“I think players will be pleasantly surprised at the conditions, given what everyone at the beach has gone through,” said Dave Genevro, general manager at Barefoot Resort, home of the four of the area’s premier courses. “I’ve been here 15 years and I saw water in places I’ve never seen it before, but conditions are going to better than people expect, based on what they saw on TV.”
Barefoot’s Love Course will welcome golfers back at 8 a.m. tomorrow, and its sister courses – the Dye, Fazio and Norman – plan to reopen on Wednesday.
[The vast majority or Myrtle Beach golf courses will be reopening Wednesday. Please check back as we will be providing updated information on course reopenings throughout the day Tuesday and Wednesday]
Here is a list of area courses that will be reopening Tuesday, October 6: