Within the renowned Barefoot Golf Course & Resort rests the Dye Club. The famed architect Pete Dye poured his heart and soul into this challenging and aesthetically pleasing course. The only Barefoot course that is semi-private, the clubhouse offers private members areas, a full fitness complex, and fantastic lodging accommodations. As for the course itself, the Barefoot Dye course certainly upholds its own standards including the use of native grasses. Fairways are GN-1 Bermuda, while Tifdwarf Bermuda inhabit the approaches leading to their Champion Ultra Dwarf greens.
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|# of Holes:||18|
|Sets of Tees:||4|
|Grass Type (Greens):||GN-1 Bermuda|
|Kids Play Free?:||No|
|Slope/Rating:||75.3 / 149|
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course is typical dye did not enjoy it way to dificult for average player
Fairways and greens were behind where they should be this time of the year (mid March). Generally the fairway grass was still dormant. They were spraying the fairways with a greenish pigment to try to hide the problem Seems to be a particular issue with the Barefoot courses since other courses we played didn't have the issue. We always love playing the Barefoot courses, but were disappointed this year
best course we played
I enjoyed the course with good dificult, beautiful land that I recommend.
Great course. Make sure you get a good nights sleep. This course plays and tough and makes you think.
played when it was real wet. the course was a typical dye course, nothing special. the greens were punched about 3 weeks ago and just ran fair. the staff was not very nice. did not feel welcomed.
Conditions of greens made course practically unplayable. Fortunately we got rained out after 9
Very challenging, played back tees, early march 2014, rough was dormant, excellent layout, a must play for serious players, but shorter tees make it good for all players
Played on Wednesday Sept 25th. The course was not very busy and was in great shape. A "must play" at the beach.
Had the course to ourselves! What an end to a great week of golf
A very nice course with excellent conditions. A typical Dye layout. We played on a windy day and the longer holes were very tough. Staff and facilities were excellent.
The Barefoot Dye Course was one of the best courses I have ever played on. We always come down in late fall and this place plays better than any course in prime summer conditions.
By far one of the best I've ever played.
I've played the Dye course twice and the second time around was by far a better experience. Knowing your way around this course is very critical so my first time playing wasn't a great experience. The course is difficult but not hard to score well if you play smart. The second time I played was a great experience because it really tested my course management more than any other course I've played. Many courses don't penalize you for dumb or aggressive decisions and that's what I like about this course. You can't just grip it and rip it on every hole and score well. You will need many different shot types throughout the round which will test your game. Overall I loved playing this course.
The Dye Club is now open and the new greens are great.
Barefoot Dye Club The course will be closed May 21 and reopen July 16. The course is changing from Bent grass to Champion Ultra Dwarf.
Just played the Dye Course on a trip to Myrtle. This course was in beutiful shape, well disigned, and extremely difficult. I recommend it to anyone. You will shoot a big number, but it is worth it.
This was probably the hardest course I have ever played. If your handicap is in the 20"s or higher stay away from this course. I"m a 22 and I shot a 57 on the front. As weird as it sounds, I felt that the back was much easier. I wound up coming in with 44 on the back track. Also the course was pretty beat up. For the $100 greens fee you can do much better somewhere else. Stay away from Dye!!!!
The Dye Course is truly a Hidden Gem
The Dye Course is a great course, open fairways, pretty difficult course too... Great place to golf