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Caledonia Golf and Fish Club
Set on a historic colonial rice plantation amid century old pines, massive live oak trees adorned with Spanish moss and river marsh, Caledonia is one of the most beautiful courses in Myrtle Beach. The oak-lined drive and antebellum-style clubhouse are just a taste of what is in store for you on this visually stunning course. Lavished with indigenous flowers and plants, meandering streams and imposing lakes, this course is imaginative, challenging and unique with huge greens and vast expanses of sand. The four sets of carefully designed tees afford you the opportunity to score well as long as you can hit the ball straight and the par 3's are so diverse that you will use anything from a pitching wedge to a 3-wood to navigate them. With an exceptional design, scenery, service and ambiance, this incredibly manicured course will provide a truly unique experience. Don't let looks deceive you though; it is as hard to play as it is pretty to look at.
Named one of "America's 100 Greatest Public Courses" by Golf Digest, this par 70 plays 6526 yards from the Pintail tees, Caledonia has a course rating of 72.1 with Tifdwarf Bermuda greens and sloped at 140. Don't miss your chance to play this extraordinary course.
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