Majestic Oaks Golf Course
March 11, 2019 Lake Lawn ResortAuthor:
At Lake Lawn Resort we are right in the middle of some of the best views in Wisconsin. This includes our waterfront restaurants on Delavan Lake, our Wedding Venues, and our scenic boat tours. However, one of the premier places to be in all of Southern Wisconsin is teeing off on our championship golf course, Majestic Oaks.
Majestic Oaks is one of the most scenic courses in the entire state, since we opened it in 1921. With a breathtaking view of Delavan Lake, its proximity to the rest of the Lake Geneva area makes it a must play course. This course was remastered and re-engineered in 1990 by Dick Nugent from Kemper Lakes. Our course is best known for its stately oak trees, deep sand bunkers and subtle waves.
The Majestic Oaks Golf Course, Majestic Oaks Clubhouse, and the Clubhouse Sports Bar & Grill are open to guests, members, and visitors daily. Our Pro Shop is stocked with equipment, accessories, and apparel from leading names such as Footjoy, Titleist, Under Armour, Greg Norman, Callaway, TaylorMade, Antigua, and more.
With so much to do at Lake Lawn Resort, we want to make sure that any golfers know what jewel awaits them. Contact the pro shop today for help with tee times, tournament coordination, and group play at 262-725-9200.
Lake Lawn Resort, a beautiful venue on 2 miles of Delavan Lake shoreline, also features 271 rooms & suites, our full-service Calladora Spa, watersports and boat tours, 165-slip marina, 22,000 sq. ft. conference center for meetings, plus outdoor venues, several dining options, retail, special events, and so much more!
We have three on-site restaurants, including our casual Lookout Bar & Eatery with indoor and patio dining, the Isle of Capri, a café serving Starbucks coffee, Cedar Crest Ice Cream, stone fired pizzas, and more, our legendary Frontier Restaurant and Fireside Lounge, which offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Unlike other Wisconsin properties, Lake Lawn Resort is just 90 minutes from Chicago, within minutes from Milwaukee, Madison, and Rockford, and located just outside of Lake Geneva.