Heather Glen Golf

The Heather Glen is a 400-acre historic-site golf gem designed by Clyde Johnston and Willard Byrd. It features one of the best golf holes in the country and has become a major tourist magnet since its debut in 1987. And since this stunning golf course is set in the vast lands where the ancient oaks and pines abound, vacation goers are also provided with nature’s soothing ambiance aside from the fair test of golfing skills. That is why Heather Glen was hailed among the “Top 5 in South Carolina”, “Top 50 Public Courses in America”, and Golf Digest’s “4.5 Stars Places to Play”.

What makes the Heather Glen very appealing to the golf enthusiasts is that it provides 3 distinct and different nines with the Scottish links and water orientation. While on play, golfers come across with the dramatic elevation changes as well as the trickling brooks and winding streams. Pot bunkers are also evident on the fairways of which one was named as “The Devils Mistress”. Along with the outstanding greens and other striking features, this golf vacation destination was named as the #1 New Public Course in 1987.

In order to go through the tough challenges of golf at Heather Glen, golfers must also be able to come up with unique golfing techniques that can conquer each of the holes. Some of the course’s inspiring holes that golfing guests have to watch out for include the Par-5 6th and the Par-3 8th. If you want to experience the perfect fusion of golfing pleasure and relaxation, then this amazing golf escape is an option. Arrange with golf vacation experts now and head your way to one of the best golf vacation destinations where there is a seamless blend of nature and craftsmanship.





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