Legacy Club at Alaqua Lakes

Longwood, Florida | 18 holes | Par: 72 | 7160 yards

A view from tee #12 from Legacy Club at Alaqua Lakes
A view from tee #12 from Legacy Club at Alaqua Lakes

Legacy Club at Alaqua Lakes is an 18-hole golf course in Longwood that Tom Fazio has praised as among his best efforts. The golf course opened in 1998.

Legacy Club at Alaqua Lakes was carved around a dense forest of lush, mature trees with spectacular topography, dramatic slopes, rises and knolls unique to Florida. The Legacy Club is certified as an Audubon International Signature Certified Sanctuary golf course.

Par, yardages and course ratings

Tee Par Yardage Rating Slope
White 72 6368 70.7 124
Blue 72 6763 72.4 128
Silver 72 5383 66.1 115
Black 72 7160 74.5 132
Gold (W) 72 5872 72.4 129
Gold 72 5872 68.4 118
Red (W) 72 5055 68.7 119
Silver (W) 72 5383 70.5 121

At a glance

  • Holes: 18
  • Designed by: Beau Welling, Tom Fazio, Tom Marzolf
  • Type: Private
  • Built in: 1998
  • Golf Season: Year round
  • Visitor Policy: With member only
  • Tee times welcomed: Search tee times

Practice facilities

  • Driving range: Yes
  • Putting green: Yes


  • Teaching pro: Yes
  • Golf school / golf academy: Yes


  • Pro: Yes
  • Rental clubs: Yes
  • Rental carts: Yes - included in green fees
  • Pull carts:



A view of the 15th hole from Legacy Club at Alaqua LakesA view over the water of hole #6 from Legacy Club at Alaqua Lakes

1700 Alaqua Lakes Blvd
Longwood, Florida 32779
Seminole County
P: (407) 842-1452, (407) 333-1450
F: (407) 444-9975
W: www.heathrowcc.com

Reader Ratings / Reviews

  • 4.5 stars out of 5
    by The Golfin' Guy
    on May 03rd, 2021 11:10
    Although best known for its world-class theme parks such as Disney World and Universal Studios, the Orlando area is home to some of the best golf courses in the state of Florida, including one that hosts a PGA TOUR event every year. Many of these courses are accessible to the public and for the most part, they are in great shape and extremely playable year-round.

    One area of Orlando that is often overlooked for golf is Seminole County, north and west of downtown. After a recent visit to the area and the opportunity to play both some public and private courses, I find that hard to believe. The topography of the land is not what you typic see in Florida – flat and boring; it has some roll and undulation to it – naturally! That can make for some interesting golf shots, especially the dreaded uneven lie.

    The Legacy Club at Alaqua Lakes was designed by one of golf’s most decorated architects, Tom Fazio, who considers this to be “one of his best efforts.” There are six sets of tees and the course can be played anywhere from 5,055 – 7,160 yards. The course is cut out of a dense forest and the trees tend to create a few narrow corridors on several holes. There is also a good bit of roll in the topography of the land out here. Pretty impressive for this part of Florida! The Legacy Club is often the site of US Open Qualifiers and the course has several PGA TOUR members. Number 11 was my favorite hole, a gentle dogleg right par 4 that plays 495 yards from the Blue Tees. Trees line both sides of the fairways and the bunkers on the left side can come into play off the tee. You’ll want to play your tee shot down the left side as the trees tend to block out shots from the right side. The green has some good undulation to it and is protected by several bunkers. Finishing with the same ball you teed off with on Number 1 is somewhat of an accomplishment at the Legacy Club!

    The Legacy Club at Alaqua Lakes and her sister club down the street, Heathrow, are managed by Concert Golf Properties. Becoming a member at one of these clubs not only gives you membership at both Heathrow and Legacy Club but also gives you reciprocity at all 21 properties around the country.

    After your round at The Legacy Club, stop by the Legacy Grill for a good meal in casual surroundings. The menus at Heathrow and Legacy Club are almost identical simply means great food is available at both!

    When you’re not on one of the fine golf courses in Seminole County, there is plenty to do in the area without hitting one of the nearby theme parks! Eat, drink, and shop in Historic Sanford, visit the Central Florida Zoo, go kayaking in search of manatees or just sit outside and soak up that Florida sun. Seminole County is flush with restaurants too, offering just about every cuisine imaginable.
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