Famed architect Pete Dye maintains his reputation of building both memorable and challenging courses with the Dye Course at Barefoot Resort. Home to the annual Hootie & The Blowfish Monday After The Masters Pro-Am, this course is a hit among the PGA Tour pros and celebrities who play it, as well as the common golfer. This visually stunning design is filled with Dye's infamous pitfalls for wary shots. Working with exceptional elevations and an excellent site, this course lives up to the Dye name. Dye's course is one of four Championship Golf Courses built concurrently at North Myrtle Beach's 2,377-acre Barefoot Resort, and is the only one of the four to be semi-private.
- Par : 72
- Slope : 132
- Yardage: 7343
- # of Holes: 18
- Designed By: Pete Dye
- Year Opened: 2000
- Greens: Champion UltraDwarf Bermuda
- Type of Course: Semi-Private/Resort
- Accepts singles?No
- Kids play free?No
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