Cabot Links in Nova Scotia, Canada

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Cabot Links, Canada's first true links course, opened on June 29, 2012.
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The course was developed by Bandon Dunes's Mike Keiser and Ben Cowan-Dewar.
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Designer Rod Whitman, an Albertan who prepped under Pete Dye and Bill Coore, built Cabot Links on a rolling plot that starts at an elevated bluff and descends to the beach.
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Like Bandon Dunes, Cabot Links is a walking-only course.
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The most dazzling hole is the tiny par-3 14th, a downhill pitch of 102 yards that overlooks the sea and is a dead ringer for the 7th at Pebble Beach.
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Every hole offers views of the Gulf of St. Lawrence.
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Cabot Links is located in Inverness on the western side of Cape Breton Island.
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