What do you look for when seeking out a world-class golf resort?

Award-winning golf, great service, on-site entertainment and dining? Well if these things are important to you, Barefoot Resort and Golf is worth a second look. Designed by four of the world’s preeminent designers, 72 holes await you in North Myrtle Beach. Pete Dye, Greg Norman, Tom Fazio and Davis Love, III have all left an indelible impression on what many consider to be the world’s No. 1 golf destination. There are few other facilities anywhere that can boast what Barefoot has to offer.

Barefoot’s state-of-the-art range will get your adrenaline pumping before you take to the green, and after finishing a round at one of the championship courses, enjoy a 19th-hole cocktail at either the Resort or Dye Clubhouse. The Dye Clubhouse is magnificently appointed, featuring fantastic views of holes 9, 10 and 18, and is the perfect location to relax and enjoy fine dining after an invigorating day of golf. The Resort Clubhouse, a 35,000-square-foot masterpiece, boasts architectural elements of the Lowcountry of South Carolina, including a large covered porch and rocking chairs that overlook Tom Fazio’s No. 18. The nearby pro shop offers year-round, name-brand apparel, as well as golf clubs, logo hats, giftware and golf balls.

Beyond the championship golf, the resort is beautifully framed by the Intracoastal Waterway. This historical canal dates back to 1919 and provides a wonderful backdrop for Barefoot Landing. Anchored by many exciting entertainment options, such as The House of Blues, Barefoot Landing is a Myrtle Beach landmark. Packed full of great restaurants and dining, this complex can keep golfers and their families entertained for days. And just across Highway 17 lies the beautiful Atlantic Ocean. This peaceful stretch of beach is the perfect respite after a day traversing the challenging courses at Barefoot Resort and Golf.