Barefoot Resort Dye Course. Live Pricing.
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This course, designed by architect Pete Dye, certainly doesn’t stray from his reputation of building memorable and challenging courses. The semi-private course is filled with pitfalls for wayward shots, native grass and exceptional elevations. Bordering the white sands of the Carolina Bays is what makes this course a great pick for your golf vacation in Myrtle Beach.
Very nice course also pace of play great very soggy conditions.
The best course we played. Very interesting layout. Good condition. Great amenities
Home of the 5.5 hour round! The way the bunkers surround the fairways,if you are "cart path only" it is one long day!!
Didn’t have the opportunity to play here.We decided to take a non golf day and enjoy Myrtle Beaches other attractions
Some greens in below average condition, many sand traps were mud traps, didn't think course was up to its ratings
Really enjoyed this course. It is a tough but fair challenge to your game and is in wonderful shape.
Great condition. The starter was a dick bc he said you had to be a 2 handicap to play the tips. We did anyways and had a blast. Easily one of the most challenging but favorite courses.
Great course. Staff were excellent. Absolutely go back
One of MB's finest. Excellent course conditions, service, GPS in carts, rangers with cold water watching pace of play, etc.
Unbelievable greens and extremely challenging- great course for challenging your best friend
Barefotts best layout!
Great track, great condition