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|True Blue golf course in Myrtle Beach is no longer the brutal ball buster it once was, reader says. (GolfPublisher.com)|
Just got back from my 14th consecutive October visit to golf Myrtle Beach. I played True Blue golf course before the changes were made to make it more golfer friendly and it was indeed too tough for the mid- to high-handicapper. Since the changes were made it is indeed a much more player-friendly experience. My last visit to True Blue was in Oct/2006 and our group did play Caledonia in Oct/2007. The ultimate 36 hole golf day would be playing both True Blue and Caledonia as the conditions are always top notch.
November 27, 2007
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