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Bell Bay Golf Club

 

Bell Bay Golf Club

Bell Bay Golf Club
Club information
Location Baddeck, Nova Scotia
Established 1998
Type Public
Total holes 18
Designed by Tom McBroom
Par 72
Length 7,037 yards
Course rating 74.3
Slope rating 136

The Bell Bay Golf Club is a golf course in Baddeck, Nova Scotia, Canada. Designed by architect Tom McBroom, the course opened in 1998 and was named the best new golf course in Canada by Golf Digest.[1] The club has hosted several prestigious events including the 2005 Canadian Amateur Championship, the 2006 Canadian Club Championship[2] and the 2012 Nova Scotia Men's Amateur Golf Championship.[3] In 2001 the club hosted the Wayne Gretzky and Friends Invitational in which hockey greats Wayne Gretzky, Brett Hull and Joe Sakic teamed up against future Masters champion Mike Weir.

References

  1. ^ http://canadiangolfer.com/jefflancaster/2011/07/10/in-photos-bell-bay-golf-club/
  2. ^ http://ca.news.yahoo.com/course-source-canadian-clubs-194021549--golf.html
  3. ^ http://www.capebretonpost.com/Sports/Golf/2012-07-03/article-3022457/Men%26rsquos-amateur-golf-championship-swings-into-action-at-Bell-Bay-today/1

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