Barefoot Resort

Barefoot Resort is home to the most decorated multi-course golf resort in Myrtle Beach, it 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 top golf layouts. Each one achieved their goal of creating unique, visually striking, and fun to play courses. Each Barefoot Resort golf course has been ranked by every major golf publication. It has been the host site to Golf Channel’s hit TV show “BIG BREAK Myrtle Beach” and was heralded as the #1 “Top 50 Courses of Myrtle Beach” as well as the “Golf Course of the Year“


 


Famed architect Pete Dye maintains his reputation of building memorable-and challenging-courses with the Dye Course at Barefoot Resort. This visually stunning design is filled with Dye’s infamous pitfalls for wary shots. Working with exceptional elevations and an excellent site, this course lives up to the Dye name. Dye’s course is one of four Championship Golf Courses built concurrently at North Myrtle Beach’s 2,377 acre Barefoot Resort, and is the only one of the four to be semi-private. Be warned, this is a beautiful, but, rather difficult course. Be ready for a challenge.


 


Seven holes along the Intracoastal Waterway highlight Greg Norman’s newest design at Barefoot Resort. Framed by the site’s original vegetation, each hole enhances the beauty of its natural vistas. Combined with open green complexes and fairways running up to the sand, the Norman course presents a stunning challenge for any golfer. The stunning waste areas and the site’s natural vegetation were used to frame each hole. The course resembles one found in the deserts of the Southwest, without the desert.


 


The Love Course at Barefoot Resort is a traditional course with a Lowcountry character and incorporates Davis Love, III’s Carolina golfing experiences in the design. This visually striking course features course generous landing areas and greens complexes similar to those found on Pinehurst #2 at the 1999 U.S. Open. 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.


 


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.