Barefoot Resort and Golf includes four courses. Each course is named for its designer: Greg Norman, Davis Love III, Tom Fazio, and Pete Dye.
The Love course is just plain fun to play. It is ranked as number one by Golf Digest among all Myrtle Beach courses. It is a beautiful setting and has even recreated the ruins of an antebellum plantation that could come into play for errant shots.
The Fazio Course has been honored numerous times since it was built. Fazio uses the environment and the lay of the land to fashion a really nice course.
Pete Dye lives up to his reputation on The Dye course, meaning that this course is challenging. So come prepared, you may be humbled. The Dye Course hosts the annual Hootie and the Blowfish Monday After the Masters Pro- Am.
It’s just across the Intracoastal Waterway from Barefoot Landing with shopping, dining, entertainment and attractions for families who aren’t golfing or for drinks and dinner after the golf events.