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Expired: Cabot Links

Set along a golden beach on the windswept western coast of Novia Scotia, a stunning retreat for the serious golfer lies waiting. Cabot Links is focused on its courses – Cabot Links and Cabot Cliffs – which are set on dramatic coastal clifftops and alongside a two-mile-long beach in the remote village of Inverness, Cape Breton in far east Canada. It is the most talked about new golf resort in the world over the past five years, according to Canadian golf writer Dave Finn.
“When opened in 2012, Cabot Links was Canada’s only authentic links course,” Finn said. “Using the site of an old coal mine, architect Rod Whitman created a magnificent 18-hole, par-70 course. Six holes play directly along the coastline, and every other hole overlooks the Gulf of St. Lawrence…


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Expired: Cameron House on Loch Lomond / The Carrick

The Cameron Club’s championship golf course, The Carrick, overlooks Loch Lomond in one of Scotland’s most scenic regions, The Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Park in the central part of the country. The course opened in 2007. Canadian architect Douglas Carrick designed a layout that works its way through the lowlands in the front nine, with trees lining the fairway and some holes playing adjacent to the lake or streams. After the 437-yard/400-meter, par-4 ninth, you can enjoy some food and drinks at the Highland Laddie, a halfway house that was once a London River Thames boat. You just need to order ahead…


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Expired: Anahita the Resort

Mauritius is a small island nation that sits a little over 1100 kilometers to the east of Madagascar. Anahita the Resort is located on the east coast of Mauritius, about one hour’s drive from the capital, Port Louis. The resort features two championship courses that overlook the Indian Ocean – one designed by South African Ernie Els and the other designed by German Bernhard Langer. The ‘all-inclusive’ resort package allows you to play both courses as part of the deal, and includes 55 range balls and a daily one-hour introductory lesson…


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Expired: The Saint Regis Punta Mita

There is something about turquoise waters and sandy beaches that puts me instantly at ease. It might just help my swing here at Four Season Resort Punta Mita, which sits next to the quaint fishing village of Riveria Nayarit in the middle of Mexico’s Pacific Coast. After a 45-minute drive from Puerto Vallarta International Airport, you’ll be able to tee off at one of two courses designed by Jack Nicklaus: Punta Mita Pacifico, which has eight holes next to the Pacific Ocean or Banderas Bay, and Punta Mita Bahia, which has water features and lakes spread throughout its undulating fairways…


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Sonnenalp/Oberallgäu

Frequently billed as the South Korea’s premier golf resort by golf experts, South Cape features a championship 18-hole course that sits on the beautiful Namhae Island, off the south-east coast of the country. The layout, which was designed by American Kyle Phillips and completed in 2013, makes full use of its position overlooking the Korea Strait to deliver fairways that play to the edge of rugged cliff tops above the water. Phillips describes it as having a links feel without being a links landscape…


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Expired: South Cape Owners Club

Frequently billed as the South Korea’s premier golf resort by golf experts, South Cape features a championship 18-hole course that sits on the beautiful Namhae Island, off the south-east coast of the country. The layout, which was designed by American Kyle Phillips and completed in 2013, makes full use of its position overlooking the Korea Strait to deliver fairways that play to the edge of rugged cliff tops above the water. Phillips describes it as having a links feel without being a links landscape…


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Expired: St Andrews, Fairmont

St Andrews is known as “the home of golf” and is full of a sporting history that makes visiting the ancient town on Scotland’s east coast, in county Fife, seem like a pilgrimage for golfers. Golf has been played over the links of St Andrews for over 600 years. It is the original links course. From King David I’s charter in 1123 marking it common land belonging to the townspeople, to Archbishop Hamilton’s charter in 1552 recognizing the locals’ right to play on the links, to the 1764 transition from a 22- to 18-hole layout, through to American great Bobby Jones famously defending the Open Championship’s Claret Jug in 1927, it has a truly rich history…


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Expired: St. Wendel

Located near Germany’s western border with France, St. Wendel is a golf destination that features a 27-hole championship layout and a nine-hole par-3 course on a 150-hectare (370-acre) site. Naturally, the focus is on the former three by nine-hole combination. Holes 1, 9, 10, 18,19 and 27 arrive or depart from the clubhouse, making it easy to divide your round up. The view from the clubhouse is something to behold, too, taking in a course that is set out over hills, thick forest and lakes.
St. Wendelinus, after whom the town is named, is the Patron Saint of herdsman and country people so he may not be the best holy person to pray to to keep your scoring low here. And your game will be tested on this course, which was designed by Wolfgang Jersombeck …


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Expired: Cape Wickham Links

When it comes to finding the perfect spot to create a links course, you might have to go roam to unfrequented territory. That is just what Australian developer Duncan Andrews has done with Cape Wickham Links, which can be found on the north-west coast of King Island in Bass Strait. The remote patch of land sits between Victoria and Tasmania, exposed to the famous ‘Roaring Forties’ trade winds that blow hard from the west that sailing ships once harnessed. Australian golf writer Darius Oliver spotted the dramatic stretch of Australian coastline and immediately knew the potential of the site. He convinced Andrews to build a world-class course there. Andrews brought in American architect Mike DeVries, who with Oliver, designed the course in 2015…


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Cape Kidnappers

New Zealand offers so many beautiful locations to visit and this, I can confidently say, is one of its jewels. Set on luxurious farmland overlooking Hawke’s Bay on the North Island, Cape Kidnappers offers an unforgettable luxury golf experience, especially for couples.
Renowned American golf architect Tom Doak embraced the rugged coastal features to provide a true challenge for both the amateur and professional golfer. Immaculately groomed fairways lay between deep ravines and bluffs. From the air, the fairways look like long green fingers that extend right to the edge of 140-meter (460-foot) cliffs above the Pacific on the back nine…


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