With more than 110 outstanding golf courses along the Grand Strand, it's no surprise that Myrtle Beach is so highly regarded among golfers around the world. In recent years, many of the layouts have received impressive national rankings and media coverage and continue to be recognized as some of the top courses in the country. That includes the four masterpieces at Barefoot Resort & Golf. Each course presents its own distinctive challenges while winding harmoniously through the resort's rolling terrain and bares the name if its architect: the Greg Norman Course, the Pete Dye Course, the Tom Fazio Course and the Davis Love Course. The Fazio Course is the most player-friendly of all the courses, the Norman is the most difficult, while the Dye is semi-private and stretches as far as 7,400 yards from the tips. Combined, these courses will challenge golfers of all skill levels and offer playability unrivaled along the Grand Strand.
In addition to golf, other amenities located on the resort property included the Resident's Club for homeowners, the Edgewater Resident's Club, Villa Owners Recreational Area, Private and Community Day Docks, Private Oceanfront Beach Cabana and a Marina and Yacht Club. At Barefoot, the charm of daily life is enriched by an abundance of on-site amenities that are designed for residents to fill their days with a variety of enjoyable indoor, outdoor and water sport activities. For residents of Barefoot Resort, the fun and excitement is not corralled within the property gates, though. Myrtle Beach has taken its place as one of the most desirable resort destinations in all of America. Part of the allure comes from its carefree, ?kick-off-your-shoes? charm that's all too rare in today's fast paced world. With sun-drenched sandy beaches, inlets, creeks, rivers and the Intercoastal Waterway, it's the perfect family playground for a superb range of water-related activities like swimming, boating, shelling, fishing, sailing, surfing and more. Couple that with an ideal climate, spectacular shopping, an impressive selection of restaurants and world-class entertainment, and you'll understand why Centex Homes chose to create Barefoot Resort in this location.
Driven by the tourism industry the Grand Strand is a 60-mile stretch of coastline, beginning at the South Carolina state line in Little River and ending at Pawleys Island. The Grand Strand was named by Money Magazine as one of the top 20 places in America to retire and currently hosts an estimated 13.7 million visitors annually. The resorts location some 95 miles north of charming Charleston and 70 miles south of historic Wilmington makes day drives to these larger cities convenient for locals. Still, most find no reason to leave the Grand Strand region where entertainment hot spots such as Barefoot Landing are more than capable of providing residents with an exhilarating night on the town. Some of the attractions at Barefoot Landing include the Alabama Theatre, Alligator Adventure, Barefoot Carousel, Barefoot Cruises and Landing Marina, Carolina Vineyards Winery, Coca-Cola Cool Zone, Dick's Last Resort Entertainment, Ghosts & Legends, House of Blues, MirrorMaze, Stool Pigeons Pub and Teddy Town to name a few. The Landing also has over 100 specialty shops situated along its boardwalk that makes long strolls along the storefronts a window shopper's delight.
All in all Barefoot Resort is an outstanding place to call home. With newly designed homes in newly created neighborhoods coming available almost daily, there is no better time to purchase property in this master-planned, family-oriented residential community. So, if you are considering a move to the Myrtle Beach area or are simply looking to purchase a home in a resort-like setting that offers a rewarding and relaxing lifestyle, then look no further than Barefoot Resort.