Cape Breton Golf Rides the Perfect Wave

Brian Kendall, Editor, Canadian Golf Traveller (Image: Sharon McAuley)

Like the waves crashing against the shoreline at Cape Breton’s recently launched Cabot Links, golf’s hot spots come one upon the next. In their turn, the courses of Whistler, Prince Edward Island, Muskoka, Niagara, the Laurentians, the Alberta Rockies and more recently the Okanagan Valley have all been the toast of Canadian golf. Now, for […]

Canada’s First True Links Opens in Cape Breton

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Has a Canadian golf course ever been more eagerly anticipated than Cabot Links? Touted as the country’s first true links, the dramatic seaside layout on Cape Breton’s west coast became an international flagship for the Canadian golf industry with its launch in 2012 and, not incidentally, the savior of Inverness, a former mining town that […]

Five Favourite Cape Breton Experiences

Sharon McAuley, Publisher, Canadian Golf Traveller

Despite my full rain gear, a steady cool drizzle and light Atlantic fog had me chilled to the bone after our golf round. Even a quick change of clothes and our rental car’s heated seats couldn’t stop the shivering. That’s how we ended up pulling in to the Wreck Cove General Store, on the famous Cabot […]