Barefoot Resort – Norman Course

Inspired by the philosophy of Greg Norman’s “bump and run” shots around the green, the Barefoot Resort – Norman Course is said to be the most difficult course compared to its other Barefoot sisters. This resort highlights seven holes placed along the intracoastal waterway of Barefoot while the natural vegetation enhances the hole’s beauty. This golf vacation resort’s fairways running up to the sand and open green complexes present a stunning challenge to golfers of any level. In addition, the course has a touch of desert-style design without a desert.

The Barefoot Resort – Norman Course has a hole with fairways which flow to the native areas around the course while other holes have fairways which transition roughly to the native areas. With par 72 layout that extends up to 7,200 yards approximately, this golf vacation destination is worth every penny spent by the visitors. Gently undulating greens have Champion Ultra Dwarf grass while tees and fairways consist of GN-1 hybrid turf, by Greg Norman Turf itself. Sloping white faces describe the sand bunkers which are placed strategically to challenge even the finest golfer.

Various golf vacation packages are being offered by Barefoot to their regular and first-time visitors. The famous package of Buy 3 and Get the 4th One Free is perfect for golfers who wanted to spend their whole day playing golf. This way, they can save money on their fourth round and even bigger money can be saved if visitors are in a group or family. The Barefoot Resort – Norman Course also offers summer and fall packages with varying rates on peak seasons and midweek booking.

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