Last updated on September 28th, 2018
The Barefoot Golf Club in Myrtle Beach are popular Myrtle Beach “Golf Picks” that golfers love playing. These 4 courses are located in North Myrtle Beach. The Barefoot four represents courses designed by Tom Fazio, Pete Dye, and Greg Norman Davis Love III all well know in the Myrtle Beach Area. Book your Barefoot Golf Package Now at a Great Price.
Barefoot Golf Course located on the Intracoastal Waterway with Spectacular Views
The Barefoot courses include Barefoot Love, Barefoot Fazio, Barefoot Dye & Barefoot.
Barefoot Love Course
Bermuda greens are fast and hard. A Signature Hole for the Love course is the 4th Hole – 294 Yard Par 4 – Love’s signature hole at Barefoot is undoubtedly this driveable par four that is flanked by water on the right the whole way to the green. A drive that carries 260 yards is required to carry the last fairway bunker and set up a great birdie chance.
Course is wide open in spots, but narrow in others – you need to know the distance of your clubs well, especially off the tee, as there are often many different lines you can take depending on how far you hit the ball (a Par 5 with a split fairway on the back 9 is a good example).
Barefoot Fazio 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 the to golfing round. The bunkers are enormous and the course has been considered more challenging then the others.
Barefoot Dye Course
The Dye Course greens are complex and medium is size and mild in undulation, but surrounding swales and collection areas make for some tricky up and downs. Penal bunkers (high lipped) can often be found on wither sides of the putting surfaces – and also penalize offline tee shots along the rolling, mounded fairways. Land in one of the deep fairway traps and par opportunities become a scrambling situation. Wind is a factor on this course as well, as many holes are quite open. The typical Dye challenges including elaborate bunkering and undulating green complexes.. There are surprising elevation changes, and some beautiful water features that come into play on 5 holes.
Barefoot Norman Course
the Norman Course is one of the longest courses along the Grand Strand. Designed with in mind, each player will have multiple opportunities to use Norman’s signature ‘bump-n-run’ shot around these undulated greens. There are seven holes that run along the Intracoastal Waterway giving players spectacular views as they attempt to sink a crucial birdie putt. Often described as a desert course without the desert, the Norman Course serves up a little bit of Australian flavor to every player who golfs here.
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