Cabot Cliffs offers that perfect combination of beauty and remote privacy if you’re looking for a premiere golf course. Situated on Cape Breton Island in Canada, the golf course is every bit as dramatic as its name, overlooking high rise bluffs, rocks and oceans. Its jaw-dropping and inspiring theme is only matched by the course design itself, created by Ben Crenshaw and Bill Coore, who have previously worked on Oregon’s Bandon Dunes and Maui’s Plantation Course.
Getting to the resort is simple, with most major North American airports offering direct flights. With a grand opening just earlier this summer, this gold course really is what dreams are made of. It debuted as the 19th best golf course in the world in Golf Digest’s World Top 100 Courses.
The course is walking only, and that’s a good thing. The landscape and the surrounding waters only make the experience every bit as breathtaking as the next playoff shot. With ten holes above the gulf, the water view is spectacular and unforgettable. And the course was intentionally designed for the water to provide a calming and serene view from anywhere on the course. For any golf enthusiast, this is the course to try out before every other golfer discovers it.
During the summer months, the highs are only in the 85 F (29 C) range and during other seasons it’s a cool 60-75 F (16-24 C), which means a beautiful day for your golf outing. When you’re done playing your 18 holes, you can peruse the swimming pools, hiking trails or live music that takes place nearby. You’ll want to bring your camera to capture all the wonderful moments during your stay.
If you’re a golf enthusiast or just someone who enjoys the finer things in life, come check out Cabot Cliffs golf course. It’s the breathtaking adventure you’ve been waiting for…