Renovations restore classic looks to these Texas golf courses

By Mark Kazlowski – May 7, 2022

Legacy Hills

Construction is scheduled to begin this summer for the daily fee course on the northwest side of Celina in a 3,200-acre Legacy Hills residential development. It will tentatively be called Golf Club at Legacy Hills. Centurion American Development Group announced the Legacy Hills project near the intersection of Legacy Drive and Celina Parkway. The property has about 4 miles of frontage on the Dallas North Tollway extension.

Lee Singletary, who is designing the course, said the course site is a large greenbelt area in the core of the project with a combination of open space, mature trees and meandering creeks and streams.

“It is a large canvas to work with, and there are many opportunities for outstanding golf holes,” Singletary said in a news release. He said he plans to use the creeks and streams in the routing and strategy for the course.

Singletary, who designed Woodbridge Golf Club in Wylie, said the budget for the golf course, which is expected to stretch to 7,500 yards, is $10 million to $20 million.

“We’re not cutting any corners on this project,” he said.

Centurion American is planning 7,000 single-family homes and 4,100 multifamily units.

Via The Dallas Morning News.

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