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4980 Barefoot Resort Bridge Rd, North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina 29582 • 843-361-3145
Designed by Tom Fazio, who was voted by Golf Course News as "Golf Course Architect of the Year" five years in a row, the Fazio course at Barefoot Resort is one of the most renowned on the Grand Strand. Fazio brings his design expertise to a rolling parcel of land at the heart of Barefoot Resort, featuring lovely holes that are meticulously manicured and pleasant to play. Off the tees, players will be greeted with stunning visuals and 18 distinct holes. The Fazio Course traverses the natural sand dunes and Lowcountry forest which surrounds Barefoot Resort. The fairways are made up of a mixture of GN-1, a hybrid turf, which evolves into Tif-sport Bermuda grass on the approaches and A-1 bentgrass on the course’s greens.
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