When Heather Glen opened its fairways in 1987, the course was met with rave reviews, earning Best New Course in America honors from Golf Digest. The facility went on to open another nine holes in 1990, making it one of the area’s first 27-hole properties and securing its spot among the best Myrtle Beach golf courses. Over the years, countless high profile courses opened in the area, garnering part of the spotlight that used to shine so brightly on Heather Glen. While the media’s attention may have shifted, one thing that hasn’t waivered is the quality of golf at Heather Glen. The Red, White and Blue nines offer a hint of Scotland, featuring numerous pot bunkers and natural waste areas. Golfers also appreciate the secluded nature of the Clyde Johnston and Willard Byrd collaboration. With the exception of one hole, views of housing are virtually non-existent; it’s just you and a guaranteed to be well-maintained layout. Heather Glen continues to accumulate accolades, earning 4 stars in Golf Digest’s Best Place to Play Guide and being ranked among the top 30 courses in all of golf-rich South Carolina (300 total layouts).