvements. Lexey Swall/Staff
  • Carlos Rubio, an employee with Custom Pools of Naples, constructs a new fountain that will have a waterfall wall in the entry of the Bonita Bay Club in Bonita Springs. Since taking over the Bonita Bay Club six months ago, members have agreed to spend $3.5 million on improvements. The renovations include new landscaping and three new fountains, an updated tennis center, new pavers in various areas and an updated bag drop area for the golf courses. Lexey Swall/Staff
  • Doug Garrett, an employee at the Bonita Bay Club golf course, retrieves a bag of clubs for a member in the new baggage room at the club in Bonita Springs. Since taking over the Bonita Bay Club six months ago, members have agreed to spend $3.5 million on improvements. Some of those renovations include new storage for members' golf bags and clubs. The storage space increased capacity by about 100 bags, allowing the facility to house 2,752 bags in shelves that roll on casters for easy mobility. Lexey Swall/Staff
  • Ken Saksa, an employee at the Bonita Bay Club golf course, retrieves a bag of clubs for a member in the new baggage room at the club in Bonita Springs. Since taking over the Bonita Bay Club six months ago, members have agreed to spend $3.5 million on improvements. Some of those renovations include new storage for members' golf bags and clubs. The storage space increased capacity by about 100 bags, allowing the facility to house 2,752 bags in shelves that roll on casters for easy mobility. Lexey Swall/Staff
  • Club members Ron Larry, from left, Roger Davis and Glen Lyall, right, play a round of golf at the Creekside golf course - one of five courses in Bonita Bay - Wednesday in Bonita Springs. The Creekside course just opened after renovations were made, including new cart paths made of concrete instead of asphalt and new pavers in the entrance. Since taking over the Bonita Bay Club six months ago, members have agreed to spend $3.5 million on improvements. Lexey Swall/Staff
  • The Creekside Golf Course at the Bonita Bay Club recently reopened after renovations were made, including new cart paths made of concrete instead of asphalt and new pavers in the entrance. Since taking over the Bonita Bay Club six months ago, members have agreed to spend $3.5 million on improvements. Lexey Swall/Staff

Bonita Bay Club is like a new club. The club is now owned by its members. There are new operating and employee policies, new committees, new staff, new programs – and most noticeably there is a new look.

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