The Glens


Glen Dornoch is different than most coastal golf courses, which are mostly flat, because of its rare-for-the-area 35-foot elevation changes along South Carolina’s most beautiful stretch of the Intracoastal Waterway. Designed by Clyde Johnston in 1996, Glen Dornoch is a tribute to the legendary Donald Ross.
Glen Dornoch is a traditional course where each hole flows with the natural terrain of lakes, centuries-old live oaks, and spectacular marsh and river views. This 270-acre site is blessed with a dense stand of oaks, pines, and magnolias. With respect for the land, the course was built one hole at a time. At Myrtle Beach’s Glen Dornoch, each hole flows with the natural terrain of lakes, live oaks, and spectacular marsh and river views.

4840 Glen Dornoch Way
Little River, SC 29566


Inspired by the earlier traditions of golf, architects Willard Byrd and Clyde Johnston and a small group of ardent lovers of the game have molded this 400-acre, heretofore untouched historic site into a golfing masterpiece. The natural beauty of ever-changing elevations, gigantic 100 year old pines, colorful dogwoods, glistening hollies, graceful live oaks, winding streams and brooks (burns) and the lovely Firth of Clyde… all crowned with a 19th Century British-styled clubhouse, have created a showcase symbolizing the beauty of Scottish tradition.

This club has three nine hole golf courses that are played in three eighteen hole combinations. All three golf courses were designed to have fifty-foot elevation changes, gigantic 100-year-old pine trees, pot bunkers, and waste areas spread throughout all twenty-seven holes. All three golf courses have narrow, tree-lined fairways. The greens are sloped and feature mounding around them. Streams come into play several times on each golf course. Heather Glen, a 27 hole facility inspired by Scottish Tradition, has been a favorite among golfers of all skill levels.

2110 Highway 17
Little River, SC 29566


One of the newer courses in Myrtle Beach, Shaftesbury Glen will leave an impression on every golfer. You will think of Winged Foot as you play this championship golf courses. Shaftesbury Glen Golf & Fish Club brings together a truly unique concept, blending a world-class golf course with a superb fishing venue along the Waccamaw River, it was the The 2009 Myrtle Beach Area Golf Course of The Year.

Architect Clyde Johnston brings the same traditional look to his 18-hole championship course – elevated greens, picture-perfect traps, wide-flowing fairways, demanding doglegs, tantalizing Par 3s, and long Par 5′s. From stone-gated entrance to Olde English clubhouse, all evokes the spirit of Shaftesbury, England – the project’s namesake.

681 Cains Landing Road
Conway, SC 29526


Possum Trot features renowned customer service and a Russell Breeden-designed course with wide fairways and large greens that are a delight for players of all skill levels. You’ll certainly finish off your good round with one final challenge…keeping your ball out of the lake fronting the green and guarding the right side of the fairway and green. A birdie always brings you back for more.

A long-respected venue, Possum Trot Golf Course’s old English design, spacious fairways, and awesome Par 5′s make for a golfing experience as good as it gets.

1180 Possum Trot Rd
North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582