2016 SEC Women's Golf Championship
April 15-17, 2016 -- Birmingham, Ala.
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As its name implies, The Legacy Course builds on its revered predecessor's strengths, heightening the challenge to players. Carved naturally from a visually dramatic landscape of placid lakes, meandering streams and the undulation of Alabama's Appalachian foothills, The Legacy requires unwavering physical and mental acumen. Designed by world-famous Architect, Rees Jones, each hole is an inviting yet demanding contest, allowing the player to visualize the shot. The Zoysia fairways and Bent Grass Greens found at Legacy provide members with surfaces that are both challenging and rewarding.
The par-4 ninth hole will instill a healthy respect in even the most stalwart competitors. The green beckons a full 450 yards from the tournament tee, with the lure of several bunkers and a winding stream distracting one's attention. Surmounting these challenges may be achieved with accurate drives. but arriving at the green presents a final skills test. The slope and contour of the putting surface require absolute finesse.
Another worthy challenge is the par-5 eighteenth hole. Reminiscent of the esteemed sixth hole at Congressional Country Club -¬ also a Rees Jones project -- this 540-yard nemesis takes the player through the saddle of a ridge and downhill to an enticing green protected by a lake. The finishing hole provides a real risk-reward test for those who brazenly attempt to reach the green in two shots. Designed to accommodate both member and PGA tournament play, The Legacy is destined to become a heavyweight among championship courses. Like its predecessor, the Legacy also provides a full complement of practice facilities.
The 32 seat restaurant is open for upscale dinner service offering eclectic dinners at all price points for menu items consisting of starters, soups, salads, entrees, desserts, and weekly specials created by our Executive Chef and Greystone's Culinary Team. Our after dinner cordials, extensive wine list and cozy atmosphere make The Falls very special. Reservations are strongly encouraged.
FALLS BREAKFAST & LUNCH
The Falls breakfast and lunch menu items range from warm breakfast sandwiches and wraps to exclusive specials with creole flavors. Lunch items include seasonal salads, soups, specialty items such as pasta bakes and low calorie alternatives, creative burgers, wraps, signature Greystone sandwiches, mouth-watering sides, child plates and more. First come, first served seating.
Hearty home style specialties will be offered in addition to Legacy's lunch menu. The Sunday specials menu offers three delicious southern style "meat and three" selections and two delectable dessert choices. The cozy environment and the "Grandma's cooking" meals really draw a crowd!