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.
4840 Glen Dornoch Way, Little River, SC,
As most golf courses throughout the Southeast region offer great playing conditions in the winter and early spring months through a “contouring” effect (green fairways, greens and tee boxes, producing a visual contrast with dormant Bermudagrass rough), 19 Myrtle Beach-area designs have taken the extra step to “Go Green” in 2019-2020.Read More
With more than 700 participants from nationwide and beyond, the 2019 Family Golf Week events offered a family bonding experience through golf like no other. Check out our recap video, and browse our photo gallery of the winners!Read More
As Family Golf Week in Myrtle Beach prepares to kick off Thursday with first-round action, we go inside the numbers and features of an event that includes far more than the world’s largest father/son competition.Read More
PlayGolfMyrtleBeach.com’s Charlie Rymer recently stopped by Glen Dornoch Waterway Golf Links in Little River, S.C., and got a playing tour from Head Golf Professional Ben Acre of its famous par-3 17th Hole, situated scenically along the Intracoastal Waterway.Read More
He’s been named Family Golf Week’s 2019 “Father of the Year,” and now Charlie Rymer wants you to join him in Myrtle Beach July 17-20 for the Father & Son Team Classic and Parent & Child Team Classic. See why Charlie’s excited about taking part in this year’s festivities!Read More
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