Barefoot Resort – Love Course

Designed by Davis Love, III, the Barefoot Resort – Love Course harbors a tradition of low country characteristic in a modern design. Opened in 2000, this par 72 course has a 7,047-yard layout allowing players of different levels to enjoy their rounds starting from different tees. This golf vacation destination has a course rating of 75.1 and a slope rating of 138 with a driving range in order to provide convenience to the players. Wide fairways and generous landing areas make this course more forgiving compared to its three sisters at Barefoot namely: Norman Course, Dye Course, and Fazio Course.

The Barefoot Resort – Love Course earned the number 1 spot on Top 50 Golf Courses in Myrtle Beach by Golf Digest. A native from Carolina, Davis Love infused his design with all his experiences making it one of its kind. Every hole of this resort offer a different golf trip experience towards its players. The Love Course utilizes the GN-1 hybrid turf on fairways and tees while greens displays A-1 bent Grass. Approaches consist of Tif-Sport Bermuda Grass and the Antebellum plantation lines the 3rd hole up to the 7th hole. This plantation is the replicated ruins which provides a sense of lower country theme among the players.

Harboring a 35,000-acre clubhouse, the Barefoot Resort – Love Course is a home of savory dishes served to perfection. The covered porch allows visitors to experience the ambiance of the resort and witness breath-taking views from hole to hole. Various golf vacation package deals are also being offered including summer and fall packages. Players can get their fourth round for free after buying their first 3 rounds.

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