Hawk's View Golf Club - Como Crossings - hole 15
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Hawk's View Golf Club - Como Crossings - hole 15
Located in Lake Geneva, Hawk's View Golf Club is one the area's best daily fees. Mike Bailey/Golf Advisor
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Hawk's View Golf Club - Como Crossings - hole 3
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Hawk's View Golf Club - Como Crossings - hole 3
The par-3 third hole on the Como Crossings Course at Hawk's View Golf Club plays from a highly elevated tee. Mike Bailey/Golf Advisor
Hawk's View Golf Club - Como Crossings - hole 4
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Hawk's View Golf Club - Como Crossings - hole 4
The fourth hole on the Como Crossings Course at Hawk's View Golf Club is a 415-yard par 4. Mike Bailey/Golf Advisor
Hawk's View Golf Club - Como Crossings - hole 6
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Hawk's View Golf Club - Como Crossings - hole 6
The par-3 sixth hole on the Como Crossings Course at Hawk's View Golf Club is 194 yards, and plays over a large lake. Mike Bailey/Golf Advisor
Hawk's View Golf Club - Como Crossings - hole 7
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Hawk's View Golf Club - Como Crossings - hole 7
Large bunkers and water provide the hazards on the par-5 seventh on the Como Crossings Course at Hawk's View Golf Club in Lake Geneva, Wis. Mike Bailey/Golf Advisor
Hawk's View Golf Club - Como Crossings - hole 10
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Hawk's View Golf Club - Como Crossings - hole 10
Getting the third shot around the corner is critical on the 600-yard, par-5 10th hole on the Como Crossings Course at Hawk's View Golf Club. Mike Bailey/Golf Advisor
Hawk's View Golf Club - Como Crossings - hole 13
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Hawk's View Golf Club - Como Crossings - hole 13
At 424 yards, the par-4 13th is the no. 3 handicap hole on the Como Crossings Course at Hawk's View Golf Club in Lake Geneva, Wis. Mike Bailey/Golf Advisor
Hawk's View Golf Club - Como Crossings - 15th
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Hawk's View Golf Club - Como Crossings - 15th
The par-4 15th begins a nice finishing stretch on the Como Crossings Course at Hawk's View Golf Club. Mike Bailey/Golf Advisor
Hawk's View Golf Club - Como Crossings - 16th
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Hawk's View Golf Club - Como Crossings - 16th
The short par-4 16th on the Como Crossings Course at Hawk's View Golf Club in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin. Mike Bailey/Golf Advisor
Hawk's View Golf Club - Como Crossings - 17th
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Hawk's View Golf Club - Como Crossings - 17th
The 17th hole on the Como Crossings Course at Hawk's View Golf Club is another par 3 from an elevated tee. Mike Bailey/Golf Advisor
Hawk's View golf course - Como Crossings - 18th
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Hawk's View golf course - Como Crossings - 18th
The Como Crossings Course at Hawk's View Golf Club ends with a longish, downhill par 4. Mike Bailey/Golf Advisor
Hawk's View Golf Club - Barn Hollow Course
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Hawk's View Golf Club - Barn Hollow Course
Hawk's View Golf Club also has an 18-hole short course, Barn Hollow. Mike Bailey/Golf Advisor

Hawk's View Golf Club in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin paints a pretty picture

LAKE GENEVA, Wis. -- One of the favorite daily-fee facilities in the Lake Geneva area, Hawk's View Golf Club not only offers a well conditioned and scenic 18-hole championship course, but an 18-hole short course as well.

The regulation course is a 7,074-yard par-72 layout called Como Crossings, named after Como Creek, which meanders throughout the course. The Craig Shiner-designed layout is located on the site of former ski hill Mt. Fuji, providing dramatic elevation changes on several holes, including a couple of dramatic par 3s.

Barn Hollow is the facility's family-friendly golf course, and a little more affordable (although Hawk's View offers prices that cover both courses). The 2,708-yard, par-3 golf course is also well conditioned with plenty of water hazards, bunkers and undulating greens.

Mike Bailey is a senior staff writer based in Houston. Focusing primarily on golf in the United States, Canada, the Caribbean and Latin America with an occasional trip to Europe and beyond, he contributes course reviews, travel stories and features as well as the occasional equipment review. An award-winning writer and past president of Texas Golf Writers Association, he has more than 25 years in the golf industry. Before accepting his current position in 2008, he was on staff at PGA Magazine, The Golfweek Group and AvidGolfer Magazine. Follow Mike on Twitter at @MikeBaileyGA and Instagram at @MikeStefanBailey.
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