Lake Geneva has long been known as a legendary golf destination and we’re happy to report that our area golf clubs are set to open for the season on Friday, April 24, 2020. While a few accommodations have been made to comply with Wisconsin's safer-at-home order, the courses are ready to welcome you for an amazing golf experience. 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!
1 Country Club Dr., Fontana | (262) 275-6113
Set among the rolling slopes of Geneva Lake’s beautiful south shore, Abbey Springs rises to spectacular views of the lake and its surrounding hillsides. 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 COUNTRY CLUB
N6246 U.S. Hwy. 12, Elkhorn | (262) 723-5722 | WEBSITE
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.
GENEVA NATIONAL GOLF CLUB
1221 S. Geneva National Ave., Lake Geneva | (262) 245-7000 | WEBSITE
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 RESORT & SPA
7036 Grand Geneva Way, Lake Geneva | (262) 248-2556 | WEBSITE
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 features expansive, rolling greens and massive bunkers and the Highlands is 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.
HAWK’S VIEW GOLF CLUB
W7377 Krueger Rd., Lake Geneva | (262) 348-9900 | WEBSITE
Hawk’s View Golf Club’s Como Crossings offers breathtaking views, mature trees, scenic wetlands and natural elevation changes that enhance the playability of the course. Barn Hollow has been 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.
2400 East Geneva St., Delavan | (262) 728-7950 | WEBSITE
Lake Lawn’s championship golf course is set amid 275 lush, tree-lined acres. The course was masterfully re-engineered in 1990 by renowned architect Dick Nugent, and is best known for its stately oaks, deep sand bunkers and subtle undulations. Each hole is set with multiple tee boxes for players of all abilities.
***UPDATE: Effective Wednesday, April 29, 2020, an update to Wisconsin's Safer-at-Home order indicates single-rider golf carts will be allowed.***
In accordance with Wisconsin’s Safer-at-Home order (updated April 16, 2020), “Public and private golf courses may open, with the following restrictions in place through May 26, 2020:
The use of golf carts is prohibited.
Social Distancing Requirements must be observed at all times, unless the players reside in the same living unit or household.
All tee times and payments must be made in advance online or by phone.
Clubhouses and pro shops must remain closed. Any restaurant or bar facility may remain open and must comply with all restrictions in Section 13.d. and 13.e. of this Order.
Tee times must be spaced to avoid multiple foursomes from clustering or gathering at any stage of the course.
All maintenance work and groundskeepers shall comply with Section 2.b.i. and 2.b.ii. of this Order. All other functions may only continue under Minimum Basic Operations.
Driving ranges and miniature golf must remain closed.”