Rates (all-in rate, includes all taxes and fees), and are based on double occupancy:
$6440 CAD per couple
Check-in at Cabot Cape Breton
About Cabot Resort: Recognized as one of the best golf resorts in the world, Cabot is truly special. Located on the remote shores of Inverness, Nova Scotia, this destination is authentically golf. With the two best golf courses in Canada at one location, exceptional dining, great east coast hospitality, and luxurious, modern accommodation, Cabot is an absolute must-experience.
Dining: Renowned for their exceptional culinary prowess, we highly recommend dining at the resort. Reservations are always recommended – click here for more information
Golf at Cabot Cliffs
From Cabot Cape Breton:Exquisitely carved out of the breathtaking Cape Breton landscape, with postcard-worthy panoramas vying for your attention and rich, rolling fairways waiting to reward your creativity, this is linksland golf at its best. Lose yourself in a place that is off the beaten path and far from the expected. Cabot Cliffs is built by dreamers, for dreamers, as it’s designed by legendary course designers Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw. The most beautiful game on Earth, set against a backdrop only Mother Nature can provide. This is Cabot Cliffs.
Notable: The best golf course in Canada, undisputed. Ranked #1 course in Canada by SCOREGolf (2022), and ranked #11 on Golf Digest’s 100 Greats Golf Courses.
Designed by one of North America’s most renowned firms Coore & Crenshaw, Cabot Cliffs has been renowned since before it even opened. The anticipation was well deserved, as this course has been regarded as one of the world’s finest since it opened its doors in 2015.
This true links course occupies a diverse landscape, sitting atop the bluffs that overlook the Gulf of St Lawrence, with fairways that transition between woodland, wetland and meadowland areas. Somewhat unusually, but also adding to the playability and enjoyment, the layout is configured with six par threes, six par fours, and six par fives.
Hole 16 is the most notable hole on the course, but also perhaps one of the most notable holes in all of Canada. A par 3 to remember for all time, playing across the edge of the cliffs above the shoreline. Not to be outdone, the final 3 holes are regarded as one of the best 3 hole finishing stretches in golf.
Golf at Cabot Links
From Cabot Cape Breton: Never is the game of golf more appealing than when a course is set in a rugged, oceanfront landscape, on linksland running firm and fast. This is Cabot Links, where the holes spread out between the sea and the village of Inverness. This is Cabot Links—as designed by gifted Canadian golf course architect, Rod Whitman—where every hole offers an ocean view and where five holes play directly adjacent to the beach. This is the first authentic links in Canada, and one of the world’s greatest courses. This is Cabot Links.
Notable: The golf course that started it all for Cabot! Opened in 2012, Cabot Links was immediately heralded as a special course by golfing pundits from around the globe. Canada’s first true links course, Cabot Links is ranked #5 course in Canada by SCOREGolf (2022), and ranked #35 on Golf Digest’s 100 Greats Golf Courses.
Hole 14 is a notable hole for Links. Measuring in at 102 yards from the back markers, you’ll be playing downhill to an infinity green that’s totally exposed to the elements.
Check-in at Fox Harb'r Resort
About Fox Harb’r Resort: Embracing Nova Scotia’s dramatic Northumberland Coast, Fox Harb’r Resort offers timeless luxury in an unexpected place. Founded by legendary entrepreneur Ron Joyce, here you’ll experience world-class golf, exquisite dining, luxurious spa and exciting outdoor adventures — all enriched by our warm and gracious East Coast hospitality. Luxury without pretension…there’s no place like it.
Things to do in the area: Fox Harb’r has one of Nova Scotia’s top rated spas, and is the perfect pampering on a golf trip (additional costs apply) – click here for more information
Beneath the beautiful spa lies the resort’s Wellness Centre, a dynamic fitness studio and aquatic facility where you can enjoy a vigorous cardio workout, dive into the junior Olympic-sized swimming pool or relax in the mineral pool. Access to the Wellness Centre is included in your stay – click here for more information
Fox Harb’r Resort is big on one-of-a-kind experiences, and offers many activities to resort guests (additional charges may apply, subject to availability) including pickleball, tennis, volleyball, horseshoes, wine tour and tasting, sport shooting, sea kayaking, hiking, archery, pontoon boat tours and luxury yacht cruises – click here for more information
Dining: Renowned for their culinary excellence, we highly recommend dining at the resort. Reservations are always recommended – click here for more information
Golf at Fox Harb'r Golf Course
Notable: An unbelievable golfing experience, you are going to feel like you are playing one of the Canada’s most exclusive golf courses.
Fox Harb’r was created by Ron Joyce, co-founder of the Tim Hortons coffee and baked foods chain. Joyce commissioned former top amateur golfer turned golf architect Graham Cooke to design the golf course which opened for play in 2001 to immediate acclaim, garnering the award for Best New Golf Course in Canada by Golf Digest. The accolades continue to flow in, with the golf course recently ranked #44 Public Course in Canada (SCOREGolf, 2021).
The Fox Harb’r course is essentially two loops of nine holes. The outward nine is parkland in nature, played away from the shore to sheltered woodland, wetland and lakes. The back nine is more links like, with many holes played above the steep rocky shore of the Northumberland Strait, and as you might imagine, the views are absolutely spectacular.
Notable holes include the par four 5th, which is 370 yards from the regular tees, doglegs to the right. The drive has to avoid not only a bunker on the right but a solitary oak tree in the middle of the fairway. At the short, 325-yard par four 16th, the drive from an elevated tee has to carry more than 100 yards of open water to the generous landing area on the fairway … but if the winds howling, look out!
Care to make a guess on who holds the course record? None other than Tiger Woods. On June 26, 2009, the sky was sunny and the thermometer hit 32 °C. First hand accounts report that here was no wind that day and that “the Northumberland Strait was like glass.” That was the day Tiger Woods visited Fox Harb’r, shot 63, and set the course record.
Check-in at Rodd Brudenell River Resort
About your stay: Located in a tranquil setting within Brudenell River Provincial Park, a wide variety of activities and dining offered on-site, charming east-coast hospitality, and two exceptional golf courses located on-site Rodd Brudenell River Resort is the perfect east coast golf resort.
Dining: The resort has to great options to choose from for dining, The Gordon on the River or Club 19. The Gordon on the River is a small, initimate, bistro-style restaurant with full glass walls overlooking the Brudenell River. A little more laid back, Club 19 is a casual pub-style restaurant and bar overlooking the golf courses, open daily for lunch, dinner, and nightlife! Reservations at either restaurant are recommended, call 902-652-2332. Click here to view the menu and hours
Recreation: On-site activity amenities include indoor/outdoor pools, saunas, whirlpool, marina, bike trails/rentals, kayaking, canoeing, stand-up paddle boarding, horseback riding, lawn bowling and tennis. Just a short walk from the resort you will find the beautiful Lakeside Beach. Relax on one of PEI’s famous beaches and enjoy the views of the North Shore. Beach shuttles are also provided from the resort. Click here to view more information on resort activities and nearby activities
Golf at Dundarave
Notable: Located 40 mins east of Downtown Charlottetown, Dundarave is designed by the renowned team of Michael Hurdzan / Dana Fry who’s designs have been prolific across North America (Devil’s Paintbrush, Devil’s Pulpit, Le Diable, Georgian Bay Club just to name a few). Their only design on the Island of Prince Edward Island has received numerous accolades, most recently being ranked as the #38 public golf course in Canada (SCOREGolf, 2021).
Expansive, tree-lined fairways at Dundarave lead to large, cleverly contoured greens protected by red sanded bunkers, unique to this course and characteristic of PEI’s red soils. The 18 holes meander through some of the most stunning terrain on the island. Some holes play in open meadow, another section is in woods, a stretch wind along the river’s edge and several holes run up and down hills and skirt pond and wetlands. Stunning and exciting!
The fairways have been carved through acres of pine forest so golfers stand on every tee box isolated from the rest of the course. Don’t think the trees completely negate the effects of an ever-prevalent wind, however, as many of the greens are laid out on exposed sites beside the Brudenell River where unexpected gusts can suddenly whip in off the water.
Signature holes #17 feels like the perfect PEI golf hole from the tee, with a beautiful PEI countryside backdrop and the popping red-sand bunkers protecting the green. Hole #18 again has a great PEI golf feel and is a great finishing hole. Holes #5 and #8 on the front are exceptional holes, and hole #9 is a doozy of a tee shot.
Golf at The Links at Crowbush Cove
Notable: PEI’s highest ranked golf course and flagship course, this Thomas McBroom oceanside masterpiece is recognized as the #16 public golf course in Canada (SCOREGolf, 2021). The course has been the Island’s must-play since it opened in 1994, when it was instantly recognized by Golf Digest as Canada’s Best New Course for that year. Undulating fairways, water holes with a wisp of wind, pot bunkers, challenging greens, stunning ocean views, and the island’s best conditioning all come together to provide you with an experience not to be forgotten, setting the gold standard for golf on PEI. The engaging layout and architecture features several inland holes (front 9) complemented by some gorgeous coastal holes (back 9).
Keep in mind, the location of the course near the ocean lends itself to some windy conditions which can put some serious teeth in layout. The windy location and sod stacked bunkers add to the links feels of the course while the tree lined inland holes remind you that you’re in Canada.
Signature holes #11 and #16 are sure to capture your imagination!