Association of Carolina Shag Clubs

Golden Isles Shag Club is a member of the Association of Carolina Shag Clubs (ACSC). The ACSC Club Information Page gives the contact information on the 100 +/- fellow clubs who are members of the association.

ACSC runs the summer workshop in conjuction with an ACSC club and each year all ACSC Club Presidents and interested Club Members attend. The Summer workshop is hosted on a rotating basis by member clubs. this year it is Lake Norman's turn.

ACSC Winter Workshop

ACSC Summer Workshop

Society of Stranders ~ SOS

The Society of Stranders (SOS) which was formed in 1984 in 1989 became a separately administered part of the Association of Carolina Shag Clubs. The SOS Calendar Page gives the current year and 3 future years of all the ACSC / SOS events.

SOS runs two major events each year, the Spring Safari and the Fall Migration. Many of the 15,000 members of SOS attend one if not both of these 10 day parties that take over the clubs and streets of North Myrtle Beach, SC.

SOS Spring Safari

SOS Fall Migration

Golden Isles Shag Club Party Calendar

The entertainment committee of the club has moved into high gear and set up this years 2019 calendar of club parties.

Many shag clubs dance in hotels and ballrooms, at GISC we have a classic beach bar with Ziggy's on St Simons Island; but we go outdoors for our Low Country Boil and Oyster Roast at Bill & Donita's. We shag with a permanent outside dance floor & gazebo, the fine aroma of BBQ, Pulled Pork, Shrimp, Burgers and Fixin's. Make sure to note the date for these Spring and Fall GISC parties - even for a night its worth the trip. Bring a Camper / RV we also have hookups right at the party!!!

Flocking to Shag-A-Ganza is Aug 8-11~ The Golden Isles of Georgia are a special place, Jekyll Island where we hold our event is a Georgia State Park Authority.

At the turn of the 20th century it was to be owned by the Jekyll Island Club millionaires who controlled over 1/6th of global GDP. The U.S. Federal Reserve was formulated on the island in 1907, as well as the very first transcontinental phone call between the East and West Coasts of the U.S. in 1915. The island has 5500 acres and nearly 4,000 are totally protected from development. Take an extra day with us this year and when you get the "sand between you toes" you will always come back again to Jekyll!