Grand Geneva's golf team is looking forward to the 11th annual IAGTO North America Golf Tourism Convention in Texas Lake & Hill Country at the Horseshoe Bay Resort from June 23-26, 2019. Learn more about special rates, overnight packages, custom FAM tours and an exclusive bonus card available only at this golf show.
Spanning 1,300 acres in beautiful Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, Grand Geneva Resort & Spa features two championship golf courses, modern meeting facilities, a full-service spa and salon, fitness center, ski hill, adventure center and exquisite dining options with world-class amenities.
Massive sand traps. Prominent water features. It's Brute-iful.
The magnificent Brute, at over 7,000 yards, is one of the most challenging layouts in the Midwest and is considered one of Wisconsin's best golf courses. Designed by Robert Bruce Harris, the course is enhanced with 68 bunkers and huge rolling greens, averaging over 8,000 square feet. This par-72 Lake Geneva golf course is perfectly manicured and immaculately maintained.
The Brute is long and tight, and everything about it is “Brute-ish." The greens can be really quick and challenging. Many of the greens are crowned, making for really tough downhill putts and a lot of challenging two-putt situations. The hilly tree-lined terrain features sloping fairways punctuated by large sand traps and sculpted water hazards that added aesthetic beauty as well as a challenge. Many tee boxes are elevated and most of the green complexes are raised.
Wide open fairways. Lighting quick greens. Bring your best golf game.
The Highlands is a Scottish-inspired, links-style course, complete with a beautiful landscape of scenic hills, trickling creeks and lush foliage. This Lake Geneva golf course was originally designed by Pete Dye and Jack Nicklaus, and transformed in 1996 by Bob Cupp.
The Highlands' short par 4s will challenge your club selections and strategy, depending on the tees you play, anything from a driver down to hybrid will be an option. The course provides an outstanding golf experience, weaving and rolling through the glacier-formed terrain of Southwestern Wisconsin yet transporting golfers to Scotland, without them having to own a passport or "hop the pond." The Highlands is a tight, shot-makers' course, forcing golfers to think and play strategic golf. Long ball hitters may need to leave the driver in the bag on several holes so that they can safely play to landing areas, avoiding bunkers and other hazards.
O'Hare International Airport (ORD) - 62 miles
General Mitchell International Airport (MKE) - 51 miles
Erin Hills Golf Course - 57 miles
Black Wolf Run Golf Course - 105 miles
Whistling Straights Golf Course - 110 miles
Sand Valley Golf Course - 166 miles