Cabot Cliffs Flies High in Atlantic Canada

Golfers from around the world are flocking to Cape Breton Island to play wildly acclaimed sister courses Cabot Cliffs and Cabot Links. And coming soon: A tropical spinoff called Cabot Saint Lucia.

Cruise and Golf Canada’s Atlantic Coast

With stops at Cabot Cliffs, Highlands Links and other top courses, One Ocean Expeditions’ Fiddles and Sticks golf cruise explores Atlantic Canada’s most breathtaking coastal settings. New this spring: A voyage to the links of Scotland and Ireland.

Do Digby Pines Like Babe Ruth

Locals still recall the July day in 1935 when baseball’s mighty Bambino visited Digby Pines Golf Course and brought Stanley Thompson’s daunting par-four 11th hole to its knees.

12 Proudly Canadian Bucket-List Courses

Canada is rich with acclaimed and wondrously scenic golf courses defined by waterfalls and rapids, oceanfront bluffs and Rocky Mountain peaks. Our 150th birthday guide to this country’s most unforgettable public-play tracks.

Four Canadian Golf Towns to Call Home

Like me, do you daydream about leaving the big city behind and starting fresh in a picturesque Canadian town where golf is king? From seaside in New Brunswick to the mountains of Alberta, four golf towns I’d love to call home.