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
Project Golf, a Myrtle Beach-based initiative dedicated to growing the game of golf by increasing access to facilities and quality instruction, has received a $25,000 donation from the Heritage Classic Foundation, a 501 (c)(3) not-for-profit that is the host organization for the PGA TOUR’s RBC Heritage Presented by Boeing.Read More
Making the rounds this week, we found one course after another that’s in absolutely sparkling condition right now for your Second Season golf getaway. Take a look at the sights we captured at Barefoot Resort’s Fazio, Love and Norman courses, Tidewater, Eagle Nest and River Hills!Read More
Golf Magazine has unveiled its ranking of the “Top 100 Resorts In North America,” and two of Myrtle Beach’s most popular properties – Barefoot Resort and Caledonia/True Blue – earned a spot on the prestigious list.Read More
As Hurricane Dorian continued moving past the Carolinas Friday, the Myrtle Beach golf community was already busy with short-term cleanup efforts that will see two-thirds of its courses along the Grand Strand re-open this weekend.Read More
Project Golf has been going strong in Myrtle Beach for months now. Hear from the people of Project Golf on why this program is so important, and why you should consider joining!Read More
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