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All reviews cabot links golf course cape breton blind shots two courses nova scotia public house the past years pro shop rental clubs fries fairways and greens pebble beach in great shape an easy walk high end spectacular views
While not as visually stunning as its sister, Cabot Cliffs, this is still a very fine course with many wonderful holes probably more pleasing to the eye of a golf traditionalist. There is a surprising variety of holes with the "Harbor" hole one of the...More
The course itself is beautiful. They are trying to make this a high end destination with a true links experience. Unfortunately they fail terribly with the high end experience. The cost of a round of golf is definitely on the high end, but the experience...More
A friend recommended we have lunch at Cabot Links. Unfortunately we weren’t golfing , but is there anything better than enjoying an Arnold Palmer on a sunny afternoon watching the approach shot of golfers walking on to the green with their caddies.
Friendly service from...More
Course was in great shape and very walkable. If playing it for the first time I would recommend a caddy as there are some blind shots and the greens can be hard to read. Our caddies were very helpful, friendly and fun to walk the...More
I’ve wanted to play here fir years. I’m from cape Breton and it has sentimental value. But wow. Just beautiful. Friendly helpful staff in the pro shop and on the course. Well maintained fairways, tee vices and greens. Amazing views of the ocean and inverness...More
My boyfriend is the golfer and he LOVED this course. I walked the course and did some photography and thought it was extremely beautiful. We did 18 holes and took about 4.5 hours.
Notes from a golfer: The range is a 10 minute shuttle ride...More
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The links course is very doable for beginners. There is one hole that requires a first shot of over 150 yards. That may require simply acknowledging and taking a drop! Slow play is always frustrating for some golfers... More
The links course is very doable for beginners. There is one hole that requires a first shot of over 150 yards. That may require simply acknowledging and taking a drop! Slow play is always frustrating for some golfers, however being willing to allow a group or twosome behind you the chance to play through, should solve that easily and allow you the chance to play an amazing course!