Course Spotlight: Glen Dornoch

Marked by a three-hole finishing stretch that’s unrivaled in the Myrtle Beach golf landscape, Glen Dornoch Waterway Golf Links is one of just a handful of designs with multiple holes playing along the scenic Intracoastal Waterway.

Join us on a video tour of this premier golf course, and check out our hole-by-hole photo gallery at the bottom of this page.



Overlooking the Intracoastal Waterway sits the heralded Glen Dornoch Waterway Links, one of Myrtle Beach’s most distinct and picturesque golf destinations.

Opened in 1996 to acclaimed reviews, this Scottish links-style course pays tribute to legendary course designer, Clyde Johnston, and is part of the notable Glens Golf Group in the greater Myrtle Beach area.

With water in play on 12 holes, even the most experienced players will need discipline to navigate this layout meandering through corridors of century-old live oaks, mature pines and strategically placed bunkers.

One of its signature holes, the par 3 17th, features an expansive marsh carry to an intimidating green protected by a daunting bulkhead bunker.

The clubhouse is perched high above the Intracoastal Waterway and overlooks the shared double greens of the 9th and 18th holes.

Passing boat traffic down the Intracoastal, abundant wildlife and long views are just a few of the reasons Glen Dornoch Waterway Links continues to be a “must-play” course on the Grand Strand.

Come experience a true Scottish, links-style layout with views that’ll leave you breathless.

Glen Dornoch Waterway Links … above and beyond, located just north of Myrtle Beach in the quaint town of Little River, South Carolina.

Click an icon below to browse our photo gallery of Glen Dornoch