Jun 10th, 2016
Cabot Cliffs Golf Course opens to the public
Words: Sophie Southwell Photography: Cabot Cliffs
Cabot Cliffs Golf Course, on the jagged coastline of the Monterey Peninsular, Nova Scotia, has opened its doors to the public after much anticipation. The sister course to Cape Breton's Cabot Links, Cabot Cliffs has been tipped to be one of the best in the world.
It has a jaw-dropping oceanside layout that has been designed by Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw. Crenshaw is a two-time Masters champion, and Coore a U.S. golf course designer who’s now one-half of the most celebrated architectural duo of today.
The course is a Par 72 and 6764 yards, and each hole is exceptionally good but its strength is its last four holes, possibly the most stunning length of any course you will ever play. Its spectacular four-hole closing stretch has been likened to California's Cypress Point, with the difference being you can actually get on to play at Cabot Cliffs.
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