Legend Oaks Golf & Tennis Club

Course Details

Par: 72,  7011 yards
73.5 rating,  135 slope
Architect: Scott W. Pool
Download Scorecard
118 Legend Oaks Way
Summerville SC, 29485
View Map
Phone: (888) 821-4077
Visit Website
Avg. Green Fee: $39 - $53
Interested in playing this course?
...the golf course is more akin to Pinehurst No. 2 in its straightforward presentation of challenge.
- Brian McCallen, Golf Magazine Travel Editor

Course Description

Built on the site of an antebellum rice plantation, Legend Oaks is just minutes from such famed estates-turned-tourist destinations as Drayton Hall, Middleton Place and Magnolia Plantation. Even today, the approach to the clubhouse is framed by the same centuries-old live oaks that graced the drive leading to the plantation's stately manor. No less than <b>GOLF Magazine</b> likened the drive to Augusta National's Magnolia Lane, but added "...the golf course is more akin to Pinehurst No. 2 in its straightforward presentation of challenge."

That is an apt description of a layout where demands are always clearly defined. Course architect Scott Pool brought 10 years experience working for Pete Dye, as well as extensive shaping assignments for Jack Nicklaus, to the project. And it's safe to say that you can see subtle influences of both master designers in Pool's first solo effort.

But unlike Dye, who often seems to relish in the art of deception, Pool shows you exactly what you need to do to score well. Now the challenge is up to you. Can you negotiate a course that puts water in play on 13 of the 18 holes? The answer is yes, if you play smart, well-executed shots. Remember, Pool isn't out to trick you here. His Legend Oaks design is more rooted in the strategic, rather than the heroic, school of golf course architecture. If you appreciate the traditional style courses given to us in golf's "Golden Age," of which Pinehurst No. 2 is a shining example, you'll definitely enjoy what Pool has created at Legend Oaks.


Golf Guide

Request Your Area Golf Guide

A guide for everything you need to know about golf in the Charleston area. You'll find detailed course descriptions, information on lodging, dining, and attractions. Request your guide today!

Request Golf Guide

Pleasant Year-Round

The Charleston area has a semi-tropical climate with typically mild winters and warm summers. Average high temperatures range from 57°F to 89°F. Which means you can enjoy activities year-round.

View Monthly Averages
Charleston Weather
Avg. Conditions
Temperature (F)
HighLowPrecip. (in)
© 2024 Charleston Golf, Inc.