For 25 years, Geneva National has made legendary golf a tradition, with three championship courses uniquely designed by the greats – Arnold Palmer, Gary Player and Lee Trevino. Take on all three masters at one singular and stellar location … swing out to our driving range overlooking Lake Como … and sign up for a one-day or extended stay lesson with our PGA-certified pros. Home of Golf Digest’s “Top Ten Wisconsin Golf Courses,” Golfweek’s Best Resort Courses” and Golf Magazine’s “Top Courses you Can Play,” Geneva National attracts every level of player and offers top-rate TaylorMade junior camps and instruction as well. Let Geneva National tee it up for your golf buddy getaways, corporate outings and weekend wanderlust.
New in 2018: Better Billy Bunkers - We're turning on our Hazards. This spring the green-side bunkers of the Trevino Course are being converted to Better Billy Bunkers, and the Palmer Course will follow suit in the fall. In addition to enhanced drainage, the bunkers will feature triangular Fredonia sand that will hold to the bunker face contour (think kinetic 'moon sand'), so golfers notice better playability characteristics immediately. Geneva National will be one of only three golf clubs in Wisconsin - and the only in Lake Geneva - to offer Better Billy Bunkers.
Lee Trevino Signature Course
Challenging for the seasoned golfer yet forgiving for the beginner, the Trevino course offers a memorable round of golf carved into the picturesque forests of the Geneva National community. This course plays to Mr. Trevino’s natural fade and features subtle dog-leg right holes on nearly every par four and five. Trevino has signed his name to only a handful of courses, and Geneva National’s is one to experience.
Arnold Palmer Signature Course
A perennial favorite featuring elevated tees and formidable greens, the Arnold Palmer Signature Course at Geneva National winds through southeastern Wisconsin’s rolling woods and alongside picturesque Lake Como, the shoreline site of Palmer’s three spectacular finishing holes. Palmer labels the Signature 17th hole among his favorites, placing it as #11 in his personal “Dream 18? in the eastern part of the states. The Palmer Course also has been named “Top 10 Wisconsin Golf Courses” by both GOLFWEEK and Golf Digest.
Gary Player Signature Course
The Gary Player Course opened with nine holes in 1995, and Mr. Player returned in 2000 to finish the job, taking advantage of the area’s natural wetlands to create series of intense risk-reward holes. Strinkingly scenic and arguably the most popular of the three courses, the Black Knight’s design recently was honored among Golf Digest’s “Top 50 Courses for Women in America.” At #36, the Player Course ranks highest in the state of Wisconsin.