The Norman Course at Barefoot Resort uses natural vegetation to create a great layout. Seven holes on the back nine run along the Intracoastal Waterway
The Barefoot Norman Course is conveniently located in North Myrtle Beach. Barefoot Resort is directly behind Barefoot Landing. Barefoot Landing offers guests shopping, dining, and entertainment. Golfers will leave all the hustle and bustle of the city behind them after crossing the swing bridge into the resort. Barefoot Resort offers four amazing golf courses. The courses are always well maintained. All four have great layouts. These courses have been designed by some of the best course designers in the world. They are Greg Norman, Davis Love III, Tom Fazio and Pete Dye.
The Barefoot Norman Course has a great layout. Several holes on the back nine run along the waterway. This creates stunning visuals and character. In fact, it adds to the challenge of the golf course. The greens on the Barefoot Norman Course are quite large. They are also wide open. The greens are made up of Champion Ultradwarf Bermuda grass. They are always in great condition. Greg Norman designed this course with scoring opportunities in mind. He made sure that the greens are easy to hit. Be sure to practice your bump and run shots. They will come in handy if you happen to miss any greens.
The Barefoot Norman Course makes good use of its natural surroundings. There is natural grass that can leave players scratching their heads if they land in it. The natural vegetation can also be a challenge if you are not accurate. The Barefoot Norman Course has a “desert course” feel to it. Golfers will notice that some fairways run directly into the natural vegetation on a few holes.
The Barefoot Norman Course has no artificial lines and flows very nicely. This golf course calls for golfers to hit a variety of shots. White-faced bunkers and natural areas add to its appeal and challenge. While generous sized greens make it more playable.
Barefoot offers its guests a great practice facility. The driving range is huge. Its 30 acres and well lit. They also have a nice short game area. The putting green is a great place to learn the speed of the greens. There is also a full service restaurant and bar located at the driving range. The Barefoot range also has a Golfsmith retail store on property. Plus they have a Callaway Performance Center. This is where guests get to test new golf clubs. Or perhaps buy new equipment. The Barefoot Norman Course offers the perfect blend of beauty and difficulty. Coming to the Grand Strand? Do yourself a favor and play all of the Barefoot Resort courses. You will not be sorry!
|4980 Barefoot Resort Bridge Rd.||Website|
|N. Myrtle Beach, SC 29582||Scorecard|