Heather Glen Golf Links

Links Style
William Byrd - Clyde Johnston


Heather Glen Golf Course earned its first national ranking in 1987 by Golf Digest as America’s #1 New Public Course.  Since that revered award was bestowed, the course has been accordingly recognized.  In particular it has gathered many other recognition's among the South Carolina courses.

Additionally Heather Glen’s recognition among the country’s best golf courses continued throughout the years since. Golf Digest named it to the Top 50 Public Courses in America in 1990.  Following that award, it was then named to as a Top 5 Courses in South Carolina in 1995.  Subsequently it was awarded 4.5 Stars in Golf Digest’s Places to Play readers’ choice poll in 2002.  Heather Glens’ award winning tradition continues today as a historic 19th century Scottish design.

If you’ve never visited this championship Myrtle Beach golf course before, you’ll especially find its 27 totally distinctive. Each of the golf holes are far more beautiful in their maturity and their truly spectacular setting.  The impressive period-style traditional Scottish clubhouse will draw your immediate attention when you enter the grounds.

Notably a native background of graceful oaks, towering pines, freshwater ponds and meandering streams all great visitors.  In fact Heather Glen Golf Course was assuredly crafted by design to pay tribute to Scotland and Ireland — you’ll find this apparent in its links-like embrace.