Barefoot Resort | Hole Profile | Norman No. 10
There’s no doubt that the Barefoot Norman course is one of the must-play tracks in Myrtle Beach.
Seven holes along the Intracoastal Waterway highlight Greg Norman’s design at Barefoot Resort framed by the site’s original vegetation, each hole enhances the beauty of its natural vistas. Combined with open green complexes and fairways running up to the sand, the Norman course presents a stunning challenge for any golfer.
Just like the course itself, the par-3 10th hole is a memorable play for any golfer. The 203-yard 10th is a beautiful downhill hole with the Waterway to the right. A deep green slopes off a back-left plateau and anything right of the green is in the Waterway or the deep grass along its banks. As you play this hole, don’t be surprised to see boats traversing the Waterway, potentially adding a few spectators to your shot off the tee. The hole plays 103 yards from the women’s tees and as far back as 203 yards.
No. 10 – Barefoot Norman Course
Yardage: 203 yards (platinum tees), 176 yards (black), 135 yards (white), 135 yards (green), 93 yards (gold)
“What People Say”
“The par 3 10th is one of the best holes in the area.”– RavensGolfer (GolfAdvisor)
“Top-notch experience from start to finish. Best hole we played during our trip.”– Dan (GolfAdvisor)
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