WelcomeWelcome from Owner, Jack Gaudion
The property is called The Legend for two reasons: One, as a tribute to the game of golf's greatest players, including someone I admire, Payne Stewart. Second, as a benchmark we strive to achieve each and every day.
From the moment this project was conceived, our goal was to create a club and community that truly was legendary. From the golf course—to the homesites—to the clubhouse—to the pool and tennis complex—to the cuisine—to the way we treat our members and guests, we do our utmost to make The Legend live up to its name. Our absolute goal is to build a club and community that has no peers and is not only a future model for other properties in Wisconsin, but in the country.
To be legendary means you can never rest on your laurels. To earn the legendary distinction, the great champions we honor—Ben Hogan, Bobby Jones, Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus—had to succeed over a lifetime. The same requirement applies to us. Even though we might have “wowed” our members yesterday, we realize it just means we must exceed their expectation today, and tomorrow, and the next day, and for as long as they honor us with their membership. Legendary status also isn’t self-proclaimed. It is bestowed by our members and guests. You decide whether the distinction applies and we relish the challenge of convincing you. If you are a prospective member, take a look around this web site and get a feel for all that The Legend can offer your family. If you’d like to see our club in person, give me a call for a tour of our fantastic property.
If you are a current member, use this site as a tool to find out all that is going on at the club. You are sure to find events, activities and cuisine that you will want to enjoy. Come back often as this site’s content will change weekly and sometimes even daily. Thank you again for your interest in our club and community. Please let me know if there is anything we can do for you.
Live the Legend!
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These individuals are called Members.”