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?
4980 Barefoot Resort Bridge Road, North Myrtle Beach, SC, 29582
Barefoot Resort is home to courses designed by Tom Fazio, Davis Love III, Greg Norman and Pete Dye, and the property is widely regarded as one of the area’s best.Read More
Barefoot Resort is one of the premier properties in South Carolina, and if you want to play its quartet of courses, we’d certainly recommend going straight to the source.Read More
Barefoot Resort, home to four courses designed by some of golf’s biggest names, is one of Myrtle Beach’s anchor properties, attracting players from across the country in search of a premium experience.Read More
Myrtle Beach golf courses typically use the summer the months to make capital improvements, and that is certainly the case this year. On the heels of a challenging winter, nine area layouts are installing new greens and numerous others are making upgrades, ensuring pristine conditions when traveling golfers flock to the game’s most popular destination this fall.Read More
The eyes of the golf have turned across the pond for the British Open (or the Open Championship as the rest of the world calls it) and Royal Birkdale. Myrtle Beach enjoys its own connection to the Open Championship in that four former champions have designed courses in golf’s favorite destination.Read More
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