Welcome to Golf Club de Genève

Discovering our club

The Course

The History of the Club

Founded in 1922, Golf Club de Genève is located in the Commune of Vandoeuvres at the top of the Cologny hillside. Its championship course is an 18 hole course built in 1973 by the famous architect Robert Trent Jones Senior. Its complete renovation was carried out from 2016 to 2018 according to a plan by Robert Trent Jones Junior.

Our facilities include the course, a covered driving range, several putting greens and areas for short game and bunker practice. Our Club is private but welcomes visitors under certain conditions (see “Access conditions” section above). The layout of our course is varied and accessible to all levels of play.

Internationally recognized, Golf Club de Genève regularly hosts international amateur or professional competitions. Among them, let us cite the Women's World Amateur Championship in 1982, several editions of the Swiss Open and the Rolex Trophy, a major stage of the Challenge Tour, but also the Palmer Cup in 2022 and the European Teams Boys Championship in 2023.

Visitors and Course Access


Our course is built in the heart of the magnificent wooded park of Bessinge. A wide variety of plants, animal species and trees, some centuries old, coexist harmoniously on the site. Lake Geneva, the Alps and Mont-Blanc can be seen on the horizon.
You will have an unforgettable time with us!

We take care of this precious environment. Golf Club de Genève's commitment to sustainability dates back several years and was rewarded in 2023 with the award of internationally recognized GEO (Golf Environment Organization) certification. Our Club and Swiss Golf have included sustainability in their strategy. Every year, we implement different improvement and optimization projects in favor of sustainability, which you can discover by clicking on the button below.