Barefoot Resort Golf Packages (Myrtle Beach)

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Starting from $139 per golfer per night (Low Season)

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Commonly Asked Questions

Myrtle Beach

Myrtle Beach is home to approximately 90 golf courses, out of which the following are some of the most popular among players:

  • The Dunes Course: This Robert Trent Jones signature golf course has a rich history, as it was built in 1947. While the ocean-side dunes are mostly covered with turfgrass and mature trees now, when the famous architect designed the course, the property was mainly windswept sand dotted with lagoons. Lakes come into play on many holes, particularly on the 11th through 13th, dubbed the Alligator Alley.
  • TPC Myrtle Beach: The very challenging 18-hole, 72-par PGA Tour-caliber golf course features elevation changes, undulating greens, and numerous bunkers. It’s a course designed to treat golfers to the experience of what it must be like to be a PGA Tour. Tom Fazio designed the course with the intention of ranking it among the nation’s finest.
  • The Dye Course: Designed by the acclaimed Pete Dye, this golf course can be found at Barefoot Resort & Golf. It’s the highest-ranked of the four courses at the resort, featuring classic Dye bunker complexes with risk/reward opportunities for low-handicappers. The course stretches to nearly 7,350 yards and offers breathtaking views and challenging play for golfers at every skill level.

These are only some of Myrtle Beach’s exquisite and challenging golf courses. Other renowned courses can be found at:

  • Caledonia Golf & Fish Club
  • Tidewater Golf Club
  • Arrowhead Country Club
  • True Blue Golf Club

There's a good reason why Myrtle Beach is famous for golf – it's home to nearly 90 world-class courses, all of which are within driving distance from the center of the town. A person could play a different golf course every day for three months without repeating. Up and down the Carolina coast, there are enough golf courses to make every trip special. Myrtle Beach is situated around one of the most spectacular beaches in America and is considered a must-visit for any passionate golfer.

The cost of golfing in Myrtle Beach highly depends on the time of the year during which you choose to play and the course you're planning to play. Because there's a huge variety of golf courses in the area, the cost of playing ranges between $20 and $200. Myrtle Beach is relatively inexpensive during peak times, which are mid-March to late April and late September to early November.

South Carolina

The best time for golf in South Carolina is late March to early June before the summer's heat and humidity start to kick in.

Barefoot Golf Resort

No, daily cleaning is not included. Units are self-catering. For your convenience, you will be provided with a starter kit upon arrival containing basic supplies including a limited amount of paper supplies, etc. You may wish to bring or shop for additional items to make your stay more comfortable.

Yes, breakfast can be added to your golf package at a very reasonable amount.

The two that come to mind as being must-plays, and if you’re up for a 45-minute drive, are True Blue Golf Club and Caledonia Golf & Fish Club. You absolutely cannot go wrong with those. They are within minutes from each other, so perfect for a 36-hole day of golf. Our customers also thoroughly enjoy playing Myrtle Beach National Kings North, Grande Dunes Resort Course, and Tidewater Golf Course, just to name a few.

Yes, you can book golf only, however, we find from experience that booking both lodging and golf through us will provide better savings than if you were to book lodging through, for example, Airbnb or VRBO.

Yes, we do have the 4th round free package, which is by far one of our most popular golf packages in Myrtle Beach, however, one of the rounds must be played after 12 pm, which is ideal as an arrival day round or a second round of a day.

The Dye Course at Barefoot Resort is a semi-private golf club, so yes, we can book our groups there.

Yes, absolutely lodging can be included in your golf package. We work exclusively with a rental company that has an extensive amount of 2-bedroom and 3-bedroom villas ranging anywhere from a 30-second drive to a 5-minute drive from Barefoot Golf Course.