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The late, great Mike Strantz decided at Caledonia Golf & Fish Club to design a first hole that lets players ease into their rounds. Caledonia Head Golf Professional Marc Guertin calls the hole a “nice, easy start.” Still, the course was designed by Strantz, so there are a few challenges you’ll need to look out for when you come to play with Caledonia Golf Vacations.
In this video tip, Stuart Clark of the Steve Dresser Golf Academy at True Blue Golf Club in Pawleys Island, S.C. shows us how a do-it-yourself training aid can easily help you establish proper positioning of your lead wrist in the golf swing.
Caledonia Golf & Fish Club has all the makings of a championship-caliber course, including notable holes like No. 14, a somewhat lengthy par 4 that challenges players to hit it out parallel to a water hazard to the left to gain a better angle into the green. As with many holes at Caledonia, oaks and flowers set a picturesque backdrop for this truly fantastic hole, one that is sure to make a lasting impression during your upcoming golf vacation with Caledonia Golf Vacations. Here is the most strategic way to make par on No. 14:
A supremely designed par 5 is one that challenges players in many different ways while still allowing them to conquer the hole if they commit to a well-designed plan, and execute each shot required of them. There is perhaps no other par 5 anywhere on the Grand Strand that embodies this ideal more than No. 9 at True Blue Golf Club, a hole sure to make a lasting impression on your upcoming golf getaway with Caledonia Golf Vacations.
Designed by the late, great Mike Strantz, Caledonia’s Lowcountry setting is captivating, along with its exciting layout, which offers a unique collaboration of design features, with large, undulating greens, creative bunkering and, most notably, many of the Lowcountry’s native elements such as marshy areas, towering live oaks and flowers in full bloom.