True Blue Golf Club Golfboards
True Blue Golf Club is the first golf facility on the Grand Strand to offer the Golf Board experience for your round of golf. You now have the option of taking a cart or riding on your True Blue Golf Club Golfboards; quite appropriate for this golf course located minutes from the beach in Pawleys Island South Carolina in the heart of the Low Country. Golf is a FUN sport and as the rules get stricter and competitions get more serious, this is one way to make sure to keep the FUN in the game. If you are looking for something new and something fun, this is the place you want to be this season especially in February and March.
Along with its sister course just down a ways and across the street, the highly acclaimed Caledonia Golf and Fish Club, there are a number of seasonal packages that appeal to the most conservative of golf experiences to the newest in technologies. There is even a “Fore” Star Golf Getaway with rates as low as $449 per person for a three-night, four-round get-a-way or buddy trip.
Designed by Mike Strantz and opened in 1998, True Blue Golf Club is a fun and challenging course for players of all abilities. If you like the long courses, play it from as far back as 7,126 yards. But with 5 sets of tees, tee it forward for your most enjoyable round to date. This par 72 facility was once an 18th century indigo plantation, thus the name, and the staff still employs that Low Country hospitality and charm its been long known for.
While Golfweek has included True Blue on its “Best In State: South Carolina” list, the course has received countless other awards including selection as one of “America’s Greatest 100 Public Golf Courses” by Golf Digest. It also is one of the South Carolina Golf Course Rating Panel’s list of “50 Best Courses”. If you still need convincing, just ask Golf Magazine as it was included in their “Top Ten Places to Play” and “Top 25 Courses in the South.”
And for those looking to include Caledonia Golf and Fish Club in the mix, you won’t be disappointed. This 6,526-yard, par-70 course, which celebrated 20 years of operation in 2014 has earned it’s fair share of awards as well. When you play here, you are playing on the site of not only a historic rice plantation routed through majestic oaks and water features, but also on one of “America’s 100 Greatest Public Courses,” by Golf Digest; “Top 100 You Can Play” by Golf Magazine; “Top 100 Modern Courses” and “Best Resort Courses” by Golfweek; “Best 50 Courses” by the South Carolina Golf Course Ratings Panel; and “Top 100 Best Courses for Women” by Golf For Women. All this and we haven’t even mentioned that the drive up to the clubhouse takes you under the canopy of 100 year old oaks with hanging Spanish Moss, the beauty of which rivals Magnolia Lane at Augusta National.
For more information on these two great courses and the packages including them, go to www.fishclub.com or chat with us here at thegolfdirector.com. Do not forget to ask about your True Blue Golf Club Golfboards instead of a cart.
PGA director of golf operations for Caledonia Golf and Fish Club and True Blue Golf Club Bob Seganti said, “This is a great time of the year for golfers to receive great rates on golf trips. Golfers who plan a trip to Caledonia or True Blue this winter will not only play on two of the regions top courses, but also receive exclusive perks, such as free Golfboard rentals.”