INVERNESS, N.S. —
With two world-recognized golf courses in Cape Breton, owners of Cabot Links and Cabot Cliffs in Inverness have turned their attention to another Canadian property.
Cabot announced on Tuesday a new facility named Cabot Revelstoke will be built between the town of Revelstoke and the Columbia River in British Columbia.
In a press release, Cabot says the new course will feature world-renowned golf, amenities and real estate expected of the Cabot brand, upstaged only by the majestic natural beauty surrounding the course.
Along with a hotel with full amenities, the new facilities will also feature a variety of food and beverage options and a small number of exclusive private residence opportunities.
The architect for the new course, which will be known as Cabot Pacific, is Rod Whitman. Whitman also designed the nine-year-old Cabot Links.
The Western Canada facility will feature 18-holes, and according to Cabot, will showcase towering mountain vistas from every hole on the course.
Aside from golf, Revelstoke, a community of 14,570 residents, is considered one of the best ski destinations in North America. The community is between the Monashee and Selkirk mountain ranges.
According to Golf Week, the site for the new course will be cleared during the winter and construction is expected to begin in the spring. The completion of the course is reported to be planned for 2023.
The estimated cost of the overall project was not announced.
Cabot is also currently in the construction phase of building a new course on the Caribbean island of Saint Lucia.
SaltWire Network reported last month locals fear the golf development at Saint Lucia threatens Indigenous graves. A full archaeological dig at the site has not been conducted to date.
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