Nova Scotia's Cabot Links January 31, 2011 Share story Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Shop This Look Powered By:Wayfair.com We may make 💰 from these links. Cabot Links is located in the town of Inverness on the west coast of Cape Breton Island in Nova Scotia. Bandon Dunes developer, Mike Keiser, partnered with Ben Cowan-Dewar to create Cabot Links. Most of the holes border the warm Gulf of St. Lawrence. Workers carve out a bunker. Cabot Links is a walking course. Wide, undulating fairways are featured. The climate promises firm and fast conditions. Architect Rod Whitman has designed a links course that takes advantage of the natural topography. The Gulf of St. Lawrence can be seen from most holes. Eight holes will play directly along the beach. Cabot Links will play just under 7,000 yards with a par of 71. Share story Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Next Up Sneak Peek: Nova Scotia's Cabot Cliffs 10 Photos Sneak Peek: Nova Scotia's Stunning Cabot Cliffs 18 Photos We Recommend Sneak Peek: Nova Scotia's Cabot Cliffs 10 Photos Sneak Peek: Nova Scotia's Stunning Cabot Cliffs 18 Photos Podcast: Nova Scotia's Cabot Links--a remote destination worth the trip A Taste of Scotland in Nova Scotia Canadian golf company raises more than $20,000 for Nova Scotia shooting victims Video: "This is Cabot Links"