2021 a Banner Year for Caledonia Golf & Fish Club and True Blue Golf Club

Caledonia Golf and Fish Club Hole 18

It’s been a big year for two of the Lowcountry’s flagship designs – and Caledonia Golf & Fish Club and True Blue Golf Club are ready to share their award-winning experience with you for your Spring 2022 golf getaway!

Caledonia maintained its status as among “America’s 100 Greatest Public Courses” for 2021-2022 as named by Golf Digest, which also honored Caledonia and True Blue as among “The Best Golf Courses in South Carolina.” Mike Strantz’s critically acclaimed design at Caledonia ranks 85th in the nation by Golf Digest, and was the first solo design in the short, brilliant career of “The Maverick.”

Caledonia is in elite company in Golf Digest’s national ranking, joining Pebble Beach Golf Links, Pacific Dunes and the 2021 Ryder Cup host at Whistling Straits among the publication’s 2021-2022 nationwide honorees.

Caledonia Golf Club
Hole #11

True Blue joins Caledonia in holding prominent positioning in Golf Digest’s “Best in State” list for 2021-2022, with Caledonia coming in at No. 22 and True Blue at No. 30. They’re part of a prestigious South Carolina list that highlights both private and public venues, including the three PGA TOUR 2021 event hosts among the top five at The Ocean Course at Kiawah, Congaree Golf Club and Harbour Town Golf Links. Strantz’s Grand Strand’s designs join The Ocean Course, Harbour Town, May River Golf Club and Osprey Point Golf Course as six of only nine South Carolina public access venues included among the state’s top 35 designs.

True Blue Golf Club
Hole #3

As has been a consistent theme for several years running now, Golf Digest is not the only national golf media outlet to pay tribute in 2021 to Strantz’s Lowcountry masterpieces. Caledonia also appears in Golfweek’s 2021 list for “Best You Can Play in the U.S.” as the 65th-ranked course in the nation, on the heels of both Caledonia and True Blue gaining entry to the publication’s 2020 list for “Top 100 Courses You Can Play in the U.S. – with Caledonia at No. 62 in the country and True Blue at No. 95.

True Blue and Caledonia join three additional South Carolina venues in Golfweek’s nationwide ranking, highlighted by the 2021 PGA Championship host at The Ocean Course at Kiawah Island, Sea Pines Resort at Harbour Town Golf Links and May River at Montage Palmetto Bluff.

One visit to each of these venerable layouts is all you’ll need to see why the accolades keep pouring in, year after year. Caledonia accentuates soaring live oak trees draped in Spanish moss, and Strantz’s artistry is on full display at Caledonia’s renowned 18th hole, one of the Grand Strand’s most recognizable finishing holes that requires a carry across water to a green that rests in the shadow of antebellum-style clubhouse. Strantz’s architectural genius extends to Caledonia’s sister course at True Blue, a modern design featuring huge fairways framed by waste bunkers and some of Myrtle Beach’s largest greens.

Caledonia Golf Vacations is the Lowcountry’s leader in providing exceptional stay-and-play experiences for visiting golfers who make True Blue Golf Club and Caledonia Golf & Fish Club the centerpiece elements of their trip. Their friendly, expert golf directors are ready to help you plan: visit CaledoniaGolfVacations.com to get started today!



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