Architect - Clyde Johnston
Master architect Clyde Johnston's creation, Glen Dornoch, welcomed its first players in September of 1996. The 270-acre site is blessed with a dense stand of oaks, pines, and magnolias. Coastal golf courses in the Myrtle Beach area are usually rather flat but this site has several natural 35-foot elevation changes, which slope down to South Carolina's most beautiful stretch of the Intracoastal Waterway. With respect for the land, the golf course was built one hole at a time. At Myrtle Beach's Glen Dornoch, each hole flows with the natural terrain of lakes, live oaks, and spectacular marsh and river views. If youve ever dreamed of playing one of the worlds truly great courses.... that dream can now be a reality.
The site is unequaled - 270 pristine acres of dense stands of oaks, pines and magnolias, and 35-foot elevations, all set along South Carolina's loveliest stretch of the Intracoastals Waterway. Each hole - built one at a time - flows with the natural terrain of lakes, live oaks, and spectacular marsh and river views. Complementing the magnificent course in an equally-splendid clubhouse, offering top-manufacturer's clubs, bags and balls, as well as a full fashion choice. The Scottish-styled Pub satisfies the "inner" man and woman, with superb homemade salads, fresh sandwiches, and tempting daily specials, together with that ever-entrancing view.