Caledonia Golf Club

This Mike Strantz designed golf course meanders through the property, but the remnants of the rice plantation and the fish and hunt club aren’t hard to find. The Fishhead shed was part of the original plantation house, the clubhouse is vintage Antebellum, and an old boat dock sits in the shadows of the property’s 150-year-old oak trees, waiting to take the course’s owners out on the Intracoastal Waterway for an afternoon of fishing.


Built upon the site of an authentic colonial rice plantation, Caledonia Golf & Fish Club has captured world-wide recognition for its breathtaking aesthetic beauty as well as its exceptional design. Careful to preserve the natural surrounding, including hundreds of centuries old live oaks. The original plantation was named by its founder, Dr. Robert Nesbit, a Scottish immigrant who named it Caledonia, the ancient Roman name for Scotland.


Perhaps the most striking aesthetic feature of the plantation is the impressive avenue of live oaks leading to the clubhouse steps. These century-old trees, laden with Spanish moss, mark the site of the old King’s Highway as it made its way along the coast in the 1700′s.

2200 Kings River Rd
Pawleys Island, SC 29585