Type: Golf Courses, Public Golf Courses
Public Golf Courses: Widely regarded as one of the Strand's - even one of South Carolina's - top golf courses, True Blue features wide, immaculate fairways, rolling terrain and an abundance of beauty that also serves as potential trouble. Wetlands and woodlands serve as scenic but nerve-racking obstacles. As the sister course to adjoining Caledonia, True Blue offers the perfect opportunity to play 36 holes in the Pawleys Island countryside. The course sits on what was once an indigo plantation and blends in well with the natural landscape. The course, which plays 7062 yards from the back tees, is indeed one of the treasures of the Grand Strand.
Golf Courses: Widely regarded as one of the Strand's – even one of South Carolina's – top golf courses, True Blue features wide, immaculate fairways, rolling terrain and a spectacular marriage with the surrounding landscape. Built on a former rice and indigo plantation, this course plays 7,062 yards from the back tees and traverses a diverse terrain ranging from salt marshes to dense forests. Featuring on-site golf villas for comfort and convenience, golfers can stroll to the tee box for their round. Designed by renowned architect Mike Strantz, True Blue truly is one of the treasures of Pawleys Island and a gem of the Grand Strand.
900 Blue Stem Dr
Pawleys Island, SC 29585
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Public Golf Courses: "Built on a former rice plantation, playing this course is a lot like a history lesson and sight-seeing tour all in one, so make sure you bring a camera."
Golf Courses: "Be sure you bring a camera to capture shots of the scenic wetlands and wildlife, including alligators and birds of prey."
Best for Public Golf Courses Because: Nature and history lovers will enjoy a scenic stroll around True Blue.
Best for Golf Courses Because: Built on a former rice plantation, playing this course is a lot like a history lesson and sightseeing tour all in one.