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Top Golf Courses: Atlantic Canada


Cabot Links - Inverness, NS

Architect: Rod Whitman , Opened: 2012 , Yardage: 6,860


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Cabot Cliffs - Inverness, NS

Architect: Bill Coore/Ben Crenshaw , Opened: 2015 , Yardage: 6,835


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Cape Breton Highlands Links - Ingonish Beach, NS

Architect: Stanley Thompson , Opened: 1940 , Yardage: 6,592


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The Links at Crowbush Cove - Morell, PEI

Architect: Thomas McBroom , Opened: 2000 , Yardage: 6,903


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The Algonquin - St. Andrews by-the-Sea, NB

Architect: Donald Ross, Rod Whitman (R) , Opened: 1927 , Yardage: 7,135


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Dundarave - Georgetown Royalty, PEI

Architect: Michael Hurdzan, Dana Fry , Opened: 1999 , Yardage: 7,284


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Fox Harb'r - Wallace, NS

Architect: Graham Cooke , Opened: 2000 , Yardage: 7,253


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Humber Valley - Pasadena, NL

Architect: Doug Carrick , Opened: 2006 , Yardage: 7,199


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Links at Brunello - Timberlea, NS

Architect: Thomas McBroom , Opened: 2015 , Yardage: 6,947


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Digby Pines - Digby, NS

Architect: Stanley Thompson , Opened: 1929 , Yardage: 6,283


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British Columbia & Alberta

B.C. and Alberta are home to some of the world’s best mountain golf courses with relatively new layouts joining historic designs that have stood the test of time. Elevation changes are everywhere and the scenery is unmatched.

Saskatchewan & Manitoba

Manitoba and Saskatchewan may be known more for flat lands but the courses in this part of Canada shows the region has more ups, downs, twists and turns than might be expected. Beauty and challenge are found in a wide variety of designs here.

Ontario & Quebec

Ontario and Quebec can boast to being the home of some of Canada’s best parkland courses, providing oases from the sprawl of nearby cities. Tree-lined fairways and outcroppings from the Canadian shield give each layout a distinctive look and feel.