Founded in 1922, the Golf Club de Genève is located in the «Commune de Vandoeuvres» on the heights of Cologny. The course was designed in 1973 by Robert Trent Jones Senior, in the exceptional park-like setting of Bessinge.
From the first hole, you can see the city of Geneva, its lake and the «Jet d’Eau», while on the south side of the course you can see the Mont Blanc and the Alps.
The Golf Club of Geneva has hosted the European Junior Championship in 1975, the World Ladies Amateurs Championship in 1982 and several editions of the International Championship of Switzerland. It is hosting the Rolex Trophy, a major event on the European Challenge Tour for many years. The Golf Club of Geneva is the only 18 holes golf course in the Canton of Geneva, located 10 minutes from downtown Geneva and 30 minutes from the airport.
It is a private club open to visitors under the conditions described below.
The facilities include an 18 holes championship course, a covered driving range, several putting greens and designated areas to practice bunker shots and the short game.
|#holes / Par / Length||18 holes / Par 72 / 6'237m|
|Rating||CR 73.3; Slope 135|
|Architect||Robert Trent Jones Sr & Robert Trent Jones II|
|Season||March – December|
|Good to know||- Visitors are welcome from Tuesday to Friday|
- Visitors can play up to 3 times per year
- Players must be members of a national golf association and present a member card of their home club upon check-in
- A handicap of 28 or better is required
- Please ask about course maintenance schedule prior to booking
|Highlights/Awards||Host of the Rolex Trophy, a major event on the European Challenge Tour, since many years.|
|Nearby Golf Courses||Bonmont (18)|
Domaine Impérial (18)
Signal de Bougy (18)
Evian Resort Golf Club (18+6)
|Nearby Hotels||Château de Bonmont****|
L’HÔTEL by Hostellerie du Château***
|Nearby Cities||Geneva (15min)|
|Nearby Intl. Airport||Geneva/GVA (30min)|
|Nearby Attractions||Jet-d'Eau of Lake Geneva|
Geneva Old Town
Patek Philippe Watch Museum
United Nations European HQ
Red Cross Museum