Vanderbilt Legends Club
Designed by Tom Kite and Bob Cupp
Since opening in 1992, Vanderbilt Legends Club has made its mark in the world of golf by receiving national recognition and accolades.
The par 72 North Course, stretching 7,190 yards from the championship tees, was designed by Hall of Fame golfer Tom Kite and world-renowned golf course architect, Bob Cupp. The greens are well undulated with the promise of multiple hole locations and the bunkers are large and boldly shaped. The course path provides an inspired variety of holes playing through lush fields and around lakes and streams.
The par 71 South Course, 71 measuring 7,100 yards, takes players through verdant fields winding in the shadow of historic Roper’s Knob hillside. With a mix of wooded and open spaces, the South Course offers a unique and challenging golf experience.
Together, these courses are widely recognized as among the finest in Tennessee, having served as the hosts of many local, regional, and national competitions.
Source: venue website