Barefoot Golf Resort - Home of Four World Class Courses

Four " World Class" Golf Courses on one property!

The Dye Course's eightenth hole and Clubhouse The Fazio Course at Barefoot Resort Golf features large greens and plenty of bunkers



The Barefoot Resort Dye Course

Pete Dye has created a gem, here at The Barefoot Golf Resort. With the numerous bunkers creating a visual intimidating view, it takes a few times to find out the best way to play this course. You will want to include this Barefoot Resort golf course in one of your Myrtle Beach golf packages.




The Fazio Course

Tom Fazio utilized the natural lakes, wetlands and large bunkers to create a great challenge for the pros, as well as a very playable Barefoot Resort course for the rest of us. A Myrtle Beach package with the Barefoot Fazio course in it will be fun for sure.


The Dye Course at Barefoot, the only semi-private course at The Barefoot Resort

The 18 hole at the Barefoot Fazio Course
Old plantation ruins are a feature of the love Course at Barefoot

This is one of the signature holes at the norman course at Barefoot

The Love Course

Davis Love III built a replica of a ruined southern plantation, then built a wonderful golf course around these ruins. You will not go wrong by adding this courses to one of your Myrtle Beach golf vacations.







The Norman Course

Greg Norman used the natural terrain, local fauna and The Atlantic Intra Coastal Waterway to create one of his masterpieces. Booking a Myrtle Beach golf vacation with The Barefoot Norman Course in it will be a treat.

The Barefoot love courses is built around ruins of an old plantation home. looking back towards the tee of the norman course at Barefoot
Barefoot Golf Packages - Four Play - Midweek Specials

The Barefoot Resort offers Multiplay & Midweek Myrtle Beach packages. They also partner with some of the better Myrtle Beach courses like Caledonia, Tidewater & True Blue to create some very nice Myrtle Beach vacations.

Barefoot is in the North Myrtle Beach section of the Grand Strand. The Myrtle Beach Grand Strand reach from Pawleys Island, South Carolina in the southern Grand Stran to Calabash, North Carolina in the northern area.
Check the lodging options at the Barefoot Golf Villas, The North Tower or The Yacht club.