Legacy Ridge Country Club
|Gold (W)||72||5473 yards||72.2||136|
|Red (W)||72||5014 yards||70.5||131|
|Black M: 72.7/128||405||411||413||507||379||162||454||182||533||3446||534||340||416||434||205||376||181||338||480||3304||6750|
|Blue M: 71.0/125||371||386||392||479||361||133||411||157||518||3208||518||323||408||413||170||364||175||315||465||3151||6359|
|White M: 69.5/123||356||372||375||456||347||125||377||144||497||3049||500||311||397||380||155||356||152||306||448||3005||6054|
|Gold M: 66.6/117 W: 72.2/136||286||343||332||432||326||115||360||120||453||2767||416||300||341||332||125||327||133||298||434||2706||5473|
|Red W: 70.5/131||274||312||304||405||305||75||336||90||434||2535||407||290||335||315||120||295||124||251||422||2559||5094|
Food & BeverageBar, Grill, Restaurant
Available FacilitiesClubhouse, Banquet Facilities, Locker Rooms
Good value during the week, but zero perks. No food and beverage, no Pro or Pro Shop options. This course has cut all of the fluff, not many improvements on the course. All holes need 100, 150, 200 yardage markers in the fairway. A rangefinder is a must to play accurately.
A Tale of Two Nines
This course is like siblings, same parents but can be completely different. The front nine is a Link design with water threating almost every shot, but it still has plenty of fairway for some miss hits, just don't plan on finding your ball if you play a slice or hook very often. The back nine plays to a bit of elevation change on a few holes and is a tighter tree lined track. Shot shaping and course management is key to a good score. The greens were in good shaped and seem to roll pretty good for being a bit thicker than they could be.
I liked this course 10 years ago when it was well maintained. Today the carts are poor, no Pro, no restaurant, they look to be barely getting by. It's a bit of a disappointment from years ago.
Front 9 is not very good. It appears to be at a lower elevation compared to the back 9. Front 9 does not drain well. Very wet and muddy. Back 9 is a much better course and at a higher elevation for sure. Greens were not in good shape.
This course is the best kept secret in North Texas. It has an excellent layout and, despite being offseason, it was in great condition. I cannot wait to go back in the spring.
Good Value, Great condition
Great value with excellent conditions. Greens are putting good, not real fast and the fairways are in very good shape.
Very impressed for a small town course
Played with a buddy whose family lives close by. Front 9 is pretty open but several ponds are in play. Back 9 is much tighter with large trees. Course was in very good shape and the greens were well kept. Only paid $23 for twilight on a Friday and it was not very busy at all. Great value for a pretty nice course.
Also a Mexican food joint in the club house which was pretty good. Great small town feel.
This course should not even be called "golf course".
The front 9 were closed due to "flooding" even though it did not rain the two days prior, so you could only play the back 9 twice if you choose. I didn't. I played 6 holes and left. The conditions were bad, there was no mention of any of this on the net. Actually, I wouldn't even play here if it was free. Also the carts are about 20 years old and have no power to get you over some hills.
Wasted time and money! Never again
dormant grass and wet, but still enjoyable
For a "Country" course, this didnt dissappoint. The front and back provide different challenges and was enjoyable. Evan though some parts were soaked due to excessive rain.
Great narrow course
Great layout... Front nine slivers narrowly between water making for a well placed shot on every hole... Back side changed completely to large oaks and tree lined fairways...greens were in excellent shape wish Norte people would repair their own and other's ball marks. But greens played true!!! Loved it!!! And will play there again!
this is a good course to play. there was no problems getting on the course and it was not real busy so it took only about 3 hours to play. would play the course again. would be a tough course it the wind is blowing.
Best kept secret in the middle of nowhere
Other than the dormant fairway grass, no fault of the course, just Mother Nature. This course was great. I would love to play this course in the late spring, early summer.
With the exception of the "no outside golf carts" rule I was impressed with this place. The first golf cart we used was weak and we almost had to fred flintstone it up the hills, after 9 holes we changed carts only to find this one was ill as well. It made THUNK THUNK THUNK when accelerating. That was the only thing I had to say negatively about this experience. We had a good time. the course was picturesque. Lots of water. A couple of little ducks in one pond. The play was fun and we enjoyed it a lot. The clubhouse was very nice and the cart paths well kept.
had a great time back nine beautiful and challengeing
Not extremely difficult, open links style on front. Back 9 more traditional, tree -lined fairways. Nice setting.
Nice course for any level of player
Good course for the discounted price offered by GolfNow. Fairways very well maintained. Greens are in good shape but were a bit slow. Wanted to warm up prior to tee-time but they were no range balls available. It was odd because I didnt see many range balls out on the range and it was mid-day on a week day.
A hidden gem!
I played this course when visiting Texas. I am really glad I did. The course was in great shape, and I had a lot of fun on my round. Greens are a little slow but well groomed, as are the fairways. Good scenery and spotless facilities. You must get out and play this course!!