Water Hazard: Water comes into play on 4 holes of each of the nines
GPS: Round includes complimentary yardage book
Food and Beverage
Restaurant: Restaurant Located on-site
Showers: Showers Available
Driving Range: Driving Range
Putting Greens: Putting Green
Chipping Range: Chipping Green and practice bunker
Club Rentals: Club Rentals Available
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Ultimate Package: Play Glen Dornoch, Heather Glen, and Shaftesbury and receive a free round on Possum Trot, complimentary range balls, complimentary pre-booked replay (must be same day, same course after 1pm), and complimentary lunch.
Valid 9/8/2016 - 9/6/2017
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About Heather Glen Golf Links
Against a native background of graceful oaks, towering pines,freshwater ponds and meandering streams, Heather Glen was crafted by design to pay tribute to Scotland and Ireland - a fact apparent in its links-like embrace. Golfers will find the 27 totally distinctive golf holes beautiful in their maturity and the setting truly spectacular, especially approaching the impressive period-style traditional Scottish clubhouse. Earning its first national ranking in 1987 by Golf Digest as America's #1 New Public Course, Heather Glen has been recognized among the Carolinas' and country's best golf courses throughout the years since.
Golf World-among the top 30 of South Carolina's more than 300 golf courses (2009, 2010)
GolfSyles-one of the "100 Must-Play Courses Of The Carolinas" (2006)
Golf Digest-one of the "Top 50 Courses Of Myrtle Beach" (2005)
Golf Digest "Places To Play"-rated 4 stars (2005)
Golf Digest-rated one of the "Top 5 Golf Courses in South Carolina" (1995)
Golf Digest-rated one of the "Top 50 Public Courses In America" (1990)
Golf Digest-"America's #1 Public Golf Course" (1987)