The Legends is not just a name. Each hole is named for a legendary United States Marine who significantly impacted U.S. history or excelled in service. All of them trained or were stationed on Parris Island. Visit on the right day and you can hear the sounds of future Marines training to become members of the world’s most elite fighting force and legends in their own right.
To learn more about the Marines who gave The Legends’ its name visit the Pro Shop for a yardage book.
Hole #4 - Lieutenant Colonel Alfred Austell Cunningham (1st Marine Corps Aviator and 1st Director of Marine Corps Aviation)
Hole #5 - Master Gunnery Sergeant Leland “Lou” Diamond (Nicknames include “Mr. Marine”, “Mr. Leatherneck”, and “The Honker”)
Hole #10 - The Honorable Zell Bryan Miller (U.S. Senator from Georgia 2000 – 2005, 79th Governor of Georgia 1991 – 1999, and 8th Lieutenant Governor of Georgia 1975 – 1991)
Hole #14 - Lieutenant General Julian Constable Smith (Fought in the Occupation of Veracruz, Occupation of Nicaragua and World War II: Battle of Tarawa and Battle of Peleliu)
Hole #17 - General Alexander Archer Vandegrift (World War II Medal of Honor recipient and 18th Commandant of the Marine Corps 1944 – 1947)
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