- Address1221 Geneva National Ave S, Lake Geneva, WI 53147, USA
The Geneva National Resort completed its trio of course from PGA legends — including Arnold Palmer and Lee Trevino — when Gary Player added the second nine to his route during 2000 (he had previously laid out nine holes during 1995).
The aforementioned Palmer course got the resort’s prime real estate along the shores of Lake Como, so Player needed to use his wit to create an experience that lives up without such scenic backdrops. One such example is the daring No. 5, a short par four that can be played the long way, looping around a dividing tree, or the bold way, which would be taking a significant forced carry straight at the green.
The Player may not be playing along the lake during its last three holes, but Player (the architect) manages to make the finale dramatic nonetheless. No. 16 is a reachable par five, if you’re willing to traverse the inlet of marshland that fronts the green. The following par three probably won’t threaten your shot with its water installation, but the wetland off to the left still makes for a nice photo at this, the last of five short holes.
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The Black Knight’s playing record is exceptional, he’s one of only five men to win golf’s career Grand Slam, and since the early 1980s Gary Player Design has also been rather successful.