Meet the man who built Cabot’s original tee blocks, John Hector Smith. While his passion for tinkering only began at the age of 16, John Hector has certainly made up for lost time. One of the very first employees at Cabot Links, having officially joined Cabot in 2010, he has been with us for over seven years now. In his time, he has become an...
Nestled between the Cabot Links Lodge and the main street of Inverness, The Cabot Public House is a bustling spot featuring an expansive patio, casual pub fare, lobster boils and local craft beers. Behind the scenes, you’ll find Trevor Penney and Darcy MacDonald leading the charge in the Public House Kitchen. We took a few minutes to chat...
If you follow us on social media, you know it's no secret that we love sharing photos of our golf resort!
What a year!
Between launching preview play at Cabot Cliffs, hosting the PGA Championship of Canada, and being named North America's Best New Course, there are a few too many highlights to count! With the new year upon us, we decided to take a look back via some of our favourite tweets, reviews and photos from 2015.
With only a few days until Christmas, we have officially entered the last minute stage of the gift-buying marathon. Whether you haven't started shopping, are nearly done, or are just looking for some last-minute stocking stuffers, we have the perfect solution: The Cabot Links Gift Card.
As the last of autumn's leaves fall to the ground, we thought we'd reflect on what many consider Cape Breton's most beautiful season.
With only 1% of the world's golf courses considered "True Links", it's not surprising that the intricacies of this traditional style remain a mystery to many golfers today. To highlight what differentiates links golf, we chatted with Director of Golf at Cabot Links, Mr. Joe Robinson.
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Ever wonder where "Cabot" got its name? You may assume it has something to do with Cabot's proximity to the world renowned Cabot Trail - and you're right, but that's not the full story...
The west coast of Cape Breton, where lies the small town of Inverness, has long been known as the "Sunset Side" of the Island. Those who've had the pleasure of visiting are likely aware of how this title came to be.
For those who haven't, there is this list: