Lake Geneva has long been known as a legendary golf destination and with the start of spring, it's the perfect opportunity to report that our area golf clubs are opening soon for the season!  So if you're ready to kick your cabin fever and head outside, hit the links at one of Lake Geneva's breathtaking golf courses!   

 

Abbey Springs golf course overhead view

ABBEY SPRINGS
1 Country Club Dr., Fontana | (262) 275-6113 | WEBSITE
Opens mid-April | Tee Times for the Public are limited
Abbey Springs Golf Course debuted in 1971.  Having withstood 50 years of play and Wisconsin's harsh winters, the course underwent a well-deserved renovation in 2021.  When the new and improved Abbey Springs reopened in 2022, golfers throughout the Midwest found a course that retained its extraordinary beauty, personality and playability, but with an array of new and exciting features-- rebuilt bunkers and redesigned green complexes featuring state of the art "007" bent grass. Set among the rolling slopes of Geneva Lake’s beautiful south shore, this outstanding 18-hole course of carefully manicured greens, lush fairways, beautifully tended trees, and wooded hillsides is a course of true championship caliber.

 

Evergreen golf course view from a tee

EVERGREEN COUNTRY CLUB
N6246 U.S. Hwy. 12, Elkhorn | (262) 723-5722 | WEBSITE 
Open Now!
Evergreen Country Club is rated 4 Stars by Golf Digest Magazine and was recently voted the Best Public Golf Course in Walworth County. This 27-hole golf facility features rolling greens, sweeping fairways and abundant water hazards, with a course layout designed for players of all abilities. And here's the best part - they're open year-round weather permitting - right through winter, so there's no need to put away your clubs.

 

Overhead view of Geneva National Player course

GENEVA NATIONAL GOLF CLUB
1221 S. Geneva National Ave., Lake Geneva | (262) 245-7000 | WEBSITE
Open Now!
Featuring three courses and 54 holes of legendary golf designed by the masters - Arnold Palmer, Gary Player and Lee Trevino. All courses offer meticulously manicured bent grass tees, fairways and greens, as well as five tee boxes offering a great golf experience for every level of player. Geneva National offers the chance to experience three of the best golf courses in Wisconsin at one club.

 

Grand Geneva Golf Course

GRAND GENEVA RESORT & SPA
7036 Grand Geneva Way, Lake Geneva | (262) 248-2556 | WEBSITE
Open Now!
Regarded as one of the top golf resorts in the Midwest, Grand Geneva Resort & Spa has two 18-hole championship courses, The Brute and The Highlands. The Brute, at over 7,000 yards, features expansive, rolling greens and massive bunkers and is one of the most challenging layouts in the Midwest. The Highlands is a Scottish-inspired links-style course set in a picturesque landscape of scenic hills, trickling creeks and lush foliage. Dynamic pricing offers a variety of options, whether your priority is price or time.

 

Overhead view of Hawk's View golf course

HAWK’S VIEW GOLF CLUB
W7377 Krueger Rd., Lake Geneva | (262) 348-9900 | WEBSITE
Open NOW weather permitting
Hawk’s View Golf Club’s Como Crossings, stretching across 7,074 yards, offers a Par 72 layout with dramatic elevation changes, perfect playing conditions, and a stunning landscape. The breathtaking views, mature trees, scenic wetlands and natural elevation changes enhance the playability of the course. Share your love of golf with the family at Barn Hollow, acknowledged by World Golf as one of the Best Short Courses in America. Both courses feature bent grass fairways that provide excellent playability and are environmentally friendly.

 

Majestic Oaks golf course view from green

MAJESTIC OAKS
2400 East Geneva St., Delavan | (262) 728-7950 | WEBSITE
Opening in early April
Hit the greens of Majestic Oaks for a round along the lakeshore of Delavan Lake. First opened in 1929, Lake Lawn Resort’s championship golf course is one of the Midwest’s premier golf destinations. This scenic course is conveniently located in the Lake Geneva area amongst over 250 lush, tree-lined acres, and two miles of shoreline. Redesigned by renowned architect, Dick Nugent, the course is known for its stately oaks, deep sand bunkers, and subtle undulations with each hole set with multiple tee boxes for players of all abilities.