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Golf

Sweeping cliffs, majestic ocean views, and miles of green—Cape Breton Island was made for golf. Inspired by the Island’s Scottish heritage and designed to complement our stunning terrain, you’ll find a course to suit every game, from championship courses to Canada’s only true links course.

Golf

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Highlands Links

Region: Cabot Trail

Community: Ingonish

Come join us on Cape Breton Island – Canada’s Golf Masterpiece!  The Cape Breton Highlands Links, opened in 1941, is constantl...


The Lakes Golf Club

Region: Bras d’Or Lake

Community: Ben Eoin

18-hole, par 72, 4800–7000 yd. Rating 65–74; Slope 113–133. Designed by Graham Cooke, The Lakes Golf Club is being developed as a...


Bell Bay Golf Club

Region: Cabot Trail

Community: Baddeck

18-hole, par 72, 7037 yd. Rating 74.8; Slope 144. Beautiful Thomas McBroom championship course high above the Bras d’Or Lakes, overloo...


Cabot Cliffs

Region: Canada’s Musical Coast

Community: Inverness

Exquisitely carved out of the breathtaking Cape Breton landscape, with postcard worthy panoramas vying for your attention and rich, rolling ...


Cabot Links

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Region: Canada’s Musical Coast

Community: Inverness

Much has been written and even more said about Canada’s first true links golf course.  But to truly understand what it feels like to ...


Cabot Links Resort

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Region: Canada’s Musical Coast

Community: Inverness

Located over a mile of sandy beach along the coast of Cape Breton, Cabot Links offers one of the best golf resort experiences in North Ameri...


Le Portage Golf Club

Region: Cabot Trail

Community: Chéticamp

On one side of me is the Gulf of St. Lawrence; on the other the majestic Cheticamp Mountain range, literally at the entrance of world famous...


Illustrated map of Cape Breton Island

Easy to Find. Hard to Leave.

There are direct flights to Sydney from Toronto and Montreal and from other North American and European cities via Halifax. If traveling by ground, the Trans-Canada Highway 104 leads to Cape Breton Island.

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