Tag: Canada Golf

Five Golf Zones to Travel in Canada

How do you define a nice neighbor? One who breaks out the 12-year-old single malt when you drop by instead of the cheap blended stuff? Or doesn’t complain when your split-level ranch becomes home to the world’s loudest garage band? No. A nice neighbor is someone who offers you your choice of tee times on more than 2,000 golf courses. Like Canada.

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New Golf Mecca: Prince Edward Island

Forget the doom and gloom. This gotta-play region hasn’t thrown in the golf towel, choosing instead to invest in the game, add new courses and places to stay, and reach out to traveling golfers. It’s where to go now.

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Cabot Links: A Great Course?

This Nova Scotia layout has been the most hotly anticipated new course of the year. Following his visit in September, LINKS Senior Writer Thomas Dunne found himself struggling with a simple question. What emerged was a (messy) search for the elusive border separating good from great—as well as a captivating conversation with a fellow linksophile.

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Cabot Links, Canada

Cabot Links is off the beaten path, but well worth the trip

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Essex Golf & Country Club, Canada

One of only a handful of Donald Ross golf courses built in Canada, this modest gem on the south shore of the Detroit River has stood the test of time

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Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge, Canada

Deep in the Canadian Rockies, this 79-year-old showpiece of Stanley Thompson architecture continues to inspire

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The Cape Breton Highlands Links, Canada

It’s a rousing journey just to arrive at the place. What follows is a soul-stirring tour of Stanley Thompson’s vivid golf imagination

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Redtail Golf Club, Canada

  The toughest part is finding the place. There are no markers for the front…

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