Caledonia Golf Vacations - Exclusive Golf Packages at two of America’s Top 100 Public Courses
Caledonia Golf Vacations is the premiere option for incredible Myrtle Beach golf vacations. Our PGA professionals and staff offer visiting golfers a combined 60-plus years’ experience in both the golf course and golf vacation industry. They know the who, what, where, when and why of every golf course operation along the Grand Strand. Caledonia Golf Vacations is located at the award-winning True Blue Resort in Pawleys Island, South Carolina along the Hammock Coast.
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Caledonia Golf Vacations offers exclusive access to and preferred rates at Caledonia Golf & Fish Club and True Blue Golf Club, both for singular rounds and for multi-night, multi-round packages. We also broker preferred pricing at more than 70 other area golf courses.
Check out our newest accommodations and golf vacation partner, The Inlet Sports Lodge in Murrells Inlet, SC. Just minutes away, The Inlet Sports Lodge is a luxury suites hotel located right in the center of Murrells Inlet, popularly known as “The Seafood Capital of the South Carolina.”
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A key point of every course architect’s work is in the designer’s choice of green sites, and Mike Strantz has produced some of the wildest sites the golf world has ever seen. At Caledonia Golf & Fish Club you see a lot of narrow greens with different sections to them. These greens are meant to make you really think about your approach shot into them. The 12th green at Caledonia is no different.
In this video tip, Mike Rugg from the Steve Dresser Golf Academy located at True Blue Golf Club and Caledonia Golf & Fish Club in Pawleys Island, S.C. explains why it is so important to have a proper takeaway, and how to achieve it.
Mike Strantz is known for making some holes that are “easy” for most golfers. The short 9th at Caledonia is the first hole that jumps to mind. However, Strantz also makes some holes that are absolute brutes, including the 12th at True Blue, nicknamed the “shed hole.”