The Legacy Golf Club, rich in heritage and history, is an 18-hole par 71 championship golf course designed by renowned golf course architect Gary Panks. Located on what was once Dwight B. Heard’s 7,500-acre ranch, the golf club is rich in Arizona heritage and history. Taking great pride in preserving and integrating many of the historical structures and monuments, our 18-hole championship golf course offers a unique look and an added opportunity to experience some Arizona history and of the Heard legacy, from which the golf club takes its name. The original two-grain silos, built-in 1902, still remain along the 18th fairway and were once the tallest structures in Maricopa County. The Sierra Vista House, which marks the 1st tee, was visited on occasion in the early 1900s by Theodore Roosevelt and Pancho Villa. Come make your own history at the Legacy Golf Club! Big Dogs Scoring
Fred Fahs 1st place. Al Dan 2nd place. Lloyd Snively 3rd place. Fred Fahs wins it at Legacy with 67 net score. Nice work Fred. Al Dan took 2nd place with at 68 net one stroke off the winning place. Lloyd Snively got 3rd place with a 71 net. Jeffrey Darbut and Ken Slagle tied at 72 net for the Atta Boy.
All golfers scores for today with the top 3 being the Big Dog Point winners.
Full stats from Golf Genius Click here. Birdies (skins) scored, Net scores for each flight, all players scores, and CTP links, plus full scorecard for any player by clicking on their name link in the all golfers scores link. Rules of Golf videos from USGA.
Next up for VGA, Saturday, September 19, 2020, Wigwam Gold (+) 7:00 AM $49.00.
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GOLD COURSE-PAR 72 – 7,345 YARDS For over 50 years, the Gold Course has been recognized as one of Arizona’s most challenging and respected golf courses. Nicknamed “Arizona’s Monster,” the Gold Course has hosted many signature tournaments over the years, including numerous U.S. Open Qualifiers, U.S. Amateur Qualifiers, several NCAA Regional Championships, and the annual Patriot All-America Invitational – one of the top amateur competitions in the world. The 7,345 yards, par 72 course has also received various industry awards and accolades since opening in 1965, including being named one of the “Top 100 Golf Courses in America.”