This golf course is easy to find, just right above the Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site.
It was so rainy at first, I wondered if there were any restrooms on the course, but soon we encountered them after the rain died down.
The golf course is in excellent condition and sits above the bay in Baddeck, NS. Many of the holes have views of the bay below, but none of the views really feature in the hole. The staff are very friendly about setting up tee times and pairing you up with other players. We ended up playing by ourselves because we were driving a cart and the demand was low during the rain. It's a very walkable course and many walk it.
The course features many uphill, downhill and side hill lies. While you play, it seems as if you are alone with trees lining most fairways. The fairways are pretty wide so beginning golfers won't have too much difficulty, once in the trees the ball is lost. Several holes have drives over gullies or streams. One or two feature ponds.
The restaurant promised good food but we wanted more than a sandwich.
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