True Blue

4.3338823529 4.3 stars from 5 (29)
  • Holes: 18
  • Par: 72
  • Length: 7126 yards
  • Slope: 139
  • Rating: 73.8
  • Layout

  • 900 Blue Stem Dr, Pawleys Island, SC 29585
  • (888) 293-7385
  • fishclub.com/true-blue
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Year built: 1998
Architect(s): Mike Strantz
Type: Public/Resort
Greens: Tif Eagle Bermuda
Fairways: Bermuda
Golf Season: Year round

Rentals/Services

Carts: Yes
Pull-carts: Yes
Clubs: Yes
Caddies: No
GPS: No

Practice/Instruction

Driving range: Yes
Pitching/chipping area: Yes
Putting green: Yes
Practice bunker: Yes
Teaching pro: Yes

Policies

Walking allowed: Yes
Metal spikes allowed: No
Dress code: Proper Golf attire, no denim on golf course.
Credit cards accepted: All Major, Cash and Traveler's Checks

Tees | Layout | Full Scorecard

Tee Par Length Rating Slope
Black 72 7126 yards 73.8 139
Blue 72 6812 yards 72.3 128
White 72 6375 yards 71.1 123
Gold (W) 72 5736 yards 67.2 112
Red (W) 72 4995 yards 69.5 115

Accolades

Rating Snapshot

GA Rating Index 4.3 stars from 5
Off-Course Amenities: 4.2 stars from 5
Value: 3.7 stars from 5
Pace of Play: 4.1 stars from 5
Staff Friendliness: 4.3 stars from 5
Course Layout: 4.4 stars from 5
Course Conditions: 4.3 stars from 5
Rating Breakdown 29 Reviews
5 stars:
13
4 stars:
13
3 stars:
1
2 stars:
2
1 stars:
0

recommend this course

26 out of 29 reviews


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"Myrtle Beach at Its Best!"


TheGolfinGuy's avatar
Top 250 Contributor
Age:  55-64
Gender:  Male
Skill:  Advanced
Plays:  Once a week
Handicap:  10-14

5 5.0 stars from 5 Played on 11/06/2017
Previously played Used cart

Reviewed on

True Blue is one of those courses that, after you get a taste of it, you just want more. The course is one of only a handful of Mike Stranz courses; in fact, there are two here, Caledonia Golf and Fish Club being the other. True Blue is built on the site of a once thriving indigo and rice plantation.

Stranz was more than a golf course architect, he was a golf course artist. His courses seem to blend in perfectly with the natural surroundings. True Blue seems to rise out of the ground like a Phoenix rising from the ashes; it’s also one of the most creative golf courses you will ever play. Stranz’ creativity in design requires creativity in your shot making as you make your way around a course that has incorporated salt marshes, wetlands and maritime forests of twisting live oaks and pine trees into the layout creating memories that are one of a kind.

True Blue Golf Club was Mike Strantz’s fourth signature golf course, and opened to rave reviews in February 1998. Caledonia opened in 1994 and shortly after True Blue opened, Stranz was named “Architect of the Year” by Golf World. The course is not without its share of notoriety, being ranked 77th on Golf Magazine's Top 100 Public Courses in America list and 6th best public course in South Carolina. Golf Digest has also seen fit to rank True Blue the 29th best course in South Carolina (8th among public courses) and gave it 4 ½ stars for “Places to Play”. But this course is not just for the guys; Golf for Women Magazine recognized True Blue as one of the country’s Top 100 Courses for Women. The course is an absolute must-play for any golfer visiting Myrtle Beach.

Sand is a legitimate concern at True Blue as it figures into every hole on the course, and some of it will penalize you severely. Technically, there are no bunkers; every grain of sand out here is considered a waste area. It’s packed down in many areas so, unless you’re adept at hitting off your kitchen table, it can be a little tricky. Feel free to ground away, take some practice swings, even drive the cart through it; whatever you have to do to get the ball on the green. Because that’s when the fun starts!

Most golfers have never experienced greens like this before in their lives. They are some of the most unique sizes and shapes around. And, unlike designers who like to bury elephants in their greens, Stranz relies on lengthy angular greens - many slanting from back to front - putting an emphasis on slope and speed for longer putts.

True Blue offers a set of tees to fit everyone’s game. When in doubt, play the shorter set, you’ll have more fun. Bit off more than you can chew out here and you could be in for a long day. The Back/Gold Tees measure 7,126 yards with a course rating of 74.5 and a 138 slope. Most golfers will find that the White Tees (6,375 yards/71.1/132) will give them all the golf they can handle and still leave with a little dignity. Of course, that part depends on how you fare on Number 18, more on that in a minute. Seniors typically play from the Black Tees (5,736/68.2/123) while ladies will enjoy themselves from the Green Tees (4,995/69.3/125).

Here are a few of the most memorable holes:

Favorite Par 3: number 3, 141 yards (White Tees). This hole can make or break your round early on. Depending on the pin position there can be a 25-yard difference between front and back. The hole plays a lot tougher with the pin in front because the landing area is smaller. Also, if the pin’s up front and you hit it short or long, you’re in the bunker, which sits well below the putting surface. Regardless of pin position, it’s all carry over water and sand to an island green. If the pin is in the back, play to the right of the hole and let the ball funnel down towards it. Par is a good score here. This is a good display of Mike Stranz the artist.

Favorite Par 4: Number 18, 406 Yards. Stranz has indeed saved the best for last. Water is in play all the way down the left side and the fairway slopes off on the right into a large waste bunker. It’s 200+ yards to carry the bunker just across the water and if you can find the middle of the fairway off the tee, you’re halfway there. Play your approach shot into a long narrow green that angles back left to front right and slopes down towards the water which protects the entire left side. Once you get on the green the fun begins as onlookers from the clubhouse porch cheer and jeer your efforts. This may be as close as you ever get to playing in front of a gallery so relish the moment.

Favorite Par 5: Number 1, 499 yards (White Tees). For my money, True Blue starts you out with the best hole on the course and builds from there. Waste bunkers frame the left side of the fairway on this long dogleg left, leading up to a creek in front of a well elevated green, meaning you’ll have to use an aerial approach. For most players it’s a three-shot hole because of the creek. To complicate matters, there’s a bunker that wraps around most of the green which is very narrow, yet receptive. A good-looking golf hole that can be tamed.

Best Chance for a Low Number: Number 4. Par 5, 493 yards. A low number can be had with two good shots back-to-back as long as you’re willing to risk it. A well struck drive in the neighborhood of 250 yards that finds the middle or left side of the fairway will leave a second shot of around 220 yards into the green. Here’s where the risk comes in: it’s all carry over water with sand catching anything left or right of the putting surface. It’s one of the smaller greens on the course but receptive to long approach shots. Whatever you do, avoid the pot bunker to the right of the green; it’s a tough up and down. Go for it; you didn’t come here to lay up!

Last Word: True Blue certainly lives up to its reputation as one of the best golf courses in South Carolina. The late Mike Stranz sure did himself proud. Other than the par 3s, most of the holes are doglegs, some of which are created by the presence of the waste bunkers. This places an emphasis on distance and direction control. Spend too time in the waste bunkers and you’ll wish you went to the beach. A lot of the rough is cut just slightly longer than the fairway which tends to let the ball roll more, which can be both good and bad.

Many of the fairways are framed by waste bunkers, which adds to the natural beauty of the course. As a whole, the course is challenging without being overly taxing. It will make you play every club in your bag, and play them well. Also, there are some pretty significant elevation changes (+/- a club or two) which is unique for this part of the state

True Blue has some pretty impressive practice facilities too. Range balls are included with your greens fees and it’s highly advised that you hit all the balls they give you. There are a number of targets at varying distances so you can hit every club in your bag. Be sure to practice your bunker play; if you can make it around this course without having to play out of the sand, you’ve accomplished something!

Inside the clubhouse you will find a pro shop packed with all kinds of logoed gear from top apparel companies and some new up and comers. The True Blue Grillroom serve up all of you favorite post-golf libations as well as some authentic Lowcountry food. Breakfast is served from 7 am – 10:30 AM and lunch is available from 11 am – 3 pm.

True Blue is a proud member of the Waccamaw Golf Trail.


Pace of Play: Excellent

Course Layout: Excellent

Course Conditions: Excellent

Staff Friendliness: Excellent

Value for the Money: Excellent

Off-Course Amenities: Excellent

Course Difficulty:  Extremely Challenging


I recommend this course



"Get the yardage/tips book -- play on a dry day"


cmkdeery's avatar
Gender:  Male
Skill:  Advanced
Plays:  Few times a week
Handicap:  5-9

4 4.0 stars from 5 Played on 10/29/2017
First time playing

Reviewed on

Played the day after a night full of rain, so perceptions may be skewed by the fact that the course was cart paths only -- made for a long day, with all the extra walking and playing out of wet sand traps (of which there were many).

Staff members were VERY friendly and welcoming - and apologetic for the cart path only conditions.

As a first time player here, I wish we had thought to get a yardage and tips booklet. Had a GPS, but it didn't do justice in showing us important areas to hit to and away from -- several holes we would have played totally differently with the benefit of more course knowledge (and several which led enexpectedly big scores on holes). We started on #10, an especially tough beginning hole if you have never played the course -- even more so if it is wet! And, starting on the back nine exposes you to some tough sand conditions early in your round, before you have the chance to settle in. If you have your choice, ask to start on the front nine.

Lots of interesting holes, with both nines having strong and memorable closing holes.

Nice veranda overlooking the 18th green to relax and have a beer, after your round.


Pace of Play: Excellent

Course Layout: Excellent

Course Conditions: Average

Staff Friendliness: Excellent

Value for the Money: Good


I recommend this course


"Disappointed to say the least"


OldRobert's avatar
Age:  65+
Skill:  Intermediate
Plays:  Once a week
Handicap:  15-19

2 2.0 stars from 5 Played on 09/21/2017
Previously played Used cart Hot weather

Reviewed on

I played this course 10 ten years ago and was impressed with the course design and condition then. I even recommended it to a friend for our annual out-of-town golf trip this year.

We were both disappointed with the condition of the course (e..g., teeing grounds not moved recently and eaten up) and waste areas and traps (both in need of sand) and the golf carts (no GPS) and the amenities one would expect from a supposedly premium course charging a premium rate (such as towels, ice and bottled water in the carts). It was as if management had decided not to spend money on maintenance for years, as if the course had been resting on its reputation for far too long. The staff were few in number, as if management was trying to economize on this front also. They were polite but not friendly or personable.

True Blue is definitely no longer worth the kind of money we paid as out-of-town guests. I would not recommend it to others or return there myself. If you are looking for a much more positively memorable golfing experience in the Pawley's Island area, try the nearby Caledonia Golf & Fish Club instead!


Pace of Play: Average

Course Layout: Average

Course Conditions: Fair

Staff Friendliness: Fair

Value for the Money: Poor

Off-Course Amenities: Fair

Course Difficulty:  Moderate


I don't recommend this course


"Garbage"


u6054823's avatar
Age:  35-44
Skill:  Advanced
Plays:  Few times a week

2 2.0 stars from 5 Played on 08/21/2017
First time playing

Reviewed on

$100 to golf this atrocity. $40 maybe. Under water bc it rained over night. Cart paths only. Which were sand. Dramatically overrated - if ur from western PA you have already golfed many courses better for $40-$50.


Pace of Play: Average

Course Layout: Average

Course Conditions: Average

Staff Friendliness: Average

Value for the Money: Poor

Off-Course Amenities: Fair


I don't recommend this course


"Expectations"


Fortheloveofgolf71's avatar
Age:  45-54
Skill:  Intermediate
Plays:  Few times a week

4 4.0 stars from 5 Played on 07/28/2017
First time playing

Reviewed on

Nice Mike Strantz design. Nice course for 60-79 bucks but not any more. Some holes were scenic and some were pretty normal. Little hyped up. Just me opinion. Good course overall.


Pace of Play: Fair

Course Layout: Good

Course Conditions: Good

Staff Friendliness: Average

Value for the Money: Average

Off-Course Amenities: Average


I recommend this course


"MUST PLAY"


edbenn61's avatar
Age:  55-64
Skill:  Intermediate
Plays:  Once a week

5 5.0 stars from 5 Played on 06/21/2017
First time playing

Reviewed on

THE COURSE HAD ALOT OF RAIN IN THE DAYS PRIOR TO ROUND BUT COURSE HELD UP WELL. FOR ME MUCH MORE PLAYABLE THAN CALEDONIA. BAIL OUT AREAS AND WIDE FAIRWAYS. NOT FOR THE BEGINNER OR SHORT HITTERS. NOT AS "TRICKED" AS OTHER STRANZ DESIGNS.


Pace of Play: Excellent

Course Layout: Excellent

Course Conditions: Good

Staff Friendliness: Excellent

Value for the Money: Good

Off-Course Amenities: Excellent


I recommend this course


"True classic"


Cfreud's avatar
Age:  45-54
Skill:  Intermediate
Plays:  Few times a week

5 5.0 stars from 5 Played on 06/11/2017

Reviewed on

A different course than its sister, Caledonia. Like Caledonia, though, this is must-play golf in Myrtle Beach. Every hole is a treat. Conditions are always great. First-rate operation. Word to the wise ... Play the tees commensurate with your ability. Otherwise, it's going to be a long day.


Pace of Play: Good

Course Layout: Excellent

Course Conditions: Excellent

Staff Friendliness: Excellent

Value for the Money: Excellent

Off-Course Amenities: Excellent


I recommend this course


"Premium Course"


ralphcarchidi's avatar
Age:  55-64
Skill:  Advanced
Plays:  Few times a week
Handicap:  10-14

4 4.0 stars from 5 Played on 06/03/2017
First time playing Used cart Perfect weather

Reviewed on

This course was in great shape and the greens were fast and overall the course was in great shape. Some negatives, our round took 5 hours this should not happen at a premium course. There were no club and ball washers on the carts. everthing else was very good.


Pace of Play: Average

Course Layout: Excellent

Course Conditions: Excellent

Staff Friendliness: Good

Value for the Money: Good

Off-Course Amenities: Good

Course Difficulty:  Somewhat Challenging


I recommend this course


Commented on 06/18/2017

when I played last after my round my clubs were cleaned and wiped down after the round. there was no nee for a club washer on the cart.


"The bigger, bolder Myrtle Beach Strantz gem"


TimGavrich's avatar
Golf Advisor
Age:  25-34
Skill:  Advanced
Plays:  Few times a week
Handicap:  0-4

5 5.0 stars from 5 Played on 05/31/2017
Previously played Used cart Perfect weather

Reviewed on

When True Blue opened in 1998, it rounded out one of the best one-two punches (with its neighbor Caledonia Golf & Fish Club) for traveling golfers, especially those who appreciate the intersection between the strategic and the artistic. True Blue's sandy, sinewy Mike Strantz layout seemingly throws the kitchen sink at its challengers, but in reality the fairways are large and the greens tend to be surprisingly receptive and large. But bad misses tend to be punished harshly.


Pace of Play: Good

Course Layout: Excellent

Course Conditions: Excellent

Staff Friendliness: Excellent

Value for the Money: Good

Off-Course Amenities: Excellent

Course Difficulty:  Somewhat Challenging


I recommend this course


"What a treat."


Matthew3304221's avatar
Age:  35-44
Gender:  Male
Skill:  Intermediate
Plays:  Once a month
Handicap:  5-9

5 5.0 stars from 5 Played on 05/06/2017
First time playing Used cart Perfect weather

Reviewed on

Great layout and 10 beautiful holes that were framed by large yet fair waste areas. Course was in great shape tee to green. Greens were smooth and rolled true. Get a course map to aid in tee shots. we played white tees to accommodate all players in our group so hat to choose 3 woods or hybrids on a number of holes but plenty of room for driver on majority. From blues apparently difficult and plenty of room for driver. If I played again it would be from blue tees.

loved this course. just wish a little cheaper or we had used a service to get better rates then booking online ala carte.


Pace of Play: Good

Course Layout: Excellent

Course Conditions: Excellent

Staff Friendliness: Good

Value for the Money: Good

Off-Course Amenities: Good

Course Difficulty:  Somewhat Challenging


I recommend this course


"Good, but definitely not great"


u000005606623's avatar
Age:  25-34
Gender:  Male
Skill:  Intermediate
Plays:  Once a week

3 3.0 stars from 5 Played on 04/09/2017
First time playing

Reviewed on

Course was in OK shape. Some issues with fairway being inconsistent. Greens were generally good, but didn't have the roll you would expect from a $125+ course. We played on a replay from the sister course, Caledonia. Thank goodness it was only $59 to replay. Staff were great, very friendly. Course was wide open so no delays. Caledonia speaks for itself, but we also played TPC Myrtle Beach and Myrtle Beach Natiinal - Kings North. I would play both of those courses before True Blue.


Pace of Play: Excellent

Course Layout: Good

Course Conditions: Average

Staff Friendliness: Excellent

Value for the Money: Fair

Off-Course Amenities: Good


I recommend this course


"Good not Great"


eligiocanada's avatar
Age:  55-64
Skill:  Advanced
Plays:  Few times a week
Handicap:  5-9

4 4.0 stars from 5 Played on 04/06/2017
Previously played Used cart Wet weather

Reviewed on

Not quite up to the standard of its sister course, Caledonia, but a very good course nonetheless. Wide landing areas make it easy to get off the tee, but it does get quite challenging after that. It's always on our play list during our semi-annual spring trek to MB.


Pace of Play: Good

Course Layout: Good

Course Conditions: Good

Staff Friendliness: Good

Value for the Money: Good

Off-Course Amenities: Good

Course Difficulty:  Somewhat Challenging


I recommend this course


"A different type of Strantz"


willmy86's avatar
Age:  25-34
Skill:  Advanced
Plays:  Few times a week
Handicap:  0-4

4 4.0 stars from 5 Played on 03/15/2017
Previously played Used cart Perfect weather

Reviewed on

True Blue is a fun course to play. Pretty easy compared to his other courses. Fairways and greens are extremely forgiving. Course was in great shape.


Pace of Play: Good

Course Layout: Good

Course Conditions: Excellent

Staff Friendliness: Average

Value for the Money: Good

Off-Course Amenities: Good

Course Difficulty:  Fairly Easy


I recommend this course


"Mike Strantz the goat"


Isaaccoates97's avatar
Age:  Under 25
Skill:  Intermediate
Plays:  Few times a week

5 5.0 stars from 5 Played on 03/15/2017
Previously played

Reviewed on

First off it was below 30 Fahrenheit the morning I played, so nobody was on the course. I also took out a golf board, pretty chilly but that's not the point. This golf course is spectacular, it shows traces of what Mike Strantz was about to do at his later courses. It's a great design, takes a few rounds to be fully appreciated. The conditions were pretty good, firm and fast, that's how the course feels like it was meant to be. I truly think this course is underrated and is the second best course on the strand, (after it's sister). Also I'd like to add that I played both this and Caledonia in the same day, I had planned to walk over to caledonia after my first round but one of the employees insisted that it was too far and generously offered to drive me over. That is going above and beyond. Great service, great course, give it more credit.


Pace of Play: Excellent

Course Layout: Good

Course Conditions: Good

Staff Friendliness: Excellent

Value for the Money: Good

Off-Course Amenities: Excellent


I recommend this course


"Great venue"


ribeyeman's avatar
Top 250 Contributor
Age:  55-64
Gender:  Male
Skill:  Intermediate
Plays:  Few times a week
Handicap:  10-14

5 5.0 stars from 5 Played on 02/13/2017
First time playing Used cart Perfect weather

Reviewed on

Plays long and hard. Plenty of trouble to get into. Lots of water. lots of forced carries. Lots and lots of sand and waste bunkers. Don't plan on improving your handicap at this course. Lots of fun!


Pace of Play: Excellent

Course Layout: Excellent

Course Conditions: Excellent

Staff Friendliness: Excellent

Value for the Money: Excellent

Off-Course Amenities: Excellent

Course Difficulty:  Extremely Challenging


I recommend this course


"Amazing fun at True Blue"


Keith0709's avatar
Top 25 Contributor
Georgia Advisor
Skill:  Intermediate
Plays:  Few times a week
Handicap:  5-9

4 4.0 stars from 5 Played on 01/03/2017
First time playing

Reviewed on

What a great track in Pawleys Island. I had never even heard of the course until I was told that it was ranked in Matt Ginella's top 50 courses in the country. The course was definitely a treat to play and was very well kept.

The course was designed in 1998 and was very buetifuel. The course as well as practice facilities where very nice. The extensive waste bunkers and deep rough was a challenge but the overseeded fairways where good.

The food in the clubhouse was good and man was the clubhouse nice. The best part was the staff that was so nice and helpful. Overall I really enjoyed the course.


Pace of Play: Excellent

Course Layout: Excellent

Course Conditions: Good

Staff Friendliness: Excellent

Value for the Money: Excellent

Off-Course Amenities: Excellent


I recommend this course


Commented on 01/27/2017

True Blue has not overseeded in 2016-2017.


"Play the right tees"


BrandonWebb's avatar
Top 25 Contributor
Birmingham Advisor
Age:  35-44
Skill:  Advanced
Plays:  Few times a week

4 4.0 stars from 5 Played on 12/18/2016
First time playing

Reviewed on

Was eager to see how True Blue stacked up to its sister course, Caledonia. First of all, put your ego aside and play the correct tees. Just because you play the blues at home doesn't mean you should blindly play them away from home. I chose the white tees, which were the middle set, but played 6,300 yards. That is the first difference you will notice between the two Strantz courses - True Blue is much longer. It is also more open than Caledonia. waste areas dominate the landscape, but I never encountered any real trouble playing out of them. The collection of par 3s at True Blue are the course's strength, in my opinion. Best tip I can give after playing? Like most courses, be aware of the grain of the greens at all times. Down-grain putts were very slippery, leading to five 3-putts on the day?!?! The course is very scoreable, however, as long as you keep your tee shots in play. I think the par-4 17th is the most underrated hole on the course. The 18th gets a lot of pub, but you are hitting wedges or 9 irons into 18 in most cases. No. 17 was a solid 3-wood and 6 iron over the hazard to a back pin. Exhilarating shot! Staff was extremely friendly and helpful. Great 19th hole from the veranda of the clubhouse. Finally, I have played three Strantz courses, the two here and Tobacco Road. I must say True Blue was the least "Strantziest" course of the three. While there were tastes of the imagination of Strantz at TB, I found it much subtler than the other two.


Pace of Play: Good

Course Layout: Good

Course Conditions: Good

Staff Friendliness: Excellent

Value for the Money: Good

Off-Course Amenities: Good


I recommend this course


Commented on 01/23/2017

Brandon, if you have played TR, Cal, and TB but not Tot Hill Farm, you should really get out there to experience Mike Strantz at his most creative. Some people hate it, but those are the people who don't give it a second chance. The first time it will frustrate you, but once you know what to expect it really is a lot of fun.


"Absolute best in the Myrtle Beach are!!"


Ping58guy's avatar
Age:  55-64
Skill:  Advanced
Plays:  Once a week
Handicap:  0-4

5 5.0 stars from 5 Played on 10/27/2016
First time playing Used cart Played 18 holes Excellent weather

Reviewed on

Play the Barefoot courses and Calendonia along with True Blue. True Blue was head and shoulders above the rest! On a 1-10 rating; True Blue was a 9.25. We will be back to play here!


Pace of Play: Excellent

Course Layout: Excellent

Course Conditions: Excellent

Staff Friendliness: Excellent

Value for the Money: Excellent

Off-Course Amenities: Good

Course Difficulty:  Somewhat Challenging


I recommend this course


"Get a Golf Board!"


JoeBDA's avatar
Age:  35-44
Gender:  Male
Skill:  Advanced
Plays:  Once a week
Handicap:  5-9

5 5.0 stars from 5 Played on 05/14/2016
First time playing Used cart Good weather

Reviewed on

Course was good, but golf boards made it an amazing experience. Worth the extra $29.

I also loved the waste bunkers!

Would play again any day


Pace of Play: Average

Course Layout: Good

Course Conditions: Good

Staff Friendliness: Good

Value for the Money: Good

Off-Course Amenities: Good

Course Difficulty:  Moderate


I recommend this course


"Good Course Not Excellent"


sgans's avatar
Age:  25-34
Gender:  Female
Skill:  Intermediate
Plays:  Once a week
Handicap:  10-14

4 4.0 stars from 5 Played on 05/12/2016
First time playing Used cart Played 18 holes Excellent weather

Reviewed on

I enjoyed my round there, this was my first time playing in MB. I had extremely high expectations probably to high. Course is great condition with very forgiving tee shots we played from the Blue. Nice views and some nice approach shots with water in play. The greens looked nice but were rather slow and inconsistent. I think its a 100 dollar course not a $150+ track. I played the Witch the next day and paid 70 bucks which i almost liked even more then True Blue. Next time I would save the 150 and play another course at the 100 dollar level.


Pace of Play: Good

Course Layout: Good

Course Conditions: Good

Staff Friendliness: Good

Value for the Money: Poor

Off-Course Amenities: Good

Course Difficulty:  Somewhat Challenging


I don't recommend this course



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