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12615 US Highway 15 501
Aberdeen, NC  28315-4986
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Legacy Course

18 hole regulation length course

Public golf course

72 par | 7,019 yards | 132 slope

73.2 rating | Bermuda grass

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Legacy Golf Course

The 18-hole "Legacy" course at the Legacy Golf Links facility in Aberdeen, North Carolina features 7,019 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 73.2 and it has a slope rating of 132 on Bermuda grass. Designed by Jack Nicklaus II, ASGCA, the Legacy golf course opened in 1991. Legacy Golf Management, LLC manages this facility, with Dean Allgeyer, PGA as the General Manager.


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Reviewed September 08, 2013

'This course is always in great shape. The greens are consistant and roll true. The layout is challenging without playing too long. If I go near pinehurst, I play the Legacy. You should too.

Reviewed November 09, 2012

Played Legacy many times in the past, and as always, if you want the visuals; the eye-catching holes that you remember well past your score, the perfect piece of land that is dotted with small lakes and ponds surounded by a forest full of oak and pine, you have come home. In terms of aestetics, Legacy is a visual stunner. The course is fair as an errant shot is not automatic death on the scorecard, is is a mild disruption that calls for skill, accuracy and imagination to save par. The new greens are the ultimate compliment as the turf chosen goes beyond the right call. More apt, these greens are fun, fierce and fast. Play Legacy once, you will now have an old friend to visit when in the area.

Reviewed September 08, 2012

Just played Legacy on Sept. 7, 2012. What a great course, best of the three courses we played. My group played 36 holes. Replay rate was only $30, a fair price. The new greens are fantastic, but a little firm, so hit approach shots short of the pin. Fairways and tee boxes are in great shape. Putts roll true on the greens. Ranger was very nice and came around the course with ice cold water on his cart. Drink cart came around about every 3-4 holes. Grill pub has good food at a fair price and the staff in the pub were very friendly. Only improvement needed is the cart paths which are very rough and bumpy. Highly recommend including this course in your golf package.

Reviewed September 03, 2012

Reviewed May 31, 2012

Played course week of April 23, 2012. Clubhouse staff/pro shop staff not very professional and lacked a customer service attitude. Fairways were in great shape but at a $90 rate, greens were average at best.
Signed: disappointed traveler from GA

Reviewed January 19, 2012

After being closed from June through August of 2011 for renovation, the course has re-opened with brand new Mini-Verde greens, renovated bunkers and more teeing options. If you haven't played there since last summer, you need to try it, it's fantastic.

Reviewed October 01, 2011

Great executive course. Friendly staff. The only draw back I can see is that the fairways need distance markes for 50, 100 &150 (on par 4 & 5 )

Reviewed June 13, 2011

Amenities: hardly anything left - about to close up shop.
Difficulty: get in the woods and you are screwed... lots of trees.
Maintenance: Greens about to die. Brown Concrete.
Scenery: Beautiful course. really wish I could see it at its peak.
Value: Very annoyed. Didnt know the course was "killing" the greens until after the first hole. Clubhouse attendant didn't share this tidbit of knowledge, but still charged us full price.

Overall: No longer a 4.5 star course. 3 at best. Overall feeling that the course has been ignored by course designer. All pictures online feel like false advertising now.

Disappointed Traveler from TN

Reviewed December 07, 2010

The greens are healed and the Legacy is back to being the first class golf course it has always been. It is one of the reasons we make four golf trips to this area each year to play the Legacy. If you are planning a trip to Pinehurst to play the more well known courses make sure you play the Legacy! You won't regret it.

Reviewed August 21, 2010

Just played there yesterday. They have basically lost their greens. I would not plan on playing there until at least Late September. Still a great course and routing, just in very poor shape right now. The National Club and Mid South are the same way. Talamore's greens are in pretty good shape. If you have a trip planned, I would call and check on conditions and change courses if you can!

Reviewed January 30, 2009

I played this course with my dad in August of 2008. We had a wonderful time, the course was in excellent shape (luckily so were our games). While there is water on a decent number of holes it only really comes into play with poor shots. I highly recommend this course, and I have scheduled it for my next trip to the sandhills region in April of 2009.

Reviewed May 07, 2007

Great Course...

Well, I guess I didn't run into Ranger Ron, so I have a pretty high opinion of this course. I played in early May 2007, and the course was in absolute perfect shape. The greens were great and the course was lush and green. The course is really beautiful. If I had to complain about something, it would be the pace of play on the back 9. The 16th is a very short par 5, so a lot of people try to get home in 2 (rightfully so). When we came to the tee on 16 I was disappointed to learn we were the third group WAITING on the tee. Once that hole was over, though, the pace picked right back up. Great course.

Reviewed August 09, 2006

Rudest ranger in golf

Great golf course, well conditioned, beautiful scenery... everything was going great until ranger Ron showed up. I am returning to golf after sustaining a serious knee injury which required extensive surgery. I am allowed to play golf with the aid of a post-op knee brace, and my doctor insisted that I have a "handicap flag" for my cart to keep walking to a minimum. They didn't have a flag for my cart, but the assistant pro told me I could pull right up next to the green as long as I was in the rough. The ranger started yelling at me at the sixth green, and it was ugly to say the least.
I told the head pro about the confrontation, and and he handled it extremely well. Steer clear of ranger Ron, and you will have a great day at a great track.


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  • Latest Scores
  • Overall
Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 Robin G. 27 95 68 05/13/10
2 Harold R. N/A 70 70 06/12/06
3 Dwight S. 8 80 72 10/13/07
4 lee H. 17 89 72 04/17/08
5 Robert D. 12 84 72 04/19/08
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Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
44 Michael M. N/A 100 100 08/17/16

Golf Course Information

About Legacy Golf Links

Legacy Golf Links

Golf Only facility

Managed by Legacy Golf Management, LLC

20 tees driving range

18 regulation holes

Awards at Legacy Golf Links

No recent major awards have been noted.

Tournaments of Legacy Golf Links

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Course Staff

Dean Allgeyer, PGA, General Manager
Sean Desmond, Golf Professional
Michael Norton, Superintendent