Legacy GC to Reopen October 12th

By | October 11th, 2017

The Henderson, Nev. property was acquired by Par Excellence Drive Trust, LLC after it closed in July. Elite Golf Management, which oversees several courses in the Las Vegas area, has been retained to manage and maintain the club.

 

The new owners of Legacy Golf Course in Henderson, Nev. announced on October 10 that a soft opening of the golf course would take place on Thursday, October 12, KLAS CBS 8 of Las Vegas reported.

The property is now under the management of Par Excellence Drive Trust, LLC, which undertook a complete review to enhance the championship-level golf course after it was closed in July, KLAS reported.

C&RB reported at the end of August on the new owners’ vows to retain the property as a golf course (https://clubandresortbusiness.com/2017/08/new-owners-legacy-gc-stay-golf-course-forever-ever/).

“We are excited to bring back the course to the community and look forward to welcoming our Henderson neighbors and all Southern Nevada residents back to the Legacy,” said Georges Maalouf, co-trustee of Par Excellence Drive Trust.  “Our goal from when we purchased the course was to find a way to make the course financially stable as well as environmentally friendly.”

Par Excellence Drive Trust has hired Elite Golf Management to provide maintenance services and make the course operational, KLAS reported. Elite is also handling the day-to-day operations of the course, as one of the several courses in the area it oversees.

“We look forward to building a new Legacy as we continue to reach out and work with all of the homeowners to improve and enhance the community,” said Eddie Haddad, co-trustee of Par Excellence Drive Trust.  “We all have a vested interest in preserving the legacy of this golf course not just for the short term, but for the long-term viability of the area.”

Since its purchase of Legacy GC, Par Excellence Drive Trust has continued to work with and reach out to every homeowners’ association to gather feedback and work with them on how best to improve the course to make it an asset for everyone, KLAS reported.

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