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Spring Swing

The Brute is officially open and our golf professionals want you to be ready for the start of golf season! Here's a checklist to make sure you've got sharp shoes, clean grips and the best golf balls available on the market.

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Another Grand Year

2018 was our 20th consecutive year receiving the AAA Four Diamond Award and we’re proud to keep such good company. Generations of guests visit Geneva Lake and the surrounding areas for a moment of luxury and we hope your year included at least one trip to the resort for a romantic getaway, family vacation or business trip. 

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Grand Dining for your Group

When you have a large group looking to dine, private dining is the trendiest way to eat out at a restaurant and celebrate together. Private dining is a convenient option at Grand Geneva Resort & Spa. Whether you’re hosting a small social gathering of business associates, a holiday party with your extended family or a celebratory dinner with friends, the resort would love the honor of hosting your special event. 

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Golf Winter Brute Camp

The Brute may be covered in snow but don't let that keep you away this winter! Improve your golf game while the course is hibernating this season. Grand Geneva's PGA Golf Pro Kyle Kunash has a program to keep you in shape using his expertise and special technology including our FlightScope launch monitor. Brute Camp is the fitness routine your clubs have been waiting for!  

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Coolest Attraction this Winter

Lake Geneva has a new reason to visit this winter. Ice Castles is the perfect excuse to plan your escape! Starting at the end of December, visitors can walk through a real-life winter wonderland at Riviera Beach in downtown Lake Geneva, Wisconsin. Ice artisans will spend a combined 4,000 hours this season dripping, shaping and hand-placing harvested icicles into a castle display. 

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