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Barefoot Resort - Norman Golf Course

4980 Barefoot Resort Bridge Rd, North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582-9361
+1 855-348-4372
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I was underwelmed

Having lived on the south strand for 12 years I have played all over the Strand but 75% of my... read more

Reviewed 20 July 2017
Ron K
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Murrells Inlet, South Carolina
9am 12 Golfer Outing

9am Wednesday, May 24th 12 Golfers Norman Course Parking: Limited parking in front of the... read more

Reviewed 25 May 2017
LouFaulx
,
North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
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Seven holes along the Intracoastal Waterway highlight Greg Norman's design at Barefoot Resort framed by the site's original vegetation, each hole enhances the beauty of its natural vistas.Combined with open green complexes and fairways running up to the sand, the Norman course presents a stunning challenge for any golfer.The stunning waste areas and the site's natural vegetation were used to frame each hole. The course resembles one found in the deserts of the Southwest, without the desert. For example, one hole has fairways that flow into the native areas surrounding the course while another hole features fairway and a partial rough transitioning into the native areas. A third distinction is a formal rough that encompasses the entire golf hole. There are no angular or artificial lines in the shape of the course. Bunkers have sloping white faces (similar to a MacKenzie style golf course) with intermittent sod wall bunkering at strategic locations throughout the course.The Norman Course is a Par 72, approximately 7,200 yards long and was designed with Norman's philosophy to bring into play the"bump and run" shots around the greens. This will give the player the option to play a number of different shots.The greens are gently undulating and consist of an average green area of 6,300 square feet. The green surfaces consist of a Champion UltraDwarf Grass. Tees and Fairway consist of GN-1, which is a hybrid turf developed by Greg Norman Turf. The approach areas are Tifdwarf grass.
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  • Average15%
  • Poor10%
  • Terrible2%
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4980 Barefoot Resort Bridge Rd, North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582-9361
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Reviewed 20 July 2017

Having lived on the south strand for 12 years I have played all over the Strand but 75% of my rounds have been south of Route 501. But, I always wondered what all the hoopla was about the Barefoot Courses. I finally wandered north today...More

Thank Ron K
Reviewed 25 May 2017 via mobile

9am Wednesday, May 24th 12 Golfers Norman Course Parking: Limited parking in front of the clubhouse. Free shuttles available at their overload parking area. Surroundings: *Beautifully designed landscaping and clubhouse Staff: *Extremely cordial and accommodating from arrival to departure Course: *Very wet from a lot...More

Thank LouFaulx
Reviewed 3 February 2017

Never having played Barefoot before, my friend and I decided to try the Norman Course since we got a special discount for that day. We played the white. The course was in super shape and everything was so well done. It was worth every dime...More

Thank Pierre_Kingston
Reviewed 4 December 2016

Played the Norman Course at Barefoot Landing today 12/3/16. Course was in great condition, both fairways and greens and a very enjoyable and challenging layout.

Thank David C
Reviewed 27 October 2016 via mobile

Played the Norman, Love, and Fazio courses last week at Barefoot Resort. Each has its own character and all were a lot of fun to play. I suggest you play it forward on all these courses so that you can enjoy them and score well....More

Thank jerrylefevre49
Reviewed 24 October 2016

A Our group of 16 golfers played the Love course shortly after the hurricane. It was in superb shape - fairways clean and very nice; greens true and fast, adn play on pace. Highly recommen ded!

Thank BJW45701
Reviewed 27 August 2016 via mobile

Norman course was hands down the best placed I've played down here yet. Signature hole #10 is worth every penny to see. Can't bring a cooler on the course, that's no problem they already have one on the cart with ice ready for your beverage....More

Thank chrisctdriveshaft
Reviewed 23 August 2016

Four courses here but the Norman is fairest for the women. None of these are easy courses but why not be challenged???? Love this resort and will be back next year!

1  Thank Joyce D
Reviewed 15 April 2016

for the $125 paid for a "discounted round" it was far inferior to other Myrtle beach courses my husband and I played for less than half that price... tee boxes not that great and nothing of interest. made for a pretty boring round of golf.

Thank Carolyn H
Reviewed 23 February 2016

Played after heavy rain which made it cart path only. The fairways were soaked and so were our shoes after playing it. Bunkers were mud. I'm sure it's a nice course under better conditions. But of the 4 Barefoot courses, this one offers the least...More

Thank Sean T
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