Caledonia Golf & Fish Club
Welcome to the home of one of the Hammock Coast and Myrtle Beach Area’s most highly awarded, rated and ranked courses. Listed in most major publications annually including Golf, Golf Digest and Golfweek Magazines since opening in 1994 and built on the former site of a working southern rice plantation, Caledonia has been recognized for its design and incredible beauty.
Caledonia Golf Course Reviews
From its entrance lined with centuries-old live oaks to its antebellum-styled clubhouse, a round at Caledonia is a world-class experience. Presiding over the course, the Old South-style clubhouse houses an acclaimed pro shop and restaurant where golfers and-non-golfers alike enjoy taking in a meal and the tremendous scenery.
The 6,526-yard, par-70 course has been described as having “18 signature holes,” with holes routed around majestic oaks and meandering streams. The picturesque 18th hole borders the Plantation’s old rice field, and requires a precise tee shot that sets up a difficult second shot: a forced carry onto a green at the foot of the clubhouse, where onlookers may be sitting in rocking chairs, betting on shots’ results.
Recent News & Updates
The Traveling Golfer host Tony Leodora heads down the Waccamaw Golf Trail in the southern part of the Myrtle Beach, SC area.
The two best words to describe No. 5 at Caledonia are “straight” and “narrow.” The par-4 No. 5 at Caledonia is one of the most difficult golf holes you’ll encounter during your round at Caledonia Golf & Fish Club. Measuring just 417 yards from the longest tee, length is the least of a golfer’s worry on this hole.
Paige asked Steve Dresser of the Steve Dresser Golf Academy at True Blue Golf Club in Pawleys Island, S.C. to help her avoid getting too steep in her swing. Here’s a simple exercise that Steve showed her.