Ok I good to know. I also see you say in the title you are coming in June/July. Do you have the date nailed down? Just as a heads up 4th of July is one of the busiest times around the lake and the week after that is the American Century Golf Tournament at Edgewood and it is probably an equally busy time period, not to mention the course will be closed down.
Obviously play Edgewood.
Edgewood is as close as you can get to Genoa at about 30 minutes. I haven’t played and it’s supposed to have 2 good courses. That said t it’s certainly a different type of course than you’ll find around the lake. High dessert. Views of the backside of the Sierra Nevada but it’s a different feel. If you want to stick with the mountain vibe I’d pass on this one. If you want something a little more wide open and different style to play, they have good deals on tee times here: https://golfguide.net/golf-deals/
Lake Tahoe Golf Course is fun inexpensive course in the area. About 20-30 minutes from Edgewood depending on traffic. It’s not the most interesting course in the world but it is fun, flat, and pretty wide open. Views are outstanding as with all the mountain courses.
Tahoe Paradise Golf Course is short and quirky. It’s just down the road from Lake Tahoe Golf Course. Fun and short, not really a destination course but it’s still a quick enjoyable round. Some “tight tight” parts of this property. Could certainly get away with a half set or 3 club thing here.
You are about 35-45 minutes to Incline Village, they have 2 courses there a championship course and a shorter par 58 course.
Kings Beach up around the north side of the lake is about 45-60 minutes from Edgewood has a cool old 9 holer called Old Brockway. A fun play and the original site of the Crosby Clam Bake. It’s a fun course if you are in the area. The C Suite did a short video about it.
I’ll can’t add much input on the Truckee area courses as I haven’t played any of them. Lots of good options up there. Just farther away from South Lake.