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Glen Dornoch

4840 Glen Dornoch Way , Little River , SC 29566
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Glen Dornoch
Current Rating: 2.57/5 (703 votes)

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Course Difficulty: Hard

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What's Great About Glen Dornoch Golf Course

Glen Dornoch, a creation of master architect Clyde Johnson, opened to its first players in September 1996. This 270-acre course is filled with dense magnolia, pine, and oak trees. Although most coastal courses tend to be flat, Glen Dornoch has several 35-foot elevation changes sloping down to South Carolina's Intracoastal Waterway. Respecting the land, the course was built hole by hole.

The Glen Dornoch golf course contains natural local terrain, live oaks, lakes, and beautiful views of marsh and river. This is one of the world's truly great courses! The majestic clubhouse contains a traditional pro shop with a huge clothing collection. The Pub, with its beautiful view of the 9th and 18th greens and the Intracoastal Waterway, offers fresh daily specials.

Glen Dornoch is located in Little River at the northern end of the Grand Strand, a few miles south of the North Carolina and South Carolina state line.

Glen Dornoch, a creation of master architect Clyde Johnson, opened to its first players in September 1996. This 270-acre course is filled with dense magnolia, pine, and oak trees. Although most coastal courses tend to be flat, Glen Dornoch has several 35-foot elevation changes sloping down to South Carolina's Intracoastal Waterway. Respecting the land, the course was built hole by hole.

The Glen Dornoch golf course contains natural local terrain, live oaks, lakes, and beautiful views of marsh and river. This is one of the world's truly great courses! The majestic clubhouse contains a traditional pro shop with a huge clothing collection. The Pub, with its beautiful view of the 9th and 18th greens and the Intracoastal Waterway, offers fresh daily specials.

Glen Dornoch is located in Little River at the northern end of the Grand Strand, a few miles south of the North Carolina and South Carolina state line.

Book this course with our Glens Group Golf Package of Strand Premier Package.

Details About the Course

Location: North
# of Holes: 18
Sets of Tees: 4
Grass Type (Greens): Bermuda
Kids Play Free?: Yes
Architect(s): Clyde Johnston
Slope/Rating: 145/73.1
Course Record:
Year Opened: 1997
   

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Course Reviews

leader

I selected 4 stars on this coursefirst time playing it and we will return

Reviewed by jacques seguin on 11/27/2014

Played Glen Dornoch again on May 1, course was in excellent condition and although a few tough holes was a pleasure to play. Staff and starter could not have been more friendly or helpful, definitely will play agin. Played all Glens Group courses and could not have had a better time.

Reviewed by tonyk on 05/09/2014

great layout but not in great shape. greens bumpy not a lot of grass on them fairways sparse tee boxes need some work staff very friendly and helpful

Reviewed by greg on 03/05/2014
Glen Dornoch

Played on 3/11/2013, course in great condition. Staff very attentive and friendly. Last 3 holes very challenging but spectacular views, a true test of golfing skills. Would recommend playing here and can not wait to return and play again

Reviewed by Tony K on 03/20/2013
Glen Dornoch

Again an excellent course and one of my favorites. It has a good mix of holes some being extremely challenging. #16 also has the most unfair landing area for second shots that I know of. Staff and facilities were very good.

Reviewed by Alec Murray on 12/03/2012
enjoyed

I would rate condition 8,5 great staff would. Parlay again

Reviewed by wen on 11/06/2012
golf trip 10/2012

course looked great, will want to play again was a cart path only day....

Reviewed by bill on 10/10/2012
Glen Dornoch

Solid layout, beautiful scenery, and a friendly staff. My only knock concerns the greens. Really bumpy and pretty slow. Quite breezy too! Definitely worth playing.

Reviewed by Los on 07/25/2012
Glen Dornoch Conditions

Played Glen Dornoch yesterday, the golf course is in Great Shape. Great Views of the Waterway. Tuff track, specially if the wind is howling off the Intracoastal.

Reviewed by @mbgolfpro on 07/19/2012
Nice course.

Great course! Hard, but worth a visit.

Reviewed by Roger on 06/13/2012

Great views of the Intra Coastal waterway, best holes in the area 16, 17 & 18. Best after golf porch for drinks overlooking the Waterway and the 9th and 18th double green.

Reviewed by pablo on 03/31/2012
Underrated

Glen Dornoch could be the most "Underrated" golf course in Myrtle Beach. With views of the Intracoastal Waterway, great conditions and a challenging Clyde Johnston design, makes Glen Dornoch a great option for your next Myrtle Beach Golf Package. Glen Dornoch can be played on the Ultimate Glens Package 3+5. Book before Dec. 1, 2010 to save 20% on your 2011 tee times.

Reviewed by Craig Chinn on 11/08/2010
Summer Golf Special

Glen Dornoch Summer rate - $69.00 am $65.00pm / Mid week. You can play in the AM for the PM/MW rate on Monday Tuesday Wednesday

Reviewed by Craig Chinn on 05/27/2010
Greens

Glen Dornoch will be punching greens June 25th, 2010 Allow 14 days to heal

Reviewed by Craig Chinn on 05/27/2010
Mr

Party of 12 golfers from England and we played the course on 25 April 2010 after almost 24 hours of rain. Despite the weather, the course was in excellent condition and was a delight to play. All holes were well designed but the final three were perhaps some of the best holes I have ever played. I will not hesitate to book the course on our next visit.

Reviewed by M.Jones on 05/13/2010
Dr.

The course is well maintained and would be fun to play except for the fact that it is poorly managed. The group ahead of mine was a '5-some.' I called to complain and the marshal came and broke them up though one of the players waited for us and threatened us. After 2 holes, the 5-some rejoined. On a par 5, we had 4 groups waiting on the tee for the slow group and several of them called to complain. The marshal then not only failed to separate the group, but tried to tell the groups waiting behind us that the delay was my group's fault. The manager again accused us of wrongdoing when we voiced our complaints. All in all, it wasn't worth the time or money. Do yourself a favor and play elsewhere.

Reviewed by Matt on 09/09/2009

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