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Steward of Connecticut Golf Since 1899
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15 Minutes With: Paul Bonini

Paul Bonini always has Watertown Golf Club in fantastic shape for the Connecticut Junior Amateur.

(November 29, 2021) - We all love going to the golf course! Whether it is to play in a CSGA championship event, a One Day Series event, or for a casual round with our buddies. However, many golfers don't know what goes into maintaining a golf course and how it is prepared for play each day. We sat down with Watertown Golf Club Head Golf Superintendent Paul Bonini to talk about golf course maintenance, what he enjoys most about the job, the biggest challenges he faces, and much more.

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About the Connecticut State Golf Association

The Connecticut State Golf Association functions as an extension of the USGA and provides stewardship for amateur golf in Connecticut. Founded in 1899, it is the country’s oldest state golf association and conducts over 60 Championships, Qualifiers, and One Day Tournaments throughout the year.

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About the CSGA

Founded in 1899, the CSGA is the country's oldest state golf association and, as an Allied Golf Association of the USGA, provides stewardship for amateur golf in Connecticut. In addition to administering handicaps for over 40,000 members at 181 member clubs, the CSGA conducts more than 85 days of competition throughout the year for golfers of all ages, genders, and skill levels. As a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, the CSGA supports a variety of golf organizations within Connecticut, including the Connecticut Association of Golf Course Superintendents, Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference, Connecticut Section PGA, Connecticut Women’s Golf Association, CSGA Scholarship Fund in honor of Widdy Neale, LPGA-Amateur Golf Association, Southern New England Women’s Golf Association, and The First Tee of Connecticut.