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From acclaimed resorts to championship and sporty courses, golf comes in all shapes and sizes in the Lake Geneva area.
An alphabetical listing of golf courses in the Lake Geneva, Wis., area.
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Golf Course Directory
Abbey Springs GC is located 15 miles from the heart of Lake Geneva, along the southwest shores of the lake. Elevation changes on numerous holes provide spectacular views of the area. The course's signature No. 17, a 320-yard par-4, showcases an elevated tee box that overlooks the hole with a…
Alpine Valley Resort, situated in a wooded setting along Sugar Creek, offers 27 holes of scenic golf. Designed by Arthur Johnson, The Meadows, Summit and Sugar Creek courses feature elevation changes that will challenge golfers of all levels.
Located on Highway 50, two miles west of I-94 near Kenosha, Bristol Oaks GC offers a sense of seclusion while not being too far from town. Trees line the fairways, so staying straight is a must. Water comes into play on four holes. The par-72 course measures 6,431 yards from the back tees.
Broadlands GC in North Prairie is an 18-hole, links-style course with bentgrass greens, tees and fairways. Water coming into play on seven holes and wooded greens will test every golfer’s shot-making ability. Broadlands measures 6,884 yards.
Located along the Fox River on Highway W, Browns Lake GC in Burlington plays 6,449 yards. This 18-hole course features magnificent views and small, challenging greens surrounded by water hazards and bunkers.
Cecilia's GC, located between Lake Geneva and Janesville, has been in operation since 1988. Designed by Art Johnson, this charming nine-hole, par-36 course measures 3,071 yards from the longest tees. Cecilia's offers fun, affordable golf for the whole family.
Once a private course, Country Club Estates in Fontana features nine holes that will challenge player of all skill levels. Designed by Thomas Bendelow in 1929, at least one bunker guards each green. The par-35 course, which measures 3,011 yards, is a great course for golfers of all ages.
Delbrook GC in Delavan opened as an 18-hole private club in 1928. The city of Delavan purchased the course in 1945 and has operated it since. Nine more holes were added as part of a renovation in 2001. With four sets of tees on 27 holes, the course ranges rom 5,956 to 6,328 yards at par-70.
Not only is Eagle Springs Golf Resort the oldest family owned nine-hole course in Wisconsin (1893), it is also among the first courses in America according to the United States Golf Association. Experience the quiet ambiance and beautiful setting of this historic course, which measures 2,814…
Located just 10 minutes north of Lake Geneva, Evergreen GC in Elkhorn boasts 27 championship holes. The original 18 holes at Evergreen Golf Club were built in 1973 and designed by Ken Killian and Dick Nugent. A nine-hole additio, designed by Gary Welsh, was built in 1993. Numerous trees line…
Nestled along the shores of Lake Como, Geneva National GC winds through the area’s indigenous surroundings. Designed by PGA Hall of Famers Arnold Palmer, Gary Player and Lee Trevino, Geneva National’s three 18-hole championship courses offer 54 holes that are as scenic as they are challenging.
Grand Geneva Resort & Spa has been named one of the top 10 northern golf resorts in the U.S. by Condé Nast Traveler readers. It is one of only five AAA Four-Diamond resorts in Wisconsin with excellent dining options, championship golf, spa and more.
Just minutes from downtown Lake Geneva, Hawk's View GC's 36 holes navigate through 312 acres of rolling terrain. Como Crossings, measuring 7,074 yards, is situated on the site of former ski hill Mt. Fuji and features elevation changes with spectacular views of surrounding fairways. Barn Holl…
Kettle Moraine GC is located in Dousman, just 35 miles north of Lake Geneva. The course's 6,406 yards wind through woods and wetlands, making it a fun adn challenging course for golfers of all skill levels.
Designed by the late Jim Jacobs in 1963, Lake Beulah CC in Mukwonago plays 5,520 yards. The par-68 course meanders through rolling terrain with water hazards coming into play on eight holes.
Opened in 1921, Lauderdale Lakes CC, just north of Elkhorn, is a classic design featuring tall, historic trees and undulating fairways. The tight nine-hole course is laid out over 45 acres with manificent views of the Lauderdale Chain of Lakes on every hole.
A Midwest golf fixture since 1921, Lake Lawn Resort in Delavan is an 18-hole, 6,201-yard course situated along the shores of Delavan Lake. The course features undulating greens surrounded by unforgiving bunkers, while tree-lined fairways challenge golfers to hit it straight.
Nippersink Resort is the perfect family getaway. Designed by 1896 U.S. Open winner James Foulis Jr., the 18-hole, 6,638-yard course offers a challenge for golfers of all skill levels.
Stunning, rolling topography is the highlight of playing Prairie Woods GC, located in the Rock County community of Avalon, just west of Delavan/Lake Geneva. The 18-hole, 6,010-yard course offers its fair share of risk-reward holes with tall trees and water coming into play, making this a cos…
With bentgrass greens, tees and fairways, Spring Creek GC north of Whitewater isn't your typical par-3 course. With water coming into play and bunkers guarding the greens, Spring Creek offers both challenge and beauty. An added attraction is a 21,000-square-foot, 18-hole putting course that …
The family-owned Twin Lakes CC, established in 1912, is one of Wisconsin's oldest courses. Known for its small greens and traditional parkland layout, the 18-hole, par-71 course measures 6,217 yards.
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- Superior: The superior choice in the Twin Ports region, 36-hole Nemadji GC has a long legacy of pulling in golfers from far, wide
- Eau Claire: Winds never change at Hurricane — er, Wild — Ridge, but efforts underway to make the challenges more manageable for all golfers ... even me
- Menomonie: There's more to Tanglewood Greens GC than its scorecard might reflect ... before you go and mark it up with big numbers
- St. Germain: At this 19th Hole, the golf course is short, the fun is long and, an hour or so later, you are on your way to your next Hidden Gem
- Land O'Lakes: At sporty Gateway Golf Club on Wisconsin/Michigan state line, everybody can 'drive one into the next state'