Cabot Links – The Cape Hole


The 11th hole of Cabot Links has quickly become a favourite of golfers. Enveloped by fishing boats and sand dunes in the background and overlooking the working fishing hard of McIsaac’s Pond, the Cape Hole has enjoyed praise and accolades from golfers and architects alike.

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, Canada’s only authentic links. This is Cabot Links, where the holes spread out between the sea and the village of Inverness. This is Cabot Links, where every hole offers an ocean view and where five holes play directly adjacent to the beach.

Set in the picturesque town of Inverness, Cabot Links is proud to call the West Coast of Cape Breton Island home. With sprawling hills surrounded by a magnificent valley, leading out to the crystal clear waters of the Gulf of St. Lawrence, visitors will truly enjoy the region’s splendor. A community rich in history and culture, Inverness is a one-of-a-kind place full of hometown pride.