The Legacy Golf Club in Henderson truly epitomizes Las Vegas, with perhaps the most recognizable 10th hole in the area. Each tee box is in the shape of playing card suits, so golfers have their pick of teeing off diamonds, hearts, clubs or spades. Designed by noted golf course architect Arthur Hills, The Legacy stretches 7,233 yards and features multi-tiered fairways and expansive greens anchored by strategic bunkers and natural desert terrain. The beautiful par-72, links-style course was voted one of the top 10 courses in Nevada by Golf Digest and annually hosts both the United States Open Qualifying and the American Junior Golf Association. The skilled golfer will enjoy quite a challenge on The Legacy, particularly on the notorious holes 10 through 13, known as the “Devil’s Triangle.” But thanks to the generous landing areas and well-spaced tee boxes, the course also accommodates the beginner. The Legacy offers excellent personal instruction and a large practice area with chipping and putting greens, a bunker play area and a driving range featuring both mats and grass. And as The Legacy is nearly synonymous in Las Vegas with country club amenities and service, it should come as no surprise that the clubhouse offers casually elegant dining and banquet facilities with panoramic views of Sunrise Mountain.