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True Blue’s dramatic layout is known for its vast fairways and impressive elevation changes. The 18-acre practice facility, fully stocked pro shop and an enticing grill room are just a sampling of the amenities golfers have access to while at the club.
“We are humbled to have True Blue recognized on such a prestigious list,” said Bob Seganti, PGA, director of golf operations for Caledonia Golf & Fish Club and True Blue Golf Club. “It is great to be recognized for our notable course and what we have to offer here at True Blue.”
Award-winning golf course architect Mike Strantz sought to make nature the star when he designed True Blue. The course was developed to fully embrace the natural beauty of its Lowcountry surroundings, and staff carefully maintains the grounds to provide players with world-class golf experiences.
For more information about True Blue, call 800-483-6800 or visit www.FishClub.com. Also, for news and rate information, follow True Blue on Facebook.
About True Blue Golf Club
Designed by Mike Strantz and opened in 1998, True Blue Golf Club showcases the natural beauty of the area and utilizes native grasses and vegetation, maintaining the character of the South Carolina Lowcountry.
The 7,126-yard, par-72 course has received countless awards, including selection as one of “America’s Greatest 100 Public Golf Courses” by “Golf Digest.” It is also one of the South Carolina Golf Course Rating Panel’s “50 Best Courses.” It has even graced “Golf Magazine‘s” lists of “Top Ten Places to Play” and “Top 25 Courses in the South.” “Golfweek” has included True Blue on its “Best In State: South Carolina” list. For more information, call True Blue at 888-483-6800, or visit www.truebluegolf.com.