Nestled in the Kettle Moraine, The Legend at Brandybrook encompasses 428 acres of heavily wooded rolling terrain, wetlands and Brandybrook Creek. With 303 of the 428 acres dedicated to the golf course and open space, The Legend offers its member residents spectacular home sites and provides its member golfers a course that is secluded away from the adjacent development.
The site boasts over 200 feet of elevation change offering the clubhouse and property owner's breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside and golf course. Numerous 200-year-old oak trees are intertwined in the golf course and community. Secluded from highway noise and high-density development, The Legend has its entire southern and eastern borders buffered by the Glacial Drumlin Trail and wetlands.
Nestled in rolling Kettle Moraine topography sculpted by the glaciers of the last ice age, and designed by Scott Miller, a former senior designer for Jack Nicklaus, the course plays to 7,005 yards with a par of 71.
Already host of more than one-half dozen state tournaments including regional qualifying for the U.S. Open and the State Amateur Championship, Bristlecone will host the Wisconsin State Open in 2010.