Barefoot Resort – Norman Course

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Barefoot Resort – Norman Course

4980 Barefoot Resort Bridge Road · North Myrtle Beach SC, 29582

Sometimes overlooked in favor of its sister layouts, Greg Norman’s only public course in Myrtle Beach is not one to be missed. The Normal Course features incredibly memorable play, with four holes on the back nine running adjacent to the Intracoastal Waterway. How’s that for a water hazard?

Course Highlights

  • 2010 “Top 60 Course in Myrtle Beach” (#43) – Golf Digest
  • Par 72 course with 7,200-yard layout
  • Gently undulating greens with an average area of 6,300 square feet
  • The course embodies Greg Norman's philosophy of "bump and run" shots around the greens.

Course Details


Slope Rating

Course Rating

Location: North
Designer: Greg Norman
Rating: 73.4
Slope: 138
Distance: 6,888 from the Platinum tees


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We hope your starting to think about your spring golf vacation and your visit to the Grand Strand. Watch this great video on the Norman Course at Barefoot Resort, its a must play on your next trip to the the "Golf Capital of the World" Myrtle Beach South Carolina.
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Yves L'Heureux, sur la liste pour un éventuel retour à Myrtle.

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