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, Caledonia Golf Fish Club has been recognized for its design and incredible beauty.
Caledonia Golf Course Reviews
From its entrance lined with centuries-old live oaks, its amazing azalea bushes and flower beds, a visit to Caledonia is an exciting visual experience. The clubhouse overlooks the marshes and waterways of the Hammock Coast Lowcountry and houses an award winning pro shop and restaurant where golfers and-non-golfers alike enjoy taking in a meal and the tremendous scenery. All are Welcome!
The 6,526-yard, par-70 course has been described as having “18 signature holes,” with the golf course routed around majestic oaks and meandering streams. The picturesque 18th hole borders the marshes and a large lake. This iconic Par 4 requires a precise tee shot and a challenging second shot: a carry over water onto a green at the foot of the clubhouse, where onlookers may be sitting in rocking chairs, betting on shots’ results.
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Dale Dunlop is “The Maritime Explorer,” and he’s traveled the world and written about it from his home base in St. Margarets Bay, Nova Scotia for more than three decades. South Carolina and its Lowcountry have been among Dale’s countless global visits, which have included golfing excursions to each of Mike Strantz’s masterpiece designs at Caledonia and True Blue. Dale’s love for Strantz’s work prompted him to offer his own hole-by-hole insights he gleaned from his experience at Caledonia. Here, in the first of three parts, is Dale’s take on the first third of his Caledonia journey.
Picturesque. That’s the easiest way to describe Hole Number 18 at Caledonia Golf & Fish Club, as the ultimate show of Mike Strantz’s brilliance. The clubhouse overlooking the green, the tidal water feeding from the river, and the beautiful surrounds make this hole one of most photographed holes in all of Grand Strand golf.
A key feature to many of Mike Strantz’s designs is the way he works his designs’ land movement within their natural surroundings. When you play at True Blue Golf Club you will notice the sloping fairways, the expansive waste areas, and the tall trees that frame a lot of fairways. The par-three 17th at Caledonia Golf & Fish Club also embodies this Strantz design trait.