True Blue Golf Club

Ranked in Golf Magazine’s “2019 Top 100 Resorts in North America for Buddies Trips” list, True Blue Golf Club represents the class of the expansive golf offerings on The Waccamaw Golf Trail located just minutes south of central Myrtle Beach. The dramatic, fun layout is known for its vast fairways, undulating greens and impressive elevation changes. The rolling terrain and native vegetation of this “Nationally Recognized” Mike Strantz design makes for one of the most spectacular settings in golf. And with an 18-acre practice facility, fully-stocked pro shop and inviting grill room, True Blue is a must-play on any visit to “The Golf Capital of the World” Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. 

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True Blue Golf Course Reviews

@portfire
Pawleys Island, SC
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Orange County Firefights take their shift Lieutenant on a golf outing to to celebrate his retirement. In Pawley’s Island, SC. Wow great food and great golf course. A golfers golf course and can’t wait to go to Caledonia on Wednesday.
@djtheoret
Lakeland, FL
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True Blue certainly lives up to its reputation as one of the best golf courses in South Carolina. The late Mike Stranz sure did himself proud.
@jkohan
Carmel, IN
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The food at the club house is outstanding. If you want the best New England Clam Chowder ever, they have it. Everything on the menu is great. Their Sunday brunch is excellent and a steal at the price. Service is very friendly and great.
@msa5757
Montvale, NJ
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Our group played this course on Thursday 4/28 and were treated beyond compare. From the time our bags were removed to the final hole the experience for only second to their sister course. Looking forward to our return in the coming years.
@TGN2014
New Hartford, NY
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12 guys on our annual golf trip played True Blue ... It was great! Golf course is in excellent shape. Every staff member we encountered was friendly and helpful. Everyone thought True Blue was better than advertised. We will be back.
@JeffreyTravel
Clarkston, MI
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This was one of my favorite courses I have played in the South Carolina area. The course and greens were in great shape. The greenss are large and some of the Par 5 fairways can be long. It was truly and great golfing experience.
@JeffreyTravel
Clarkston, MI
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This was one of my favorite courses I have played in the South Carolina area. The course and greens were in great shape. The greenss are large and some of the Par 5 fairways can be long. It was truly and great golfing experience.
@Tono_11
Warwick, UK
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A course with a great layout and some truly spectacular holes. Plenty of water. A true challenge. Really enjoyable test of golf.
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One of the Best Course​s in the Golf Capital of the World

True Blue Golf Club is one of the mostly consistently awarded, ranked, and rated golf courses in the Myrtle Beach area. See just a few of the accolades we’ve accumulated over the years from major media and news outlets below.

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Strantz Spotlight: #17 at True Blue

Mike Strantz is known for his wild, constantly moving fairways, and at True Blue Golf Club we’re lucky enough to have many wide fairways that give every golfer a great chance at finding them off the tee. One of our favorite holes is the par-four 17th, which not only exemplifies this trait but is a great reminder of a hole that should not be overlooked if your mind starts to drift ahead to True Blue’s more renowned finishing hole.

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Video Tip: Increasing Body Rotation

You see how the tour players do it, so how can you? Steve Dresser of the Steve Dresser Golf Academy at True Blue Golf Club in Pawleys Island, S.C. demonstrates the difference between how professional golfers and amateurs rotate their bodies through impact, and show some exercises to help you do it more like the pros.

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