Davis Love III was the least renowned of the four architects that designed courses at Barefoot Resort, one of the Myrtle Beach, South Carolina area’s flagship properties, but 13 years later his design is arguably the most popular of the quartet. The layout, which pays homage, to Love’s Carolina roots, is fun to play. Many Top 100 courses are known for their difficulty, but Love managed to perfectly thread the needle, crafting a design that challenges low handicappers while allowing, ahem, less skilled players to enjoy an elite course. On top of that, the memories of the faux ruins of an old plantation home will be with you long after your vacation ends. See why it's a must play during Myrtle Beach golf trips.
4980 Barefoot Resort Bridge Road, North Myrtle Beach, SC, 29582
As one of four stellar designs at Barefoot Resort & Golf, the Love Course provides ample challenged for the more skilled player, yet playability and enjoyment for the average player. Join us on a dynamic video and hole-by-hole tour of this magnificent layout.Read More
Caledonia Golf & Fish Club has earned “Best in Region” honors as one of 13 Grand Strand designs included in the South Carolina Golf Course Ratings Panel’s (SCGCRP) 2019 release of its “Best You Can Play” Public Access Courses in South Carolina.Read More
Team Canada took five of a possible six points today in the Day 2 morning session of the inaugural Can Am Cup at the Norman Course at Barefoot Resort & Golf, and Team USA came roaring back on the Fazio course in the afternoon session with 4.5 points of their own to draw within one point entering Saturday’s final session.Read More
A little competition on the golf course never hurt anyone, right? In fact, competition fuels camaraderie and enthusiasm for the game – and we’re in for a friendly dose of it this week as 24 golfers square off in the inaugural Myrtle Beach Can Am Cup Golf Tournament at Barefoot Resort & Golf.Read More
Our good friend from Philly could really use a break from Old Man Winter. A spring golf trip sounds like a great idea. So he has a simple question for anyone thinking about it:
Why wait?Read More
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