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Barefoot Resort Golf Package

The Quick Details: All four of these golf courses at Barefoot Resort in North Myrtle Beach are "must plays", and always rated as some of the best in Myrtle Beach for their beauty, difficulty and overall gameplay satisfaction. Oh yea, you get GPS on the carts, and range balls are included prior to your round.
 
 

The Courses To Choose From at Barefoot

 

 
 

Current Package Pricing for 2017 & 2018

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2 Round Package...from $166 Per Golfer
 

Choose any two of the four Barefoot Resort Golf courses for one low price. No restrictions on time of the day! Each round includes range balls prior to your round and GPS featured on carts.
Promo Code: PK2Pkg

  Pick 2 from:
Love, Norman, Fazio, Dye Courses
06-12-17 to 09-06-17 $170
4 Round Package (That's 3 + 1 FREE) ...from $219 Per Golfer
 

Here's the scoop. You have a decision to make. You play all 4 courses, but one of them must be played in the afternoon (except in November to January.) Each course may only be played once. Don't forget, you get range balls prior to your round included in the price, AND all the carts have GPS on them.
Promo Code: 3PR/4FR

  Pick 4 from:
Love, Norman, Fazio, Dye Courses
6/12 - 9/6/2017 $313
   
No Hidden Fees Added to Our Golf Packages
 
We require a $100 deposit per golfer to book a golf package. All pricing is subject to change without notice, but price will be locked in at the time of booking.
 

It's the Designers that make this Golf Package So Spectacular

Designed by four highly esteemed members of golfing royalty, Barefoot Resort’s four courses are testaments to the genius of their creators. There’s Pete Dye, the son of a golf junkie who gave up a million-dollar insurance sales career to design golf courses and even got some help from Uncle Sam along the way. Joining the Army to be a paratrooper in 1944, World War II ended before Dye was deployed oversees and he spent most of his tour of duty as greenskeeper for the Fort Bragg golf course.

Then there’s Aussie Greg Norman, a.k.a. The Great White Shark, who spent 331 weeks as the PGA’s No. 1 golfer in the 80s and 90s. And Davis Love III, the son of a professional golfer who went on to become a three-time All-American at the University of North Carolina before embarking on a highly successful professional career. (And for the trivia buff, Love hit the second longest drive ever recorded in PGA history, a 476 yarder at the 2004 Mercedes Championship.)

And last, but in no way least, there’s Tom Fazio, golf architect extraordinaire, who’s designed more than 120 courses with more ranked in the country’s top 100 than any other designer.

The Courses

Fazio Course – Consistently ranked as one of Golf Magazine’s best public courses in the state, this classic Low Country course plays through a singularly spectacular piece of property with a landscape rich in pines, live oaks, natural areas and native grasses. Expect to see water on 15 of its holes with much of that water in the form of out-of-play lakes. Waste areas and bunkers are placed for visual and strategic impact throughout.

Dye Course – Universally regarded as a design wizard with inclinations toward evil genius, Pete Dye’s course at Barefoot is as beautiful and treacherous as any he’s created. With a backdrop of the naturally white sands of the Carolina bays, the course places a premium on accurate shots with deceptive slopes, sculpted mounding, and deep pot bunkers punishing those that aren’t. The Dye Club at Barefoot Resort is the "Winner of the 2013 Myrtle Beach Golf Course of The Year".

Love Course – A traditional Lowcountry layout, the Love course is felt by many to be the most pure fun of the Barefoot tracks to play. The course features elevated tees and wide fairways, but on the edges of play there are plenty of risks in the form of marsh, bunkers and drop-offs. Cluster of bunkers stand guard in front of the greens that are a mix of undulating, tiered and crowned.

Norman Course – With seven holes along the Intracoastal Waterway and only 60 acres of grass to be mowed, the Norman Course adds yet another dimension to golf at Barefoot. Using natural vegetation and waste areas to frame holes, Norman designed this course to accommodate the bump and run shots he loves so much.

Other Considerations

While the semi-private Dye course has its own clubhouse, the Norman, Love and Fazio courses share a 35,000-square-foot clubhouse with all the amenities you could want. There’s also a state-of-the-art 27-acre practice facility. Also worth noting are the many amenities of Barefoot Resort and the unique shopping, dining and entertainment found at the world-renowned Barefoot Landing.
 

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