Whether you be a weekend duffer or an expert at the game, the courses in Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island have quickly become the hotspots in North America to challenge and hone your skills. You will be in awe of the splendid scenery that greats you at every tee. For the non-golfer in your group, there are numerous activities near every course. Whether it is whale watching, visiting museums, laying on a white-sand beach, taking the kids to the amusement park, or doing some shopping, the combinations are endless.
Available Golf Courses
The Highland Links
Located in Cape Breton Highlands National Park, is a true links course. Designed by Stanley Thompson, this course received a 4 ½ star rating in Golf Digest’s (2002) Best Places to Play. Thompson’s adage that Nature must always be the architect’s model is unmistakable in the design of this course.
Bell Bay Golf Club
Located in Baddeck, NS, Bell Bay was ranked 56th Best Course in Canada by ScoreGolf Magazine (2003) The magazine also rated the course #1 Most Underrated Golf Course in Canada. Designed by Thomas McBroom, this 7037 yard course takes full advantage of the natural landscape. The last four holes have been noted by some as being the best finishing sequence anywhere.
Glen Arbour Golf Course
Located just twenty minutes from Downtown Halifax, this is a golfer's dream course. Designed by Graham Cooke, this 6800-yard course is both challenging for forgiving for any golfer's level of experience. This course also offers a nine whole course and manicured practice range.
The Links at Crowbush Cove
Located on the North Shore Dunes on Prince Edward Island. Rated 4 1/2 Stars by Golf Digest Places to Play, this course is definitely a must-play on anybody’s list. Score Golf Magazine rated Crowbush in the Top 2 Best Value Golf Courses in Canada.
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