True Blue Golf Resort Overview Nestled among centuries-old live oaks in tranquil Pawleys Island, True Blue Resort offers pristine accommodations on one of the premier golf courses along the Grand Strand. Golf groups return year after year to challenge the top-notch True Blue course, as well as its sister course, Caledonia. Families love the relaxing and undisturbed beaches of Pawleys Island that are sure to melt your stresses away the moment your feet touch the sand.
Offering two and three bedroom condos, the units of True Blue Resort provide clean and modern accommodations with all the conveniences of home. Fully-equipped kitchens, washer/dryer combinations and multiple TVs with cable are standard. Many units have complimentary WiFi, and all units have private balconies with picturesque views of the surrounding golf course. Property amenities are numerous and include multiple outdoor pools, Jacuzzis, tennis courts and a restaurant. For a completely relaxing getaway, plan your next stay with us at our lovely True Blue Resort villas!
Amenities & Activities
In addition to a golf course, True Blue Golf Resort provides tennis courts, an outdoor pool, and a spa tub. True Blue also offers a bar/lounge, barbecue grills, and a picnic area. The property has a front desk available during limited hours. Onsite parking is complimentary.
- Free Parking
- Laundry Facilities
- Outdoor Grilling
- Tennis Court
True Blue Golf Resort Villas
True Blue Resort offers two and three bedroom villas that are modernly decorated and spacious enough to accommodate various group sizes. All units have fully-equipped kitchens, washer/dryer combinations, multiple TVs with cable and private balconies with serene golf course views. Various bedding arrangements are available to ensure your group or family is comfortably accommodated. Select units offer complimentary WiFi.
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