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One of the best parts of golf is being able to compete with your friends and still enjoy some great golf courses. One way you can do that is by playing in the PlayGolfMyrtleBeach.com World Amateur Handicap Championship every year. With Caledonia Golf & Fish Club and True Blue Golf Club proudly hosting World Am rounds once more in the recently completed 2018 event, allow us to fill you in if you’re not familiar with the World Am, so you can make your plans to join the fun in 2019!
As summer here in Myrtle Beach is drawing to a close, area courses are prepping for the peak fall season. In an effort to draw more and more golfers to the area, many courses are promoting fall golf packages that offer an unbeatable combination of great golf at a great price.
As True Blue Golf Club carries its great summertime course conditions into the popular fall season, it’s also putting the wraps on a number of enhancements to the overall experience on the property that visitors will especially appreciate.
Mike Strantz opened True Blue Golf Club as Caledonia’s neighbor offering a completely different look. Then and now, True Blue boasts wide fairways, huge greens, hardly any rough, and waste bunkers you can drive in. Another True Blue hallmark is its collection of some of the most aesthetically pleasing par three holes you’ll find anywhere, including the 158-yard 14th Hole.
PHILADELPHIA, Pa. – (August 1, 2018) – It never gets old, talking about all of the great golf in Myrtle Beach. That’s why it is known as GolfTown, USA. But certain areas of Myrtle Beach’s Grand Strand have their own special culture. Murrells Inlet is one.
Couple nationally renowned golf courses like True Blue and Caledonia, with the area’s finest boutique hotel – the Inlet Sports Lodge – and put it all in the Seafood Capital of South Carolina – Murrells Inlet – and the area becomes a must stop. An inside look at this fun and golf hotspot at the southern end of Myrtle Beach’s Grand Strand is the subject of the August episode of the Traveling Golfer.
The 13th Hole at Caledonia is a 90-degree dogleg left that winds around a massive live oak tree to a green surrounded by bunkers. But due to its placement among an incredible run of five par 4s that make up the bulk of Caledonia’s defense on the back nine, the 13th is often overlooked.
Despite being the nation’s premier, year-round golf destination, Myrtle Beach holds a few extra perks – particularly in the ever-popular summer months. The ideal place to spend this stretch from June to August is just a short drive south from downtown Myrtle Beach at two of the nation’s most awarded golf courses, True Blue Golf Club and Caledonia Golf & Fish Club.
Where do you go to experience the Pawleys Island nighttime scene? Here are our three consensus picks that have each built their own cult following – both from among visiting golfers, and from local residents who’ve made them a regular part of their social scene.
Love is in the air at Caledonia Golf & Fish Club, and we aren’t talking about the love for golf!
There is nothing like a spring golf trip to Caledonia and True Blue.
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