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Yeah, it gets expensive once the season starts, but early March rates are pretty cheap.  I wish my partners would get back on their feet, because we were playing at least one course a month down there and having a blast last year, although last year's course choices weren't my favorites because one was short on money.

If I can find someone to go down there with me, I'd play down there quite a bit more, it's only 1.5 hrs from the house.  I did get to play World Tour twice this year and Thistle twice, along with Aberdeen, Wild Wing, Waterway Hills, Grande Dunes and Man O' War.  I also played Keith Hills and some crappy track Sandy Ridge a couple times which are north of here.  The rest I played here locally and just down the road in Southern Pines/Pinehurst.

You can't beat the January locals rates. I played Heritage Club this week. I paid $29!! (with my Legends loyalty card). And that included 2 draft beers (12oz Magic Hat #9) and anything off the lunch menu (Reuben Sandwich). Deal of the decade in MB.
post #38 of 38
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If I can get a group together this spring (my normal group has fallen apart because of heath/unemployment issues), I think I am going to get the 4 night/ all 4 courses at Barefoot.  $300-$400 per person for the room and golf.  You really can't beat that deal for good courses.

 

The courses are:  

 

Barefoot Norman

Barefoot Love 

Barefoot Fazio 

Barefoot Dye 

 

Thoughts on the Barefoot packages they offer?

 

Hard to beat actually, you can probably get replays very cheap on top of that and end up with 8 and 4 for 5 or 6 or somthing like.

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