Popular Shadow Wood Country Club is expanding. The club’s currently in the process of adding on to its main clubhouse, creating a massive new covered outdoor dining space for members to enjoy.
The North Course at Shadow Wood Country Club is back open and better than ever, following a round of summer renovations that greatly improved the course. Guided by notes left by the original course designer, Bob Cupp, architects took a closer look and review of the entire course
With a large selection of homes to choose from and country club amenities, Shadow Wood has much to offer prospective residents. This attractive, members-owned country club community enjoys an impressive trio of championship golf courses, surrounded by the natural beauty of Southwest Florida.
With an outstanding three championship golf courses to its name, Shadow Wood is set to bring an even more enhanced playing experience to members in the near future with renovations planned at two of its courses over the coming years.
The Commons Club at The Brooks in Bonita Springs offers its residents recreational, cultural and educational amenities in line with a relaxed casual yet sophisticated Florida lifestyle. The optional members-only club serving 2,300 families in a serene park setting houses an Amenity Center with a full Fitness & Spa, Enrichment Center, a private lakeside restaurant, and a private Beach Club on exclusive Little Hickory Island.
Enjoy your private beach club at The Commons Club at The Brooks, a premier master-planned development in Bonita Springs, featuring residences, a shopping town center, community parks and social activities. The Brooks has 4,200 residences in 4 upscale adjacent communities.
The latest new gated enclave in one of Southwest Florida’s most well-loved master planned communities by homebuilder Taylor Morrison, Pebble Pointe at The Brooks, is coming to Estero soon. Residents will enjoy easy access to the beauty of Sanibel and Captiva Islands, in addition to nearby beaches, marinas and state parks.
As reported in the News-Press, the Bonita Bay Club has invested $3.5M over the past nine months to make improvements several key areas of the club. This investment comes after the members of the Bonita Bay Club purchased the club from developer and previous owner Bonita Bay Group in March, 2010.