Barefoot Resort & Golf - Love Course
|White (W)||72||6055 yards||75.4||129|
|Platinum M: 74.9/141||381||518||191||294||463||403||450||552||235||3487||367||136||456||484||439||228||412||442||596||3560||7047|
|Black M: 72.4/137||352||483||169||280||443||370||426||525||207||3255||345||123||421||470||402||172||375||420||559||3287||6542|
|White M: 70.3/130 W: 75.3/134||321||455||144||265||420||340||398||485||187||3015||321||109||393||447||361||154||332||389||534||3040||6055|
|Green M: 68.4/123 W: 72.9/130||268||455||139||252||400||300||357||468||160||2799||296||109||385||420||361||154||300||353||466||2844||5643|
|Gold M: 67.0/120 W: 71.0/124||243||437||116||247||395||281||315||444||139||2617||275||100||370||416||337||127||295||345||454||2719||5336|
Golf Advisor: Top Courses in South Carolina
Top of the line golf
Beautiful track. You can enjoy this layout from any set of tees. Challenging and fun. Greens putt true and are well protected but are fair to all levels of golfers. On the high side of cost but well worth a try
Nice course in the Barefoot resort. Total SE golf experience. Some holes felt like Florida, then Georgia and even NC. Trust your yardage and fly fairway bunkers whenever you can. Will leave you fairly easy approaches.
Barefoot Landing : Love Great start.
The first thing I have to mention is that a group of 16 of us traveled to MYB for 5 days. We shipped our clubs to Barefoot Landing ahead of time as this would be our starting point. We were prepared to grab our clubs and then figure out how to stuff the boxes into our vehicles in order to ship them back after our last day. Upon arrival at Barefoot the greeter/ starter/ concierge told us to leave our shipping boxes in the cart barn and to return after our final round and pack them there. The icing on the cake was our on our return a number of young men helped us pack our clubs and Barefoot staff arranged for their shipment home.
The Love Course at Barefoot Landing was a great starter. The course was in great shape and was not overly difficult. The course was very playable for all levels. it was a nice layout that set the tone for what would prove to be our best trip yet.
Next year we will be shipping our clubs to Barefoot once again, as this will now be our starting point for the foreseeable future.
What's not to Love
Played this course for the first time in a few years. Over all the greens like many area courses have recovered well after the winterkill issues. The tee boxes and fairways were a bit lush and fluffy and probably needed to be cut but that was likely a result of the good bit of rain that came down the previous two days. This also caused cart path only but we got out first and had no issues with time. Played in under 4 hours as there were few people on the course ahead of us. My favorite part about this course is that the layout plays fair but is challenging. Additionally, it has a quiet beauty too it and the ruins on holes 4 and 6 add a wonderful touch to the character of the grounds.
second 18 of the day
We played the Dye course in the morning and chose the Love course to play our second 18. It was in much better condition. The greens were nearly perfect. It was a pretty and fun layout that was not overly difficult.
Love at Barefoot
The Love course at Barefoot is a solid track. It's a very playable course for all skill levels, and offers plenty of scoring opportunities for better golfers. I appreciated the mix of holes as there were a nice mix of short/long Par 3s and Par 5s. A few unique holes definitely make this worthy of the play. You can the resort was built as a big money property as there are many nice amenities throughout the resort (GPS Golf Carts, large and beautiful clubhouse, restrooms on the courses, etc.).
If you are playing soon, be aware that the resort suffered some tough weather in the recent months and have a lot of issues with the greens. They were repairing them while I was there. There were about 5-6 greens on each course that were getting partially scraped and sodded.
Play on Wednesday only
Excellent conditions, great clubhouse. Play on the reduced Wednesday rates only though. At $65 it's not worth playing more than once.
Layout is great. Bigger fairways, medium size greens. Every spot on the fairway felt like hitting off carpet.
I've played all Barefoot courses, this one is the best conditioned. I thought the Norman course was the best risk/reward and most memorable, however the greens and fairways are in much better condition on the Love course. Not saying the others are bad, just saying you can tell Barefoot spends their time on the Love course when it comes to maintenance.
Above Average, but not a standout
A fair course. I think it would be lost in the Myrtle Beach mix were it not at Barefoot. The fake ruins on the front nine are OK, I guess, but they don't really do anything for me. The course is OK, but doesn't really have any holes that stand out to me. Just an average round of golf.
Best of the Fazio, Norman, and Love Tracks
We haven't played the Dye course yet, but of the three Barefoot courses we have played, this is the best. The Love Course was in great shape and we loved the layout. It is on the same plot of land as the Norman and Fazio, but the layout is more unique and playable. The biggest difference was around the greens. The Love course has smaller greens, all of which were elevated, with huge collection areas around each one. There are some bunkers, but nothing like the large, deep ones on the Fazio or Norman. There were also some unique touches to the course and the greens rolled very true.
We went to Barefoot Resort 11/30-12/3 and had perfect weather. We played all four courses and they were all in great shape. The staff was friendly and very accommodating. The rangers did their best to keep the pace of play but it was slow at time (not the rangers fault, golfers need to know how to speed up play). Very impressed with all four courses and argued amount our group about which was the favorite. Greens were in great shape, fairways immaculate. The package at Barefoot is without a doubt worth the price. Thank you for a great experience.
All Barefoot courses are very well maintain. Played at a discounted rate which makes it an affordable experience. Heavy rain the day before required cart path only conditions, which was understandable.
The Love course is enjoyable to play. No real forced carries, good fairway landing areas and reasonably placed bunkers. The greens rolled a little slow, more do to the wet conditions from the prior day.
Very nice course but overall experience lacking
This course is very nice and the layout is very interesting. The main issue I had with the layout is that it's too punishing. Any shot that's not on the fairway or rough is out of bounds. If you're not a straight hitter you're going to lose a lot of balls and take a lot of penalty strokes. The overall experience was also severely lacking. It felt kind of like disney world where you're just getting shuttled around and it just feels very impersonal. The staff was pretty friendly overall but compared to some of the other courses I play it just felt like I was a number and not a customer if that makes sense.
Wonderful layout, sometimes it's the little things
Was set to go out as a single at 7:10 am on a Sunday, missed the sign to turn into clubhouse as it was still dark, got there to find out range was a shuttle ride away , now I did not have time to use complimentary bucket, got sent out to first tee ( got paired with another single)only to have to wait in fairway as they were still cutting green and spraying it , staff was very helpful and always offering water and ice. Loved the ruins , all greens were true and fast even with the dew. Played in 3.5 hours, has GPS and upon conclusion of roundness they' offered complimentary shoe shine but no one was in locker room to do it . Frustrated with my play I asked if I could still go hit my bucket and they did arrange for it, grass range but balls were in awful condition. To make it a truly wonderful experience I wish I knew range was not on course,and they should have held us till 7:20 and they need new range balls , I will be back to try other 3 courses
1st Day Myrtle Beach World Am...what a disappointment
I have come to dread drawing any Barefoot Resort course in the Myrtle Beach World Am. I have come to the conclusion that Barefoot Resort does not hold World Am players in very high regard. They know they have guaranteed revenue from the World Am so course conditions be damned. With as many guaranteed players as Barefoot Resort gets on their courses from the 5 days of the World Am, you would think they would hold off punching and sanding their greens one more week...which is not that big a deal. But, nope...largest single site tournament in the world and Barefoot greens are punched and sanded. Happens every time I draw one of their courses.
And, staff...rude, unfriendly, and not helpful at all.
I would love to see the World Am staff tell Barefoot that unless they treat us a little better and hold off punching and sanding their greens until after the tournament...they would not play their courses again. It sucks.
Now for the Love course. Over the years, the conditioning has gotten worse. Not very well manicured. Their "ruins" (no idea why this is even on the course) has just become a vine covered wall of no significance. Looks ugly.
Very nice course. Lots of little amenities. Towel, ice chest on cart, GPS, comp. tees, ball washer and club washer on cart. Great time. Great shape from tees to fairways to greens. Some forced carries. some water plenty of sand. Great time. Would recommend.
Love the Love
Always on my play list for my annual trip here. Very friendly staff. Fun course with different ways to attack holes and some interesting greens. Pace of play was good even though it was crowded. (Wednesday's have discounted rates.
Spectacular layout and overall beautiful course
We have played Fazio and Love so far in the Barefoot area and we enjoyed Love by far. It is a beautiful course with some challenging shots on greens that give way to collection areas on the back. You need to be accurate with your club selection, but it is very enjoyable course to play. We played it with a group of 8 people with handicaps ranging from 2 to 25 and we all enjoyed it. Recommended in the Myrtle Beach area!
Avoid Barefoot At All Costs
· May 1, 2017
This a review of the overrated, overpriced and overbooked Barefoot Golf Facility that I posted to Yelp this past Saturday.
We were a group of 18 who played the Love course at Barefoot today. As we were about to play the 10th hole, the ranger placed 3 foursomes ahead of us including a group that was playing an 8 person scramble as the course was "double booking". As a result we had to wait 10-15 minutes on every shot during the back nine which took over three hours to play. We spoke to the ranger who told us to talk to the pro shop. The pro shop could not have been less helpful, understanding or accommodating. The words that they used with an arrogant and obnoxious shrug of the shoulders were "it is what it is".
Rude and disrespectful. Avoid at all costs!
Loved the course
Our foursome played all 4 Barefoot courses and we were split between the Love and Dye courses for #1. Very enjoyable layout that provided challenge but options. Would definitely play here again.
Good layout,enjoyable for two intermediate mid teen handicappers.We had breakfast prior to each of our rounds in their excellent clubhouse facilities and first class staff in both pro shop and restaurant made this a very nice experience.When we turned up to play Fazio in the rain and mid thirties cold temperatures the next day they must have realized we enjoyed their courses...that or we were starved of golf up north in winter!