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
Golf writer and frequent Myrtle Beach visitor David Theoret offers perspective on why this year’s spring golf season shapes up better than ever.
And the sooner you get here to experience it, the better, as he explains in his column.Read More
Our good friend from Philly could really use a break from Old Man Winter. A spring golf trip sounds like a great idea. So he has a simple question for anyone thinking about it:
Why wait?Read More
Nextgengolf has been hosting the Spring Break Open in Myrtle Beach over the last four years and has coined the Grand Strand as the “Official Spring Break Golf Destination.” Here are their four reasons why you should choose Myrtle Beach for your spring golf trip.Read More
If you’re mulling options on what courses to include in your spring 2019 golf getaway, it never hurts to start with a sampling of Myrtle Beach’s very best designs. The Grand Slam Package from Caledonia Golf Vacations offers the option of sampling two of the most requested layouts on each end of the Grand Strand.Read More
More than 144,000 golf course reviewers have weighed in during the past year, and Caledonia Golf & Fish Club and TPC Myrtle Beach have been included in Golf Advisor’s “Best of 2018: Top 50 Golf Courses in the U.S.” rankings.Read More
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