Dye, Love, Fazio courses crack Golfweek’s Top 200 Resorts

In December, Golfweek published its annual Ultimate Guide for 2019, a comprehensive breakdown of every great golf course to be played throughout the world. Several Myrtle Beach-area facilities received the honor of being listed as a Top 200 Resort Course, including three courses at Barefoot Resort & Golf: Dye (#156), Love (#170), and Fazio (#191).

With their unparalleled commitment to provide the highest quality out there, it should come as no surprise that Barefoot Resort & Golf is a common name listed among the best resorts in America. The Dye Course, which ranks highest among the three Barefoot facilities listed, is the only semi-private club on-site. A visually captivating experience, the course features many of the pitfalls and run-off areas that make Dye an architectural legend. When played from the appropriate tees, all players will be able to enjoy Dye’s challenging yet rewarding layout.

A native Carolinian, Davis Love III captures the essence of golf in the Lowcountry with his design for The Love Course, most notably in the way holes 3-7 wrap around a reconstructed plantation house. With open fairways and widespread landing areas, The Love Course is a player-friendly layout that makes for a spectacular day of golf.

The Fazio Course twists and turns through beautiful wooded areas filled with oaks, pines, and other grasses native to South Carolina. A par 71, the course is both traditional and uniquely Southern, with natural elevation changes that add to the excitement and challenge of the layout. Water is featured on 15 holes, but also is strategically placed so that players of all skill levels can enjoy themselves.

Barefoot Resort & Golf is definitely something to look into for your upcoming golf getaway. These courses are among the featured options in our most requested Myrtle Beach’s Best package. To check out a full list of course options for 2019, including other award-winning facilities, head online today!