Course designer Mike Stranz has really built a Lowcountry masterpiece, with fertile landscape of twisted live oaks and towering pines, tidal creeks and salt marshes as the backdrop for this magnificent course. True Blue has been recognized by Golf Digest as the “No. 1 Public Golf Course in the Myrtle Beach Area”, and made the list of “America’s Top 100 Public Courses.” The most recognized holes at True Blue are actually the first set of holes that includes two par 5’s and an island green par 3. Players that survive the first four at close to “their par” are setup for a good scoring day. So be ready at the first tee.
True Blue Golf Plantation has recently earned an overall rating of 8.8 from reviewers at the Myrtle Beach Golf Insider, garnering praise for course conditions, scenic views, and course layout.
9 by Brian - 07/24/2014
Course was great only 11 days after aeration. No complaints there. Greens a little slow but we were expecting that. Play was too slow. 5 hour round is not good, not marshalling in evidence.
10 by Paul (Grapevine, TX) - 07/24/2014
10 by Tom (Columbia, SC) - 07/02/2014
9 by Bill (Trumbull, CT) - 06/18/2014
9 by Scott (Springfield, IL) - 06/09/2014
I played a Michael Strand course in N.C. a few years back called tobaco road.We were playing with some guys from N.C. that day i mentiond that this course remined me of a course i played called Tobacco road.Thats when they in formed me it was a Strand deign.Cool course had fun
7 by Robert (Canton, MI) - 06/06/2014
10 by Tass (Billerica, MA) - 06/06/2014
The greens look iffy but roll true. it rained on us a little bit but we love the layout and scoreability
9 by Ken (Grand Rapids, OH) - 06/06/2014
The moveable feast that is Myrtle Beach golf appeals to all sorts of players for all sorts of reasons throughout the calendar year. Some like it hot, some like it upscale, some seek out less expensive months, some like it for at least 36 holes a day, some prefer to set aside ample pool and beach time.
Enrollment in junior golf programs has dwindled as start-up costs have become too much of a burden for families in this perplexing economy. That's where the new Junior Golf Exchange comes in to lend a hand to today's young golfers.