BONIFAY - Maintenance

Bonifay Country Club is proudly maintained by ASG Solutions with Josh Parker currently serving as the Head Superintendent. With our wide open layout, gently rolling hills, and large greens, Bonifay is typically a golfer friendly course with fantastic playing conditions! 

Special Projects / Maintenance Updates:


While around the greens here at Bonifay, you may notice a distinct difference in the turf that borders each green (called the collar) and the actual green itself. This is due to the completion of our latest improvement project of replacing all of the collar turf on all 27 holes and the practice greens! We are very pleased with how this project turned out and how the turf has been able to grow in nicely. We believe this enhances the playing experience for our golfers and gives each green a distinct definition upon approach.

There are a few common items that we ask our golfers to keep in mind during their round of golf on Bonifay:


When driving a golf car on the course, please be mindful of certain areas that you may come across.

     o    WET AREAS should be properly marked with signage but in the event there is an area that is not, please avoid them by taking an alternate route. Tire traffic is very damaging to wet turf and can take weeks to repair.

     o    WORN TURF AREAS are very common in high traffic patterns, particularly around tees, bunkers, and greens. If you see any area of “thin” turf or bare dirt, please take an alternate route to your destination.


Before leaving a bunker, a player should carefully fill up and smooth over all holes and footprints they have made.

     o    ENTER THE BUNKER at the lowest point closest to the ball to avoid unnecessary damage to the lip.

     o    ON ALL COURSES AT THE VILLAGES, we request that rakes be replaced INSIDE the bunker at 90 degrees to the edge of the bunker.


Sand should be used to replace divots taken during a swing.

     o    COMPLIMENTARY SAND is available at all Championship and Executive courses.

     o    DAMAGE THROUGH PRACTICE SWINGS. Players should never damage the turf during practice swings. All damage to the course during a shot should be repaired to aid speedy recovery.

     o    EACH PRIVATE GOLF CAR OWNER should obtain a sand bucket or container for filling divots.

     o    TO MAXIMIZE THE USE OF THE GRASS on the driving range tee, please place your ball at the grassy back edge of your previous divot, removing just a small portion of grass with each swing.


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