Shaftesbury Glen Golf Club

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Shaftesbury Glen Golf Club

681 Cains Landing Road · Conway SC, 29526

Make the most of your Myrtle Beach golf vacation and schedule a tee time at Shaftesbury Glen. The signature of famed architect A. W. Tillinghast is all over this special course. By the end of the day, you might leave your own mark on Shaftesbury – especially if you find yourself trapped in one of its trademark finger bunkers.

Course Highlights

  • Wide-open fairways cater to lovers of the long ball.
  • Balls run swiftly on the immaculate bentgrass greens.
  • This championship layout is innovative, enticing and challenging.

Course Details

Yardage/Distance

Slope Rating

55 155
55

Course Rating

74.3
71.5
69.5
68.3
Location: North
Designer: Clyde Johnston
Rating: 74.0
Slope: 135
Distance: 6,935 from the Blue tees

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