Raymond Floyd left quite a legacy in his PGA Hall of Fame Career, but he left a more literal one just north of Nashville.
The Legacy Golf Course is a public access facility, measuring 6,776 yards from the tips. Although Tennessee is known for its mountains, The Legacy and Nashville itself sit within the “Central Basin,” a fertile region once rife with agriculture, which has lowered considerably following the Civil War. Although not mountainous, The Legacy takes advantage of geography that is both hilly and verdant.
Wetlands and native grasses provide keen fodder for the routing (and hazarding) of the golf course, but the club’s Audubon certification ensures that the property remains nearly as idyllic as the day it was found.