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Take a look at $11 million renovation plans at Vanderbilt Legends Club

Former student-athletes help fund upgrades to the men’s and women’s team facilities


Work will be led by golf course architect Beau Welling. | Rendering via Vanderbilt University

Cue the golf claps. Vanderbilt unveiled new renderings for a multi-million renovation project at the Vanderbilt Legends Club.

The $11 million initiative — connected to the Vandy United campaign and kickstarted by seed gifts from several former student-athletes — will see upgrades to the men’s and women’s team facilities. Here’s what to expect:

  • Renovated clubhouse with a new lobby, hall of fame, team lounge, locker rooms, meeting rooms, fitness area, outdoor terraces, and offices
  • Upgrades to the Cleo and Lewis Conner, Sr. Short Game Practice Facility and driving range tee boxes
  • A new strokes gained area for training

In the two decades since Vanderbilt purchased the club, the men’s and women’s programs combined have won five SEC championships, made 35 NCAA Regional appearances, and reached 22 NCAA championships.

See all of the renderings for yourself. 👀

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