Barefoot Resort- Love Course
A routine ” Best You Can Play On the Grand Strand” honoree by the South Carolina Golf Course Ratings Panel and one of the Golfweek’s 2015 ” Best 100 Resort Courses”, the Barefoot Resort and Golf Love Course has continued to deck out its mantle year after year. But it’s not the awards or the trophies that set this 2000 design apart, instead it’s the level- headed approach it was designed with- not to mention a piece of fictional lore early in the round.
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The course opened in 2000 and was designed by legendary architect Tom Fazio, who has designed golf courses all over the world, as well as working at such venues as Augusta National Golf Club. The course is a par 71, with five par threes, four par fives and nine par fours.Get Details
Pete Dye, the patriarch of the successful golf course-designing Dye family, is responsible for the Dye Club at Barefoot Resort, which, at 7,343 yards from the back tees, is the second-longest golf course on the Grand Strand, behind only the Grande Dunes Resort Club.Get Details