Legacy Pines Golf Club
Where do I start....
Extremely unfriendly and uncooperative staff. No power carts- our friend could not walk due to bad knees and so he did not golf. Advertise for seniors - no way- have to be a mountain goat to walk this course. The course is in nice shape- tight course but nice fairways and greensRough is deep - so keep it in play No food or drinks-Very expensive for pull carts Private residential course trying to go public but doesn't know how.....
It is a good thing...
that this course is so picturesque and in great condition because if you go on the receptionist you first meet, you would not try it. There is no greeting, no smile and really a very cold reception. Felt like we intruding. BUT the course is definitely worth it.
Cart is necessary!
The course was nice, however, unless you are a mountain goat, or are in incredibly great physical condition, it is very hilly, and a cart is highly recommended.
Don't waste your money
Sand Traps made of concrete and NO beer, NO food. The course has lots of bird droppings on the greens.
Not such a great deal
The course lacks many standard features sand in the bunkers, a second cut around the greens, food and beverage. Golf hound!
Wonderful little community course. Semi private
very high power cart prices of $11.00 per person plus tax for 9 holes. Way above standard for like courses. A big deterrent for those not able to walk. They only have 4 or 5 carts on the property.
surprising great conditions
Course seemed confused over rates was in excellent condition. Lots of variety and terrian. Certainly recommend for a fun nine holes. Not really set up for non-member play; staff seem confused over fees and despite a coupon we paid more than would at eighteen hole course. But definitely worth a try.