Shaftesbury Glen has recently earned an overall rating of 8.1 from reviewers at the Myrtle Beach Golf Insider, garnering praise for course condition, customer service, and overall experience. Click here to see Shaftesbury Glen’s most recent reviews.
Architect Clyde Johnston has brought element of the famed West Course at Winged Foot to Myrtle Beach, and in Shaftesbury Glen created one of the top championship courses in the area. Recognized among the “Best Places to Play” and “4 Stars” by Golf Digest, Shaftesbury Glen is a short 10-minute drive from Myrtle Beach’s famed Restaurant Row, making it a must-play course.
Shaftesbury Glen’s signature hole No. 8 – a 210-yard par 3 - features a water hazard along the left side of the hole and three sand traps that surround the green. No matter the location of the pin, golfers should aim to the center of the green and play it safe.
9 by Joe - 08/04/2014
Every green looks the next.The sand traps that protect the greens are massive with the same look.Play sister course Heather Glen instead of here.
9 by Mike (Cary, NC) - 06/12/2014
10 by Michael (Pittsburgh, PA) - 06/06/2014
7 by Andrew (East Hanover, NJ) - 06/02/2014
9 by Robert (Collegeville, PA) - 06/02/2014
Too many sand traps. But I guess that's my problem - not the golf course's.
9 by Dennis (Cincinnati, OH) - 05/23/2014
Always in good shape--- wish the greens were a little softer
9 by Dave (Richmond, VA) - 04/16/2014
How firm the greens were
9 by Brian - 03/07/2014
This course will challenge golfers of all skill levels. Playing at over 6,300 yards from the white tees, add wind and soft fairways and you'll use every club in the bag! Beverage cart came by more than the ranger which made for a relaxing round of golf. Excellent lunch at the grill and free replays thru the Glens Group make this worth every penny.
10 by Tommy (Madison, VA) - 03/07/2014
Everything great, played for four years in a row, love the course
8 by Pete (Pasadena, MD) - 01/15/2014
PLAYABLE BUT WET