Geneva National Golf Club, The Trevino Course, opened for play in 1991. The course was designed by Lee Trevino.
Geneva National Golf Club features 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 challenge for every level of player.
Carved out of the rolling Wisconsin country side, all of Geneva National's courses take full advantage of the natural surroundings. While only a quick drive from metropolitan Chicago and Milwaukee, Geneva National is a natural haven where golfers not only enjoy their game but the serenity of the area.
The Trevino Course is a par-72 layout that plays to a maximum distance of 7,120 yards. The course rating is 74.5 with a slope rating of 137.
Member (cart included), played on Monday, May 2012 at 10am
This is a semi private course open to all. The "members" have a "private" course assigned to them which rotates daily. Resort guests have the ability to play the other 2 courses not assigned to the members. All 3 courses have their own personality and are a great play. The 3 courses are: Trevino, Player, and Palmer. Trevino is pretty straight forward, what you see is what you get, very true greens. The Player has forced carries along with having the most tree lined fairways. It has some quirky holes, drivable par 4's,some very long ones as well, and is a lot of fun. The Palmer is the most played, has the hardest greens to read, and has 3 holes that play into/along side of Lake Como that are very picturesque. You will not go wrong with any of these 3. All are a challenge. NOTE: The carts do not have GPS, but sprinkler heads are marked very well.
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