My favorite golf course in Canada

Cabot Links Hole 14 - Gordon Dalgleish
Cabot Links Hole 14 - Gordon Dalgleish (left)

Cape Breton Island is rapidly developing and being recognized as a golfer’s haven.
 

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Why Aren’t You Golfing in Canada? Here’s What You’re Missing!

Enjoy Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia for a Long Weekend of Exceptional Golf, Natural Beauty and Fresh Seafood!

Choose Your Golf & Hotel Alexander Graham Bell found stunning natural beauty. Mike Keiser and Ben Cowan-Dewar found what they think could be “Bandon Dunes East”. We think you’ll find Cape Breton Island in Nova Scotia to be an excellent addition to PerryGolf’s portfolio.

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Cape Breton Island to offer second golf course: Cabot Cliffs

View of second green at Cabot Links looking toward the Gulf of St. Lawrence
View of second green at Cabot Links looking toward the Gulf of St. Lawrence

 

Our second season with Cape Breton Island approaches with Stanley Thompson’s masterpiece at Highlands Links fully restored to its original excellence.  There is every expectation that World #98 (GOLF Magazine) will be rising in the rankings.

Last year’s newcomer and Canada’s only authentic links layout, Cabot Links, met every expectation to the point that co-owners Mike Keiser (Bandon Dunes) and Ben Cowan-Dewar have announced plans for a second course.  Cabot Cliffs will be designed by Coore and Crenshaw.  Keiser told Bill Coore during one of their recent site visits, “I think we’re on to something big here.”  We couldn’t agree more particularly considering the availability of four more Cape Breton courses we can recommend highly; Dundee, Bell Bay, The Lakes and Le Portage.

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