LPGA International has two championship courses, each designed by an award winning architect. The Legends course, designed by Arthur Hills, opened in October 1998. It compliments the first course, designed by Rees Jones, which opened in July 1994. Named the Champions course, the Jones links-style design has been selected for many awards such as GOLF MAGAZINE's "Top Ten You Can Play" public access courses and Golf for Women magazine's "America's Most Women Friendly Golf Course".
In addition to the two championship golf courses, LPGA International has a state-of-the-art practice academy featuring three championship practice holes, five putting greens and chipping areas, practice bunkers and a 360-yard double ended driving range. Guests can enjoy private instructions, golf schools, daily clinics and playing lessons offered by certified LPGA and PGA professionals.
Golfers will find challenges at every turn on our companion 1997 signature Arthur Hills Legends Course. The par 72 layout is a classic at 6,984 yards. Hills used a superb natural setting to create a masterpiece in playability and variety. It features natural wetlands, narrow pine corridors, small greens and strategically placed water hazards.
The Legends Course calls for the player to use their mind ahead of their muscles. Good strategic planning will reward the player with good results and an enjoyable round. Each hole is unique and memorable. The Legends Course played from the proper tees poses an appropriate challenge to more accomplished players and fairness to high handicappers, seniors, women and junior golfers.