Caledonia Golf & Fish Club and True Blue Golf Club, two of golf-rich South Carolina’s top 5 public courses, are offering holiday specials that will delight players and benefit Project Golf, a Myrtle Beach-based nonprofit dedicated to the growing the game.
From December 15 – 24, golfers can enjoy 18 holes at Caledonia for just $79 and True Blue for $69, with $10 from each round donated to Project Golf, an organization that improves accessibility to the game for veterans, at-risk youth and beginning players.
The special price includes the $10 donation and covers all taxes and range balls.
Golfers can book online at CaledoniaGolfandFishClub.com, TrueBlueGolf.com or by calling 1-888-483-6800.
The prices are the lowest of the year at the acclaimed Mike Strantz designs, both of which are ranked among America’s Top 100 Resort Courses, according to Golfweek magazine. Caledonia combines the architectural genius of Strantz with the area’s stunning Lowcountry beauty to create a bucket list experience for players from across the globe.
Equal parts art and architecture, a round at Caledonia is highlighted by the par 4 18th hole, which is widely regarded as one of the game’s most dramatic finishers. Requiring an approach shot over water to a green that resides in the shadow of the course’s stately clubhouse, the hole is one players talk about long after they’ve returned home.
True Blue offers a contrasting but equally enjoyable challenge. Featuring some of the area’s widest fairways, sprawling waste bunkers and massive greens, True Blue is as creative as any layout along the South Carolina coast, enhancing the good times on a design ranked No. 85 on Golfweek’s list of the nation’s premier resort courses.