Caledonia News & Blog Updates
The Barstool Classic, featuring 26 events played from South Carolina to California, is golf’s most popular tournament series, and the 2024 schedule will tee off at Caledonia Golf & Fish Club.
This award was established to recognize an NGCOA member who left an enduring mark on a national or international affiliate through the highest level of commitment, service, and leadership.
For traveling golfers, one of the highlights of the New Year is Golfweek’s ranking of the “Top 200 resort courses in the U.S.,” and as players peruse this year’s list, it won’t take long to find Caledonia Golf & Fish Club and True Blue Golf Club.
Five things you need to know about Caledonia, including the King of Scotland’s role in the course’s opening
At the beginning of 1994, Ernie Els was an unknown South African still in search of a win on American soil, Annika Sorenstam was without a professional victory, and Mike Strantz was an anonymous figure on the golf course architecture scene.
A Mike Strantz design never lacks for great photo ops – and this past year was certainly no exception! Our content team captured a wide variety of images throughout a great 2023 campaign, and we wanted to share our top selections that capture the essence of what makes Caledonia such a special place.
Waccamaw Golf Trail, a collection of 12 award-winning courses, has rebranded as the Hammock Coast Golf Trail, taking advantage of the surging popularity of the surrounding community and its branding efforts.
Paced by the tournament’s top two individual finishers, the UNC-Wilmington women’s golf team (+10 for the tournament) held off a strong challenge from Lipscomb to earn a one-stroke victory at the 2023 Golfweek Fall Challenge at Caledonia Golf & Fish Club.
The guys from The Golf Podcast presented by Golficity, Mike Fasano and Frank Fasano, made their recent, first-ever Myrtle Beach golf trip an epic experience: six rounds in four days, based on course recommendations made by Grand Strand golf experts who helped tailor selections to their game and interests.
It’s the most intimidating shot on one of Mike Strantz’s toughest Lowcountry holes: the approach at the par-4 16th at Caledonia Golf & Fish Club. Charlie Rymer is here to show you how to conquer it!
Mike Rugg from the Steve Dresser Golf Academy at True Blue Golf Club talks about the most common question they get at the school: “How do I hit it farther?” In this golf tip, he shows a few different things you can do to smash that golf ball off the tee!
Thirty-two collegiate golf teams from across the nation are gearing up to play Caledonia Golf & Fish Club and True Blue Golf Club, two of America’s top 100 resort courses, as part of the Golfweek Challenge.
It is hard to believe it has been 18 years since the death of golf course architect Mike Strantz, who died at age 50 after a battle with cancer. He is fondly remembered even though, in today’s “What Have You Done for Me Lately” society, short memories are the norm.
Check out this recent video that @thatgrindgolf on YouTube shot at Caledonia Golf & Fish Club!
With the par-5 8th hole at Caledonia as the setting, Charlie Rymer’s here to show us how laying up isn’t just the “easy way out.” In this case, as he demonstrates the options, the layup shot can put you in the best position for carding a red number.
When your golf trip has been booked, attention turns to the good times that lie ahead, and that’s doubly the case when your vacation takes you to Caledonia Golf & Fish Club and True Blue Golf Club.
Golf course rankings are inherently subjective but no matter who publishes the list, a clear consensus has emerged around Caledonia Golf & Fish Club – the Mike Strantz design is one of America’s top 100 public layouts.
Golfweek Magazine has unveiled its always anticipated list of “The Best Courses You Can Play 2023,” a ranking of the top public layouts in every state, and the venerable publication included Caledonia Golf & Fish Club and True Blue Golf Club among South Carolina’s top 5.
In Season 2, Episode 10 of “The Charlie Rymer Golf Show” on ESPN2, “The Big Timer” highlighted six holes at Caledonia Golf & Fish Club by not only showcasing their majestic beauty, but offering playing tips along the way.