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Cabot Links: A Canadian gem evolves from coal mine

'Have Clubs Will Travel' host David Wood showcases the captivating Cabot Links, a Canadian classic located on Cape Breton Island in upper northeast Nova Scotia. Opened as a full 18-hole routing in 2013, the Rod Whitman-designed course has risen to No. 35 on Golf Digest's 'World's 100 Greatest Golf Courses' list

Have Clubs Will Travel host David Wood profiles Cabot Links, the older half of Canada’s two links-style courses that comprise the Cabot Cape Breton golf destination in Nova Scotia. Though opened in 2011 as a 10-hole course and expanded to 18 holes in 2013, the Rod Whitman-designed Cabot Links feels as if it naturally arose from the ground instead of being built on a former coal mine along the coast of the Gulf of Saint Lawrence.

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