Caledonia Golf & Fish Club
369 Caledonia Dr
Pawleys Island, SC 29585, United States

Built upon the site of a working southern rice plantation, Caledonia has been ranked in Golf Magazine's "Top 100 You Can Play" and named one of "America's 100 Greatest Public Courses" by Golf Digest. The course entrance is lined with centuries old live oaks, leading to an antebellum-styled clubhouse, although the course dates to January of 1994 and a design by the late Mike Strantz.

The club's toll-free telephone is 800.483.6800, while their mailing address is:
PO Box 1320
Pawleys Island SC 29585-1320
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Guest Policy:open
Season Start:Year-round, weather permitting
Driving Range:none
Short Game Practice:yes

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Recent Scores

Date Golfer Score
2/23/24 Steven Stengel 78
1/16/24 Mitchell Jordan 93
1/13/24 tykantor 98
12/21/23 John Daniel 95
11/20/23 RON BURDEWICK 109
11/14/23 Gregg Paulus 85
10/24/23 Richard Cambron 90
10/23/23 Gregory Cambron 92
10/23/23 Jeff Goodrich 89
10/10/23 James Patch 91
10/4/23 Steve McCandlish 88
9/27/23 jeff.bankert 94
9/25/23 81

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Recent Reviews - 7/20/17
To golfers in Myrtle Beach and those who travel from many miles away, Caledonia Golf and Fish Club is Myrtle Beach golf. Since opening to the public in January 1994, Caledonia has rapidly gained and maintained a reputation as one of the premier resort courses in America. In 2016, Golf Magazine ranked Caledonia as one of the “Top 100 Courses You Can Play” and Golf Week placed it on its list of “Top 100 Resort Courses in America” for 2016 and 2017.

A quick look at the scorecard tells you that at 6,526 yards from the back tees, this Mike Strantz masterpiece is not likely to overwhelm the long hitter. But consider that it’s a par 70 course and the rating/slope from the tips is 71.8/138, and you quickly learn this course is no pushover. In fact, the White Tees at 5,710 yards (67.6/127) will show most golfers a challenge and a good time.

Ask any newcomer to the course which hole was their favorite, and the majority will choose Number 18. It’s a 377-yard par 4 that requires something less than driver off the tee. The goal here is to avoid the water and leave yourself a second shot, over water into an oddly angled green that has two tiers. The top tier tends to funnel back towards the water. Bunkers surround the green and to top things off, you may have a gallery watching your approach and putt from the balcony directly behind the green. It’s fun and intimidating at the same time!

I asked several members and Assistant Professional Mike Foley the same question and, interesting enough, all agreed that the risk/reward par 5, Number 8 was their favorite. At 512 yards from the Blue Tees, a well-struck drive off the tee over the left fairway bunker on the right leaves you with a decision. The rest of the hole plays downhill and a good drive will leave around 225 yards to the green. Again, it’s downhill, which makes it play shorter, however there is a pond in front of the green that you must carry. Something else to consider is pin location. If it’s front, it is slightly above water level. If it’s a back pin, the upper level of the green sits about four feet higher. It’s the ultimate risk/reward hole on the course.

My favorite was Number 10, a 531-yard par 5 that I almost reached in two. Fairway bunkers on either side create a narrow landing area for your drive and the waste bunker dotted with grass islands that make up the right side of the fairway is an imposing obstacle to overcome on your layup. The double-tiered green demands a good long look if you want to score well here – unfortunately I did not!

Even the short par 3, 9th hole (110 yards/Blue Tees) requires a certain amount of distance control and accuracy. Although it’s short, it’s all carry over sand, and with the green being very shallow, the two back bunkers see a lot of play. Number 7 is a short but interesting hole. It plays 346 yards from the Blue Tees and, with a right-side pin placement, 9 out of 10 players will have to play their approach shot over or under a massive moss-draped oak tree. Find the fairway bunker on the left off the tee and big numbers await.

After your round, do what many locals and other golfers do and visit the restaurant in the Old South-style clubhouse. They have a tremendous menu and, of course, your favorite post-golf libations. Now it’s your turn to sit in a porch rocker and offer encouragement on fellow golfers’ approach to the 18th green.

No round at Caledonia is complete without a souvenir of the day’s events and the pro shop can hook you up with a hat, shirt or towel from your favorite designer, complete with the Caledonia logo.
  MichaelLee610 - 10/20/14
Great course. Enjoy the 18th with a gallery on the veranda. Then grab a beverage of your choice and join the gallery and watch those behind you navigate a great finishing hole.
  Rob1899 - 8/29/14
Absolutely stunning track. The greens were lightning fast, the rough was manageable and the bunkers were in great shape. Definitely worth whatever you pay to play.
  GWeiss98 - 8/3/14
Unless you're a member at Augusta National, this may be the best course you get to play. Caledonia is perfectly manicured everywhere. The design is difficult in places, forgiving in others, and enjoyable all the way around. Lots of scenic views and beautiful landscaping provide a memorable experience. If you can play here for less than $150 (we played for less than $100), you're crazy if you don't take advantage of the opportunity to play a true gem.
  Ccie2711 - 4/14/14
Still one of my favorites in MB based on a beautiful layout and fun course. I am afraid they are getting a little too full of themselves though. We paid $200 to play there this past weekend and it is not worth that. The course was in decent shape but not what you would expect for the price. I am sure I will play it again but not at that rate. Most I would pay is $120.
  ParPlease - 12/1/13
The experience was great! Naturally being the off season, the course wasn't as green as it likely is in the spring, summer and early fall month. But don't be detoured, the course was still great. Even despite a lot of rain the previous week before our trip. Staff and restaurant was nice. 18th green is right in front of porch and we had people in the rocking chairs complementing the good putts and shots in we had. Only unfortunate thing is that they don't have a driving practice range. They said that they utilize True Blue's range and I could drive over there if I wanted.... Not really that appealing.
  Mrduke1 - 8/7/13
My favorite course, and look forward to playing it every year.
  Mike Roy II - 7/30/13
Great Course. Beautiful scenery. Always in great shape.
  Shootn4par - 7/23/13
This is a course that I will play every time I plan a trip to Myrtle Beach.
  BHOWIE - 7/3/13
This was my favorite course out of the ten we got to play. Everything was in great condition. This course is one I would want to play on every visit.
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