Centurion American Development Group recently announced a new luxury country club will be coming to North Texas. Named 1876 and located in the Legacy Hills development in Celina, Texas, the country club will offer an exceptional golf experience.
“1876 will offer Celina and all of the region a truly unique and special place to gather,” said Mehrdad Moayedi, CEO of Centurion American Development Group. “This spectacular country club will become the central hub for the Legacy Hills development.”
1876 Country Club, named for the year Celina was established, will offer a golf program, tennis courts, swimming, dining and social opportunities. The development team is considering the addition of a boutique hotel to the property as well.
The golf program will include an 18-hole course designed by Lee Singletary as well as a driving range, practice facility and short-game area. The course will play to a length of 7,337 yards from the Championship tees. There will be five sets of tees for each hole, making it playable for a variety of handicaps.
Following the opening of the golf course tentatively scheduled for November 2024, the clubhouse facilities will be built. The luxurious, full-service facility will include a state-of-the-art fitness center including men’s and women’s locker rooms with saunas, a group fitness area and private member areas. Both fine and casual dining opportunities will be available at the facility.
“We’ve already had amazing interest in 1876,” said Sandy Lewis, the club’s director of sales, operations and membership. “Since Centurion American broke ground on the Legacy Hills development in April 2022, we’ve had inquiries from people enthusiastic about the potential for this beautiful golf facility.”
The 1876 Country Club has begun offering Founding Memberships to individuals and businesses. There will be a limited number of Founding Memberships that feature numerous perks, including partial rebates of initiation fees, private events and preferred access to tee times. Initially, only golf memberships will be sold, but the club will eventually offer both tennis and social memberships.
Those interested in membership at 1876 Country Club are encouraged to contact Sandy Lewis at [email protected] or 214-458-5501.