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The Glens Ultimate Golf Only Package

The Quick Details: The Glens Golf Package offers four courses that can be played in a 2-round multi-play package or the Ultimate Glens Package that allows you to play all four Glens Courses with FREE Pre-Booked Replays after 1:30 pm. With four distinctive layouts, the Glens Golf package will challenge any skill level of golfer.  Glens Scottish Golf Package Rounds

The Courses To Choose From



Current Glens Group Package Pricing for 2018 & 2019 

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3 (or 4) Rounds...from $220 Per Golfer

Play 3 Rounds, and you get Possum Trot FREE! Plus, you get FREE REPLAYS on every single course after 1:00 p.m in the Fall and 1:30 p.m in the Spring on the day of play. That`s eight rounds of golf for the price of three. Sorry, no rain checks issued on replay rounds. Also for 2018, this package will also include FREE Lunch each day of play and Range Balls.
PROMO CODE: Ultimate

Glen Dornoch, Heather Glen,
Shaftsbury Glen, Possum Trot 

No Hidden Fees Added to Our Golf Packages
We require a $100 deposit per golfer to book a golf package. All pricing is subject to change without notice, but the price will be locked in at the time of booking.

Golf? BANNED? - A bit of Scottish History For Ya

For golfers looking to immerse themselves in links-style golf as first played in the British Isles, there’s the Glens Group Golf Package that’s sure to appeal to any Scotsman’s sense of thrift. And fortunately, the Scottish Parliament has long since dropped its objections to the game.

One of the first documented mentions of golf came in 1437 in the form of an edict from Scottish King James II prohibiting “gowf” and football as distractions that were taking able-bodied men away from archery practice needed to help defend the country. The game was banned time and time again in the following decades, including a ban by King James IV of Scotland, who eased his opposition to the game when presented with a gift of clubs in 1502. Unfortunately, his time spent golfing might have been better spent in archery practice, dying in battle on September 9, 1513.

The Courses

Glen Dornoch – Perennially rated as one of the state’s best courses, golfers with low handicaps will love this Clyde Johnston designed course in Little River more than high handicappers. A rolling course along the Intracoastal Waterway, it features natural lakes, salt marshes, live oaks, magnolias, wetlands and river views.

Heather Glen – Another Little River course, this collaboration between design greats Clyde Johnson and Willard Byrd is a mix of both Scottish links and parkland style course and features three beautiful 9-hole tracks with brooks, streams, dogwoods, pine, and oaks.

Shaftsbury – Yet another Clyde Johnston design, this English style parkland course in Conway features wide sweeping fairways, challenging doglegs and very fast, heavily trapped elevated greens. There’s water in play on 12 holes.

Possum Trot – A traditional coastal style layout with wide fairways and plenty of tall pines, this North Myrtle Beach course features large and flat greens, large bunkers along with lots of water in the form of lakes and bonds.

Other Considerations about Shaftesbury & Possum Trot Courses

Not only a super golf course, the Shaftesbury Glen Golf & Fish Club along the Waccamaw River is also a first-class fishing facility as well. Shaftesbury is also just about 10 minutes away from the famed Restaurant Row. Golfers playing the Glens Courses should also take advantage of the highly rated Hugh Royer Golf Academy for lessons and instruction by former PGA Tour Professional, Hugh Royer III. Possum Trot is a local favorite and is known as "The Friendly Course" 


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