Caledonia News & Blog Updates

Check Out the Finn Scooter Experience at Caledonia

Caledonia Golf & Fish Club is one of the most scenic properties across the Grand Strand. The live oaks, expansive waste area, and natural wild life make this an unforgettable golf experience. Now you have a unique, fun way to explore this incredible property while you play with one of our Finn Scooters! This one-seater bike is fantastic way to make your way around our classic Lowcountry design.

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Caledonia, True Blue Make “Golfweek’s Top 200 Resort Courses in U.S.” for 2022

Each year, Golfweek posts its “Top 200 Resort Courses in the U.S.” list – with the Grand Strand being home to a handful of this ranking of the nation’s elite public access golf courses. To the surprise of no one and the joy of many when the latest list was released at the beginning of this year, Golfweek once more included Caledonia Golf & Fish Club and True Blue Golf Club among its honorees.

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Video Tip: The Importance of Setup

In this video, Mike Rugg of the Steve Dresser Golf Academy at True Blue Golf Club and Caledonia Golf & Fish Club in Pawleys Island, S.C. walks us through the paces of a proper setup both with your irons, and your driver. It may seem boring at first, but it’s a critical element to the rest of your game!

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Video Tip: How to Handle Nerves on Your Pitch Shots

Picture this: you have to hit a pitch shot off a tight lie, and you’re clearly nervous. Steve Dresser from the Steve Dresser Golf Academy at True Blue Golf Club in Pawleys Island, S.C. has a drill that might make you feel uncomfortable at first, but will really help fix your chipping woes!

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Caledonia Among Golf Digest America’s 100 Greatest Public Courses for 2021-2022

Everyone wants to play the best golf courses in the country. You and your group scour the internet for the best places to play, you book that tee time, and you immediately feel that rush of excitement. So imagine your feeling of anticipation when you’ve included Caledonia Golf & Fish Club in your itinerary, then see that Golf Digest has released its latest list of America’s 100 Greatest Public Courses – and see that Caledonia has been included!

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Visiting Golfers Offer Glowing Facebook Reviews of Caledonia

With the summer season in the rearview mirror and the fall season upon us here at Caledonia Golf & Fish Club, we’re getting some great feedback on our efforts to deliver a one-of-a-kind golfing experience for all our visitors. Recent Facebook reviewers are liking what they see. Here are some of our favorites!

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The Top Summer Instagram Posts from Caledonia

Summer has come to a close here at Caledonia Golf & Fish Club, and what a summer it was! The weather, golf course, food and good times have made this one we will not soon forget. Thanks to the consistent efforts of our social media team, we’re able to show off an impressive collection of our favorite Instagram shots from the past few months. We hope you enjoy!

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The Maritime Explorer’s Take on Caledonia’s Holes 13-18

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. Here, in the third of three parts, is Dale’s take on holes 13-18 of his Caledonia journey.

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The Maritime Explorer’s Take on Caledonia’s Holes 7-12

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. Here, in the second of three parts, is Dale’s take on holes 7-12 of his Caledonia journey.

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The Maritime Explorer’s Take on Caledonia’s First Six Holes

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.

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Strantz Spotlight: #18 at Caledonia Golf & Fish Club

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.

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Strantz Spotlight: #17 at Caledonia Golf & Fish Club

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.

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Strantz Spotlight: #16 at Caledonia Golf & Fish Club

Caledonia Golf & Fish Club has a great mix of holes that offer chances to play either aggressively or with your thinking cap screwed on tight. In the former case, the par-5 10th hole is one example where you can attack it and walk away with a birdie or better. In contrast, the par-4 16th at Caledonia is one where you want to take your par, be very happy with it and move on to the next hole.

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