Legacy Golf Club

If you want pure golf challenge when in Las Vegas, look no farther than the Arthur Hills-designed Legacy Golf Club, a par 72, 7,233-yard Las Vegas golf course that is the home to United State Open qualifying events, and other top pro and amateur tournaments. The Legacy is a typical Hills design, with undulating fairways and dramatic bunkers, with a few water holes thrown in for character and beauty. One of the most talked about holes in all of Las Vegas golf is the par 3, 10th hole at the Legacy. Hills captured the excitement that is Las Vegas golf by creating each of the four sets of tee boxes in a suit from a deck of cards. The order, from back to forward, is spades, clubs, diamonds, hearts.
Also notorious at this premier Las Vegas golf facility is the “Devil’s Triangle.” Holes 11, 12, and 13 make for a devilish trio of exciting challenges. The Legacy has become synonymous in Las Vegas for providing country club-style services and amenities. In fact, The Legacy Golf Club was selected as one of the “Top 10 Courses You Can Play” in Nevada, by Golf Digest.

Las Vegas Golfers Need To Know

  • The Legacy Golf Club is staffed with official PGA of America pros for instruction and lesson
  • The practice area is complete with driving area, large putting green and chipping and bunker area
  • Now under new management with sister course at The Revere


  • Course Type: Public
  • Architect: Arthur Hills
  • Opened: 1989
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