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Barefoot Golf Resort Myrtle Beach

Barefoot Golf Resort Myrtle Beach

Barefoot Resort and Golf, located in the heart of the Lowcountry of North Myrtle Beach, SC, was built to provide a distinguished golf vacation unlike any other golf resort on the East Coast. Proclaimed as one of the most renowned South Carolina golf resorts, Barefoot Golf Resort Myrtle Beach is in the heart of the “Grand Strand” and offers access to some of the “Best golf courses in Myrtle Beach”. 

Accommodations at Barefoot range from 2 to 4-bedroom villas and each unit comes equipped with a kitchen, living, and dining area. ‘Dirty Dons Oyster Bar and Grill’ is located on site and guests can also make a short trip into Barefoot Landing for a myriad of additional dining options.

Home to the most decorated multi-course golf resort in Myrtle Beach, Barefoot Golf Resort was designed by hall of fame players and architects: Greg Norman, Davis Love III, Tom Fazio and Pete Dye. They produced the perfect setting for some of the east coast’s best golf. Each one achieved their goal of creating unique, visually striking, and fun to play courses.

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Norman Course

Seven holes along the Inter-coastal Waterway highlight Greg Norman’s design at Barefoot Resort as utilising the courses natural environment, vegetation and vistas.  Combined with open green complexes and fairways running up to the sand, the Norman course presents a stunning challenge for any golfer.

The Norman Course is a Par 72, approximately 7,000 yards long and was designed with Norman’s philosophy to bring into play the”bump and run” shots around the greens. This allows players to use all of their shots to get around the course.

Love Course

Carolina native, Davis Love III embraces a tradition of Lowcountry character in his design. The Love course incorporates the recreated ruins of an old plantation home along holes 3-7. Wide open fairways and generous landing areas set the stage for an unforgettable round of golf. The Love Course at Barefoot Resort is a traditional course with a Lowcountry character, incorporating Davis Love III’s Carolina golfing experiences in its design. This visually striking course features generous landing areas and green complexes similar to those found on Pinehurst #2, which has hosted more single golf championships than any golf course in America. The Love Course is a Par 72 and plays over 7,000 yards. The course will challenge the good player, yet provide playability and enjoyment for the average player.

Fazio Course

The Fazio Course at Barefoot Resort is routed through a spectacular piece of property in the heart of Barefoot Resort. Like many European courses, the course does not return to the clubhouse after nine holes. It is not a British linksland course, but rather a classic Lowcountry course, filled with live oaks, pines, sand, natural areas and native grasses. Located between the Dye Course and the Love Course, the Fazio course has been strategically designed, incorporating extensive tree cover and many lakes into the landscaping. Waste areas and formal bunkers have been handcrafted and placed for visual and strategic effect, while natural elevation changes add a sense of drama and excitement to the round. Water features can be seen on 15 holes, yet many lakes are in out-of-play areas to ensure playability. The Fazio Course is a Par 71, approximately 6,834 yards long. The course offers five sets of tees to give players of all skill levels the opportunity to play a course of championship caliber and still have the right balance of competitiveness and fun.

Dye Course

The Dye Course is the only semi-private facility at Barefoot Resort. Bordering the natural white sands of the Carolina Bays, this visually stunning design is filled with the infamous pitfalls for wayward shots that have become synonymous with the Dye name. Both beautiful and treacherous, the Dye Course is an experience you won’t soon forget. Pete Dye upholds his reputation of building memorable and challenging golf courses by creating a stunning design filled with potential traps to capture errant shots. However, if played from the appropriate set of tees, players of all abilities will be able to navigate the Dye Course. Pete Dye is famous for his use of native grasses. The fairways are GN-1 Bermuda grass, a hybrid developed by Greg Norman Turf. The approaches are Tifdwarf Bermudagrass and the greens are Champion UltraDwarf. The dramatic visual effects are achieved by the Centipede and Zoysia grass roughs. The course is a Par 72, 7,343-yard layout, located within the confines of The Dye Estates.


Myrtle Beach, south-carolina

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Great for long stay

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30 minutes from airport

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Norman Course

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12 hours (1 stop)

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