Barefoot Resort- Norman Course
With seven holes along the Intracoastal Waterway and a recent honor as a top- 100 course in the Carolina’s by Golfstyles Magazine, the Norman Course at Barefoot Resort and Golf is the perfect high- end ” starter ” course, according to Director of Golf Mike Ross. Designed by Greg Norman, the track combines the aforementioned water, oversized waste areas, bump- and- run action and the pristine overall surface quality come to be expected at any of the Barefoot Rounds.
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