True Blue Golf Club, another highly acclaimed Mike Strantz signature design, has earned national acclaim for its beauty and challenge. It is 4.5-Star layout that is a must play on your next visit, and it recently moved up the rankings onto GOLF Magazine’s list of “Top 100 Courses You Can Play in America.”
The artful imagination of Mike Strantz transformed an 18th Century rice and indigo plantation into a truly unique layout that possesses some of the characteristics of other great U.S. courses, including Pine Valley and Wing Foot. True Blue has been ranked among America’s Greatest Public Courses and has been previously proclaimed the #1 Public Course in the Myrtle Beach area by Golf Digest. The course offers five sets of tees, providing a fair test for golfers or all abilities. It is one of the most visually dramatic courses you’ll encounter on the Grand Strand, with fairways and greens accented with strategically placed bunkers, freshwater lakes and natural boarder grasses, often giving it the illusion of being more difficult than it actually is -- a signature of Mike Strantz.
On your visit, you might notice the bright, indigo blue roof on the True Blue clubhouse. It is a tribute to its heritage as an 18th Century indigo plantation. Come early and enjoy the wonderful comfort food served for breakfast and lunch in the True Blue Grill. And if your game needs some fine tuning, True Blue happens to be home to one America's top golf schools, the Steve Dresser Golf Academy.