Canada boasts some extremely impressive golf courses from coast to coast. The different landscapes, levels and skylines make the courses scenic, challenging and interesting. Each province and region have qualities that make for a great golf experience for golfers of all talent levels and skills.
Voted the best course in Canada by Golf Digest and a panel of tough, expert golfers and critics, the Cabot Cliffs golf course in Inverness Nova Scotia was ranked first. It was even the hosting course for the LPGA BMO event.
Cabot Links was the original course which was so successful a second course was developed on high ground just a few km north of the existing course. The course is young but it only took a few years for it to become one of the most popular destinations for Canadian and international golfers.
While the golf itself is what draws people, there are many other, more subtle factors, that keep people coming back. For example, the quirky blue lobster logo is a symbol of good luck and is a rare find. The staff are another huge retention factor, as they are just naturally friendly and very much so, as are the other golfers and the locals. There is also the incredible views overlooking the vast ocean with different terrains and every hole being so different. Th 11th hole, for example is one of the best views and is a challenging par 4. There are six par 5, six par 4 and six oar 3s on the course.
The proximity to Cape Breton make it a great tourist destination not to be missed if you are visiting the area. There is a resort on site as well as a great dining experience for you to enjoy as well. Customer reviews are exceptional and prove that it is a five star course from golf to landscape to views.