Caledonia Golf and Fish Club
Myrtle Beach, USA
Caledonia Golf and Fish Club overview
Caledonia Golf & Fish Club is situated in Pawley’s Island, SC. A Mike Strantz designed 18-hole golf course meanders through the natural low-country landscape and provides stunning views of the surrounding area. Practice facilities are extensive and include a full driving range, putting green, and short game area.
Connected to the gorgeous clubhouse is ‘Caledonia’s Grillroom,’ the perfect spot to grab drinks and a bite to eat while reminiscing about your round of golf. This restaurant provides a relaxed environment and has a diverse menu ranging from local seafood to burgers.
Caledonia Golf & Fish Club Course overview
Designed in 1994 by famous golf architect Mike Strantz, the Caledonia Golf Course quickly emerged as one of the most prestigious properties in the area. Measuring just over 6500 yards from the back tees with four sets of tees available, this layout is beautiful yet demanding.
Players of all skill levels enjoy the perfect course conditions and wide, rolling fairways. Creative water hazards and clever bunkers provide protection to this shorter design while quick greens will challenge even the most seasoned player. Weaving in and out of the natural low-country landscape, golfers will thoroughly enjoy the views and scenery.
The signature hole at Caledonia is the par-4 18th. Playing 383 yards from the tips, this gorgeous hole bends from left to right and features a large fairway. The approach shot needs to be played over water onto a green that is protected by four, big bunkers. The clubhouse frames the picturesque background and helps provide a great closing hole.
Did You Know?
The Caledonia Golf Course was built on top of an authentic colonial rice plantation.