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Geneva National Resort

Geneva National Resort & Club is Wisconsin’s must-visit destination for avid golfers, both amateur and professionals alike. The stunning setting is enveloped by picturesque scenery, with Lake Como taking center stage and 54 holes of golf to play around the resort.

Golfers have a choice of three championship courses here, each designed by some of golf’s greatest icons: Arnold Palmer, Gary Player, and Lee Trevino.

On top of the world-class golfing facilities, the Geneva National Resort offers luxury amenities to ensure a calm and relaxing break for visitors. From delicious restaurants to a state-of-the-art spa, Geneva National Golf Resort delivers everything you need for a golf vacation in Wisconsin.

For time out of the resort, not that you’ll want it, the local area offers a range of activities from shopping and wine-tasting tours to outdoor adventures and theatres.

Golf Courses at Geneva National Resort

17th Hole at the Palmer Course

Arnold Palmer Course

The signature Arnold Palmer Course is as scenic as it is challenging. Meandering through lush greenery and woods before dramatically opening up on the shore of Lake Como for the final three holes makes a memorable playing experience for anyone who steps on its greens.

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16th and 17th at the Player Course

Gary Player Course

Winding through wetlands and woodlands, this par-72 course was designed to have a high risk-reward ratio, and those who dare could reap the benefits. Opened in 1995 as a 9-hole and subsequently developed into an 18 in 2000, this legendary course is known for its pristine greens.

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15th Hole at the Trevino Course

Lee Trevino Course

Having one of only a few Lee Trevino courses, Geneva National boasts a unique experience with their third championship course. Designed into the natural Wisconsin countryside, players are treated to unspoiled views of the landscape as they make their way to the final hole.

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Facilities at Geneva National Resort

The Geneva National Resort and Spa has a number of excellent facilities that make any stay luxurious. Possessing both an outdoor and an indoor pool, guests can enjoy a dip in any weather, and the resort’s spa offers a variety of treatments for those who want to take some time to relax. Those looking for a more invigorating activity can go paddle-boarding or kayaking on Lake Como, or take an e-bike for a ride to a local beauty spot.

At the Geneva National Resort and Club, the rooms are varied, and there is the option to stay in The Ridge Hotel, in one of the resort’s suites, or within their cottages complex.

Geneva National’s stunning fully renovated Cottages are the perfect accommodations for golf groups looking to package championship golf with the convenience of on-course lodging.

Each Cottage features six bedrooms with Simmons Beautyrest mattresses, a fully stocked kitchen, ensuite bathrooms, a living room, a game room, an outdoor fire pit, and gas grill. The six Cottages are situated off the Player Course’s 18th hole and are within walking distance to the clubhouse and Dance Floor putting course. 

Attractions near Geneva National Resort

The area around the Geneva National Resort has a selection of other premium golf locations for those that are looking for variety on their trip. Other than golf, the local area has many activities for guests to take part in around teeing off.

Lake Geneva has many water sports activities for those that want to take to the water, from relaxing boat tours and fishing trips to exhilarating jet ski rides, there are activities that will suit anyone. The area is also rich in wineries and breweries for those that want to sample local beverages, and a variety of hiking spots to walk off any eating and drinking on your trip.

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Beautiful scenery
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Three championship courses
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Luxury accommodation
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Courses designed by golf icons
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Variety of resort activities

How to get to Geneva National Resort

Geneva National Resort is easily accessed by car, whether you drive the whole way or are traveling from one of the nearby airports. O’Hare International Airport (ORD) is the most frequently used to fly in, but Dane County Regional Airport (MSN) and General Mitchell International Airport (MKE) are also close. Each airport is no more than one hour’s drive away.

Premier Golf can help to organize your airport transfers as well as arrange tee times and accommodation at Geneva National Resort. Having first started arranging luxury golf vacations in 1988, we are well experienced in ensuring our customers enjoy the golf break of a lifetime.

How to get to Geneva National Resort

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Geneva National FAQs

According to most player ratings and reviews, the Palmer Course is the most popular and most challenging of the three available. It has elevated tees, undulating greens, and views of Lake Como.

The word usually implies that the club features members from across the nation rather than from a specific region or locality. It also suggests exclusivity and prestige, as well as a high-quality experience.

You can book a tee time by talking to a Premier Golf Travel Specialist, via our contact form.

The fees vary throughout the year, but by booking through our Geneva National Resort package, you get green fees included in the total number of rounds you will play and don’t have to worry about them.

There is no concrete limit set, but you are expected to maintain a reasonable pace of play and follow the rules and etiquette of the game. 

The target time for an 18-hole round for four golfers is about 4 hours and 15 minutes or faster. The slope ratings for the courses range from 117 to 140.

The closest airport is Mitchell International Airport, which is about 50 miles from Geneva National. Driving time is about an hour, depending on the route and traffic.