Trip Planner:   USA  /  Florida  /  Broward County  /  Weston  /  Golf  /  Bonaventure Golf Club

Bonaventure Golf Club, Weston

(2.7/5 based on 160+ reviews on the web)
A semi-private Fort Lauderdale golf facility open to all; featuring an 18-Hole Championship golf course unencumbered by residential communities, creating a scenic golf experience. Players of all skill levels will find a superb South Florida golf resort experience and golfing challenge. Featuring the Nationally Famous #3 Waterfall Hole.
Plan your Bonaventure Golf Club visit and explore what else you can see and do in Weston using our Weston travel itinerary planner.
Create a full Weston itinerary

Plan your trip to Weston

  • Get a personalized plan

    A complete day-by-day itinerary
    based on your preferences
  • Customize it

    Refine your plan. We'll find the
    best routes and schedules
  • Book it

    Choose from the best hotels
    and activities. Up to 50% off
  • Manage it

    Everything in one place.
    Everyone on the same page.
  • Ask any golfer when they found the pro shop staff really friendly, and the starter really nice, and they will say never. Not here though. Its hard to say enough about how obliging they are here and th...  more »
  • played golf there the last 2 weeks in a row and found the course in good condition and the pricing extremely fair during the season. 
  • Weston is a quiet town, golf course of Weston also, it is, peaceful, without much pressure from people and the field, which allows you to play and enjoy your stay, the best hole is the par 3 waterfall
    View original
  • We love Bonaventure Golf! Kudos to Mike Weaver for running a first rate golf experience!!! All the staff super friendly and accommodating!!! Can't wait to play next weekend!
  • I wish I could give them a 0...this golf course is probably the most overpriced in south Florida. They were just put under new management and I thought this would improve the course and staff a little, but it did not. First of all the website that they have up was updated not even a month ago probably and my friends and I saw that there was a junior rate for 13-19 year olds that said "after 12 pm $15 walking/$20 riding. We thought this was a great deal so I made a tee time. While making the tee time I specifically asked the woman that was at the pro shop on the phone with me if that rate actually applied. She looked at the website and said that it does because the website was updated to current times. I made the tee time thinking we were going to pay 20 dollars. When we came to the course a few days later for our tee time, we went to pay and were told that it was 40 per person. My friends and I were surprised and decided to show the man at the pro shop the website. When we did this he looked and said "that can't be right." As he did this the new owner of the course came up from behind and wanted to see what the problem was. I showed him my phone that specifically stated 20 dollars for riding as a junior rate after noon. He just looked at it and said "that can't be right. It's wrong, I'll have to change it." We tried to tell him that it's unfair for us to pay the 40 dollars because we were misinformed. He just began to walk out back to his office and while walking away waved us off telling the pro shop employee to "give them a bucket of balls or something." We continued to try and change the rate to 20 because it was unfair and then the pro shop employee says "you see that means 15 dollars walking and the slash means 15 plus 20 more for the cart." We couldn't argue with his ignorance anymore so we just decided to pay and play. Since we paid $20 more than we expected we were at least hoping the course would be in good shape. I guess after the staff and even the manager giving us such a terrible experience we should've known better. EVERY SINGLE GREEN WAS SANDY. They had not been airrated recently either so this was strange. There was a couple of holes where there were shovels and huge holes in front of the green where they were working on drainage systems. This wasn't surprising though because even though it had rained about a week ago, the course was still muddy in areas and my ball stuck into the green on more than 4 different holes. This was probably the worst experience I've ever had at a golf course. Salty staff and sandy greens....
  • See, in life, sometimes people try to weasel their way out of things, try to be slick to avoid blame or responsibility. This, my friends, is called finesse, and BOY was I FINESSED yesterday afternoon. When I see a price listed on a website, that HAS TO BE HONORED. They did not do that. Zero accountability. The dude at the front desk kept laughing at me, NO ONE LAUGHS AT ME. What season is it right now? Is it the last day of fall? Is it already winter? At Bonaventure Country Club, it is FINESSE season. The owners are finessers, the cashiers are finessers, even the greens are finessers. Sandyyyyyyy. That is all.
  • Oh the bufoonery that took place at this sandy dump, these mooks charged us double the price from when we originally made the tee time saying that they changed their prices after we made the tee time and before we got there... OH REALLY, we called and confirmed with the pro shop that the price was indeed $20 for 19 year olds, and we in fact got ourselves finessed. We showed immense evidence of the price being $20 on the courses own WEBSITE and what did they do? THEY CHANGE THEIR WEBSITE IN FRONT OF US WHILE WE POINTED IT OUT TO THEM. No accountability for their poor grammatical errors and atrocious customer service.
  • The web page needs to be revised, the course is not in the shape as they profess. the fairways were mowed but not taken care of, lots of bare spots and weeds. Most of the greens had dead spots and some with bare spots. I was expecting to see a waterfall as shown in the picture but guess what it wasn't working. I have found public, city owned, courses in better shape than this one. The staff were friendly and accommodating and worked with getting me on the course without a tee time. I'm sure this course could be top notch again if a little time and money were invested in making it so.