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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 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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After launching Preview Play on July 1st, we sat down with Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw to talk course design, golf, and Cabot Cliffs:
Oh Canada, it’s been a good one! With the first official swings taken at Cabot Cliffs, a local golf tournament at Cabot Links and Canada Day Fireworks at dark, Cabot was abuzz yesterday day from sun up until sun down – and beyond. High energy, sunny skies and so many firsts made it a day for the history books. Read on for the complete...
As we ready for a busy summer here at Cabot, our team here in Inverness used the stunning May long weekend to take a collective deep breath in preparation for our final push towards opening.
As we prepare for the grand opening of all 18 holes of links golf here in Inverness, Nova Scotia, we wanted to highlight a few exciting things that have been happening here and in the golf world.
Things at Cabot Links are progressing at lightning speed! Here are just a few of the many things we've been working on that will be rolled out in the coming weeks and months:
Construction of our accommodations, called 'The Lodge at Cabot Links' is progressing well. We will be all set to welcome our first guests for opening day on June 29, 2012 and...
After a successful year of preview play at Cabot Links, we have made a modest but important change to the sequence of holes.