12 Courses That Say ‘Happy 150th Canada!’

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.

Why Canadians—and Canadian Golf—Are Suddenly Cool

People around the world are talking about Canada thanks to our hip new prime minister, A-list celebrities that include a teenage golf sensation, and a very special golf course in Cape Breton.

Cabot Cliffs Grabs the International Spotlight

Cape Breton’s new headliner, Cabot Cliffs, is earning rave reviews and already drawing golfers from around the world. Hard to imagine, but the Coore-Crenshaw design might be even better than its celebrated sister course, Cabot Links.

Red-Hot Nova Scotia to Host DeLaet, Weir and Hearn at GOLFest

Nova Scotia is poised to seal its reputation as Canada’s hottest golf destination with GOLFest, a summer golf extravaganza in Halifax. Highlights include a Web.com Tour event and an exhibition match that pits Graham DeLaet and friends against the world.

New Courses to Look Forward to in Cape Breton and North Carolina

Ben Crenshaw and Bill Coore work their design magic at Cape Breton’s Cabot Cliffs, a new Gary Player course to add to your North Carolina playlist, and, at long last, a ranking of the world’s 100 top courses serious golfers can trust.