An ongoing debate exists among golfers about the greatest course in the Myrtle Beach area. While many courses have their claims to fame and standout qualities, if you could only play one course on your trip, it would have to be Caledonia. From the half-mile tunnel of oaks lining the entryway to the spectacular finishing holes, it’s obvious why Mike Strantz’s first solo design continues to inspire awe in all who play here.
2200 Kings River Rd., Pawleys Island, SC, 29585
The first full week of January brought sunny skies, outstanding golf weather and a slew of Myrtle Beach golf courses showing off some eye-popping conditions. Check them out in this week’s compilation of the Grand Strand golf scene’s top Instagram posts.Read More
The Short Par 4 Fall Classic concluded its sixth consecutive sellout event with Thursday’s final round, with participants from around the nation taking part in a four-day competition that offered particular appeal to visitors whose home golf seasons have already ended.Read More
The Short Par 4 Fall Classic kicked off its sixth consecutive sellout event Monday, with participants from around the nation taking part in a four-day competition that offers particular appeal to visitors whose home golf seasons have already ended.Read More
Golf Magazine has unveiled its ranking of the “Top 100 Resorts In North America,” and two of Myrtle Beach’s most popular properties – Barefoot Resort and Caledonia/True Blue – earned a spot on the prestigious list.Read More
Thirty NCAA Division I college golf teams began play today in both the men’s and women’s championships of the 2019 Golfweek Program Challenge at Caledonia Golf & Fish Club and True Blue Golf Club.Read More
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