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Golf Trip

May 23 - 26, 2023


Exquisitely carved out of the breathtaking Cape Breton landscape, with postcard-worthy panoramas vying for your attention and rich, rolling fairways waiting to reward your creativity, this is linksland golf at its best. Lose yourself in a place that is off the beaten path and far from the expected. Cabot Cliffs is built by dreamers, for dreamers, as it’s designed by legendary course designers Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw. The most beautiful game on Earth, set against a backdrop only Mother Nature can provide... This is Cabot Cliffs. 



Flight Plan

Someone from our team will be in touch to firm up any necessary details for your flight to Cabot Cliffs. 


Submit Your Passport 

Please send us a copy of your passport. As a reminder, US passports must be valid for a minimum of six months upon arrival in Nova Scotia. Make sure you bring it with you!


Complete the Travel Waiver

Each traveler will need to complete the Truss Travel Waiver.


OPTION #1 ($5K): 
Fly privately from SLC  with a departure of 7:00 AM
Arrive in Sydney, Nova Scotia at 3:10 PM
Transfer to Cabot by helicopter and arrive at approx. 4:10 PM 
Depart Cabot by helicopter at 9:30 AM 
Arrive in Sydney at approx. 10:00 AM
Depart Sydney at 10:30 AM 
Arrive SLC at approx. 2:00 PM 

OPTION #2 (Purchase own commercial flight + $1K for charter from Detroit): 
DL 948 Depart SLC at 6:00 AM 
Arrives DTW 11:30 AM 
Charter Flight - Depart DTW at 12:15 PM
Arrives Sydney, Nova Scotia at 5:15 PM
Transfer to Cabot by helicopter and arrive at approx. 6:00 PM

Depart Cabot by helicopter at 6:15 AM
Arrives Sydney at 6:45 AM
Departs Sydney at 7:15 AM
Arrives DTW at 10:05 AM 
DL 935 Departs DTW at 12:15 PM
Arrives SLC at 2:07 PM


  • Passport

  • Medications/ibuprofen/allergy meds

  • A change of golf clothing in your carry on/easily accessible for the first round of golf 

  • Golf attire* (including warm or rainy weather staples like - beanie, raincoat, moisture wicking pants, sweater)

  • Sunglasses & Hat

  • Comfortable Golf and walking shoes

  • Lots of socks

  • Golf bag (bring your rain cover if you have one)

  • Protein bars/snacks 

  • Any necessary electronics


Tuesday, May 23rd 

Scattered Group Arrivals 

4:00 - 5:00 PM - Check-in at Lodge 

6:48 - 7:24 PM - The Nest Tee Times

8:30 PM - Welcome Dinner 

Location: Panorama Restaurant, Links Clubhouse


Wednesday, May 24th

6:30 AM - 8:00 AM - Breakfast Buffet 

Location: Panorama Restaurant, Links Clubhouse 

8:00 - 8:36 AM - Cabot Links Tee Times

12:30 PM: Lunch as you finish your round 

Location: Cabot Bar

2:00 - 2:36 PM - Cabot Cliffs Tee Times

7:30 PM - Dinner Transfer

8:00 PM - Private Dinner 

Location: WoodRoad Restaurant

10:00 PM - Transfer back to Cabot 


Thursday, May 25th 

6:30 AM - 9:00 AM - Breakfast Buffet 

Location: Panorama Restaurant, Links Clubhouse 

8:24 - 9:12 AM - Cabot Cliffs Tee Times

12 PM - 1:15 PM: Grab a boxed lunch

2:24 - 3:12 PM Cabot Links Tee Times

8:00 PM -  Surf & Turf Dinner 

Location: Cabot Links Fire pit area

Friday, May 26th 

6:00 AM - 8:30 AM - Breakfast Buffet 

Location: Panorama Restaurant, Links Clubhouse 

6:15 AM - Helicopter departure for commercial flights 

9:30 AM - Helicopter departure for private flight group


Conner Ruggio - AMBIA

Brett Belliston - Andina Family Offices

Rob Moore - Big-D Construction

Brandon Hatch - Big Rock Industries

David Engel - CCI Mechanical

Marc Bratsman - CKMB Holdings

Chris Arambula - C-Level Strategy

Luke Saari - Dream Endeavors 

Rob Anderson - Intermountain Home Services

Nick Anderson - Member Sports

Brandon Rodman - Previ

Scott Petersen - RevRoad

Shane Cullimore - Rowan Pepper

Jon Adams - The Adams Group

Alex Bean - Tandem

Logan Wilkes - Truss

"There is no other way to describe Cabot Cliffs other than calling it a show stopper. You feel like you are playing golf on the set of Game of Thrones or Lord of the Rings. It is just that epic."

- Jon Sherman, Golf Journalist


The Lodge at Cabot Cliffs


Designed by award-winning Nova Scotia architect, Susan Fitzgerald, and celebrated interior designer, Alexandra Angle, the 72-room Cabot Links Lodge is inspired by the beauty of its natural surroundings. It incorporates local materials like cedar and heavy timber—and combined with a timeless and modern aesthetic, is the epitome of laid-back luxury.

Located in close proximity to Cabot Bar and Panorama Restaurant, fanning south to border the putting green, Cabot Links Lodge is a welcome retreat at the end of another unforgettable day in Cape Breton.

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