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
Azaleas abound in the Southeast around Masters Week time, and the Myrtle Beach golf scene is no exception! See how they’re accenting superb spring playing conditions up and down the Grand Strand as we take our weekly tour, as seen through the eyes and lenses of our Instagram fans!Read More
Spring has officially arrived. Are you ready to test your game on the best the “Golf Capital of the World” has to offer? Our courses are ready! See what they’re looking like right now, as seen through the eyes and lenses of Instagram users.Read More
The weather’s turning, and the golf buzz in Myrtle Beach has notably picked up the pace with warmer weather and sunny skies over the past several days. Join us on our weekly tour around the Grand Strand golfing landscape, as seen through the eyes and lenses of Instagram users!Read More
Dave Genevro, general manager at Barefoot Resort & Golf in North Myrtle Beach, S.C., walks us through the thorough procedures his golf course staff goes through to maximize your safety during the global pandemic, from upon your arrival to the completion of your round. Updated information from February 2021 is provided in captions in this video.Read More
A sold-out field of 300 golfers from 29 states descends upon the Grand Strand this weekend to kick off Myrtle Beach’s 2021 tournament season, as the Myrtle Beach Preseason Classic begins Monday and continues through Wednesday.Read More
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