Glen Dornoch Waterway Links

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Glen Dornoch Waterway Links

4840 Glen Dornoch Way · Little River SC,

One of the most demanding par 4s in Myrtle Beach, the 16th hole at Glen Dornoch gets even the most skilled veterans longing for a stiff drink by the time they sink their putt. Not to worry, the 17th is absolutely stunning, and the 18th leads you straight to the clubhouse deck, where you can finally get that refreshing and well-earned beverage.

Course Highlights

  • Gentle warm-up holes leading to tougher finishing holes
  • Set amongst live oaks and waterway views
  • Relax on the spacious clubhouse deck

Course Details

Yardage/Distance

Slope Rating

Course Rating

73.1
71.2
70.2
68.5
70.6
Location: North
Designer: Clyde Johnston
Rating: 73.2
Slope: 145
Distance: 6,890 from Black tees

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