"Barefoot Resort & Golf (Love Course): I had a lot trouble deciding whether to put this track just ahead or just behind The Dunes. The Love Course features generous landing areas, which I Love (See what I did there?). The collection areas around the greens are an interesting, fun feature that test your ability to hit a variety of short-game shots. I thought the condition of The Dunes was just a hair better than the Love Course, which is why I slid DL3 to No. 3. Still, a fabulous golf course."
"Barefoot Resort & Golf (Love): OK, so I'm a little biased having shot a career round here, but there's no denying this course's likeability based on its great variety of holes (The driveable par-4 fourth and the treacherous par-5 eighth come to mind right away). It also speaks to the resort as a whole. With four highly-rated courses (I've now played Love, Dye and Fazio, but not Norman) on site, this will almost certainly be where our group stays the next time we take a trip to Myrtle."
Article Courtesy of Golf Digest