True Blue News & Blog Updates
Frank Bianco from the Steve Dresser Golf Academy tells you how he can get you into the right set of wedges from Edel. Give them a call and get fit today!
With four golfers combining to go 18-under par in the final round of men’s play at the 2021 Golfweek Fall Challenge at True Blue Golf Club, Delaware (-30) mounted a furious rally to overtake Mercer by one stroke and join the Campbell women’s team as 2021 event champions.
True Blue Golf Club is one of the renowned designs of “The Maverick,” Mike Strantz. Opened in 1998, it’s a favorite of legions of golfers including PlayGolfMyrtleBeach.com’s David Williams, who gives us a walk-through of his favorite aspects of the course in this edition of “The Player’s Digest.” Enjoy the episode!
Here in South Carolina, we’re lucky to be home to some of the best golf courses in the United States. From the upstate to the coast, you’re bound to find some stellar tracks. Golf Digest releases its Best Golf Courses in Every State compilation every other year, and getting on this list is a distinct honor. As such, we’re exceptionally pround to announce that both Caledonia Golf & Fish Club and True Blue Golf Club have been selected as part of Golf Digest’s South Carolina honorees for 2021-2022.
Fall is in full swing at True Blue Golf Club, but we’d be remiss if we didn’t share with you a quick look back at just how great a summer we had at our award-winning Mike Strantz course. Visiting golfers tell that story best, as you’ll see from this collection of some of our favorite Facebook reviews!
True Blue Golf Club is known for being “naturally beautiful,” and this summer has shown it off in spades. We took some of the best photos of True Blue from our social media team and put them together for this Instagram recap. Enjoy!
Stuart Clark from the Steve Dresser Golf Academy, located at True Blue Golf Club in Pawleys Island, S.C., shows us how and why to hit pitch shots with different trajectories from the same ball position. Stuart demonstrates the proper technique for hitting it with a low, medium, and high ball flight.
Dale Dunlop is “The Maritime Explorer,” and he’s traveled the world and written about it for more than three decades. South Carolina and its Lowcountry have been among Dale’s countless global visits, which have included golfing excursions to each of Mike Strantz’s masterpiece designs at Caledonia and True Blue.Here, in the third of three parts, is Dale’s take on holes 13-18 of his True Blue journey.
A “manufactured” or “phony” backswing is a trap that snares many recreational golfers. Mike Rugg of the Steve Dresser Golf Academy in Pawleys Island, SC is here to offer some practice tips on how to avoid it. As you’ll see, there are several techniques you can use to eliminate “lifting” in your swing.
Dale Dunlop is “The Maritime Explorer,” and he’s traveled the world and written about it for more than three decades. South Carolina and its Lowcountry have been among Dale’s countless global visits, which have included golfing excursions to each of Mike Strantz’s masterpiece designs at Caledonia and True Blue.Here, in the second of three parts, is Dale’s take on holes 7-12 of his True Blue journey.