After returning from a two week vacation feeling refreshed. I've had time to compile my thoughts on my golfing adventures. This stint had me golfing at Cabot Cliffs in Inverness, Nova Scotia and at Crowbush Cove and Dundarave Golf Courses in PEI. Upon reflection I tried to figure out if I've played a better trio of courses before since I started to write about my golf shenanigans.
So far I've played courses in Europe, Canada and the USA. My trip four years ago to Cape Breton where I played Cabot Links, Highland Links and The Lakes at Ben Eoin would be a close second to this years trip and here's why this year was the best.
With all the talk, Cabot Cliffs truly is a beautiful golfing experience. The true links feel is real on an amazing piece of property in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. Recently name #1 Golf Course in Canada by ScoreGolf.com golfers will be flocking to Cliffs to try and tame its beauty.
The Links at Crowbush Cove has always been a course that I've wanted to play. Having been the top course to play on PEI it didn't disappoint. The panaramic views on any of the ocean holes are epic with beautiful sand dunes accenting those views. The course can challenge all levels of golfers and truly was in great shape considering PEI had not got much rain. Crowbush came in at 33rd in this years ScoreGolf.com top 100 Golf Courses in Canada.
Dundarave was a pleasant surprise. A more modern layout its bunkering style with red sandstone bunkers was visually intimidating on a few holes but very playable from any of the tees. Dundarave Green's are semi crowned with shaved edges and with the different tiers can be tricking getting your ball close to the hole. Dundarave was ranked #107 just outside of ScoreGolf.com top 100 Golf Courses this year.
So what's your top trio played?