The Legacy Golf Club is an 18-hole desert jewel designed by Arthur Hills, an acclaimed golf course architect. This 7,233-yard golf masterpiece features the large undulating greens, multi-tiered fairways, and the manicured playing conditions. To make the layout more challenging for the beginner golfers, the generous landing areas and the well-spaced tee boxes were also added. Each of the golf course’s tee boxes is shaped like the playing cards: Spades, Clubs, Hearts, and Diamonds. This premier facility also boasts of the popular “Devil’s Triangle” at holes #11, #12, and #13. From the black tees, The Legacy was given a course rating of 74.5 and a slope rating of 137.
Since its opening in 1989, the golf course has already hosted several golf competitions including the American Junior Golf Association tournaments as well as the United States Open Qualifying. The Legacy Golf Club also served as the training ground for golf sensations like Tiger Woods, Trip Kuehene, and Chris Riley who in their junior years have competed in the American Junior Golf Tournament. The Legacy is also proud of being cited by Las Vegas Review Journal as the “Best Course in Nevada” as well as one of the “Top 10 Courses you can play in Nevada” named by Golf Digest.
What makes The Legacy Golf Club unique from the rest of the golf courses is that this nationally applauded facility also features the contrasting native grasses and desert flora, the jagged lava rock, multiple tier fairways, and the Love grass. The quick lofty greens, rolling topography, and deep bunkers are also perfectly integrated to the angled fairways that run all the way through the desert landscaping.