Vanderbilt Legends Golf Club, previously named Legends Club Of Tennessee is a Private, 36 hole golf facility located in Franklin, Tennessee. The facility has two eighteen hole courses, they are: The North Course and The South Course.
Both Vanderbilt Legends Club courses were also designed and built by Tom Kite and Bob Cupp.
The North Course first opened in 1992. The course stretches to 7,190 yards from the championship tees. The North Course has played host to the LPGA Tour and U.S. Senior Open Qualifying.
The par-72 North Course fits well on its Middle Tennessee topography. The greens are well undulated with multiple hole locations awaiting you on different days. Bunkers are large and boldly shaped. The course path provides an inspired variety of holes playing through lush, open fields, over and around numerous lakes and streams.
As host of an LPGA Tour event from 2000 through 2006 and with the reputation of being Middle Tennessee's premier golf facility, the North Course is perfect for golfers of all skill levels.
Both courses are very similar in design. The fairways are mostly wide open with some mounding and a few sand bunkers. The fast greens are slightly larger than average and there are some that are elevated, tiered and sloped. Creeks and small ponds come into play on the South Course (Previously named The Iron Horse Course). The North Course (Previously name The Roper's Knob Course) has two lakes that come into play. The most difficult hole for both courses is #10 on the North Course, a 465-yard, par 4, with water to the right of the green. The second shot requires a carry over water, and the hole always plays into the wind.
Gold tees: Par-72, 7,190 yards
Blue tees: Par-72, 6,574 yards
White tees: Par-72,
Red tees: Par-72, 5,333 yards
Latest Golf Course Reviews