The Legacy Golf Club



Holes Par Length Slope Rating Greens Type Designer
18 72 7233 136 74.2 Bent Grass Arthur Hills


Address: 130 Par Excellence Dr., Henderson, Nevada, 89014
Location: Henderson (15 min east from the Strip)
Direction: I-15 South to the I-215 Interchange go East to Green Valley Parkway Exit. Turn left and go 1 mile to Wigwam and turn right. The course entrance is on the immediate left.

Dress Code:
Proper golf attire is required. Collared shirts for men, mid-length, hemmed shorts are permissable. Denim is not permitted

The Legacy Golf Club plays host annually to the local US Open Qualifying and the AJGA. Ranked as "one of the top ten courses to play in Nevada," by Golf Digest, The Legacy offers 18 holes of championship Arthur Hills designed golf.

Course features include Scottish style fairways, rugged lava rock and large unduating greens. Keeping with the theme of Las Vegas, the design of the 10th hole named "The Suits" is one to remember. Tee off on this 193-yard hole from tee boxes shaped like a diamond, heart, club or spade to a three-tiered green. Play your cards right and come see us in Las Vegas!!

Restaurant and Lounge:
Whether it is a post-round serving of appetizers and libations or a complete awards banquet and reception, the Restaurant and Lounge at The Legacy Golf Club is the perfect place to begin or end your day of golf. Let our professional event planners coordinate all aspects of your group event, wedding reception, anniversary, birthday or special event. Be sure not to miss our popular Sunday Brunch a favorite of residents and visitors alike.

Awards and Accolades:
"One of the top ten courses you can play in Nevada," by Golf Digest
"#1 Public Golf Course in Las Vegas," by the Las Vegas Business Press, 2000.
Annual host of the US Open Qualifying, 1990-Present
Annual host to the American Junior Golf Association's Las Vegas Founders Event, 1990-Present
Host of the national finals for the Oldsmobile Scramble, 1998
Host site for Ayako Okamoto's NEC Super Golf 2000 (with LPGA golfer Se Ri Pak and JLPGA golfer Akkiko Fukushima)

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