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Strantz Spotlight: No. 8 at True Blue Golf Club

When asked by Golf Club Atlas in 2000 who inspired his work the most, Mike Strantz didn’t hesitate to reference the aforementioned Scottish golf course architect whose course designs span the globe through four continents. And MacKenzie’s thoughts above serve as no better descriptor than it does with one of Strantz’s Lowcountry holes: the short, par-four 8th at True Blue Golf Club.

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Strantz Spotlight: No. 11 at True Blue Golf Club

Known as the “Maverick of Golf Course Architecture,” Mike Strantz is known for his wild golf hole designs. The par-three 3rd hole at True Blue and the short par-three 9th at Caledonia Golf & Fish Club are just a few that come to mind. One of the tamer Strantz masterpieces is the par-three 11th at True Blue.

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Strantz Spotlight: The Par-5 No. 10 at True Blue

The kickoff to your back nine experience at True Blue perfect encapsulates Hiseman’s thoughts here – just not right away. When you step to the tee on the par-5 10th at True Blue you are first greeted by a friendly sight: the widest fairway on the golf course. Measuring at 599 yards from the longest tees, No. 10 is a long par five that challenges every skill level of golfer.

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Strantz Spotlight: Hole No. 7 at True Blue

Standing on the tee at the par-3 No. 7 at True Blue Golf Club, a golfer can easily forget they’re in the Lowcountry. Measuring 176 yards from the longest markers, No. 7 at True Blue may not be the absolute longest of par-3 challenges you’ll face, but it is most definitely a bear.

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Cutting the Corner

Measuring 433 yards from the back tees, the par-4 fifth hole at True Blue Golf Club displays course designer Mike Strantz’ affinity for misdirection. As True Blue Head Golf Professional Bart Romano describes, “Five is a downhill tee shot with some misdirection — which Strantz does quite a bit in his design features — where the safest and biggest part of the fairway is clearly out to the right, but the hole doglegs back to the left.”

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