Beautiful course. This is my favorite course in the South Metro. It is a good mix of challenging and less challenging holes. I would compare it on the same level of Stone Ridge, Rush Creek, or Chaska Town Course.
The tee boxes from front to back are almost like playing different courses. The Blacks (second to last) are the most fun. The blues are the most commonly played. If you spray the ball around, expect to lose some balls in the fescue, water, and wooded areas.
Hands down one of the top 5 courses in the state. Has always been in great shape and some of the best holes you'll find anywhere.
Pricey but worth it when you want to treat yourself to a great golf experience.
Recently played here, and it has become my favorite public course in the Twin Cities. Better than Stoneridge (barely), better than Troy Burne, Rush Creek, Willingers, The Wilds, etc. Weekend twilight was very reasonable ($52 walking) also.
The course was a great shape.It is tough and lots of trouble, but is not unfair. It mianders through marshs and woodlands that provide a great variety of holes With the exception of the 1st hole, there isn't a boring hole on the course. The par 3's really shine, including two 170-yarders that are all carry over water. Though I no longer live in the Twin Cities, the next time I visit, I will surely carve out time to play there again (assuming there is no snow on the ground).
Legends Clubhouse not only hosted our wedding but has served my wife, her family and our friends numerous meals. The scenery is great and the grounds are top notch.
Visited The Legends for dinner last Friday and had their blackened walleye. I've had other fish blackened before but never walleye so didn't know what to expect. It was absolutely one of the best things I've ever had! The rest of the meal was equally as good, as was the service. I'll more than likely be returning again this Friday. Without a doubt, one of the best meals I've ever had anywhere!