Coore, Crenshaw, Cabot, Cliffs—Cash!

If you’ve been intrigued by Cabot Links—the Canadian course that opened last year to strong reviews—but you haven’t been able to muster the enthusiasm to trek to its remote location, well, take heart. The province of Nova Scotia has just extended a loan of $8 million toward the $14 million development of Cabot Cliffs, the Coore/Crenshaw sister course now under construction on a 110-foot-high bluff just north of the original 18. Mike Keiser, the principal partner in the development of the project, believes “one course is a curiosity, two courses is a destination,” and with Bill Coore on site most of this summer (that's him above, looking at what will be the new course's final hole), that vision has begun to come to life for Keiser just as it did a decade ago at Bandon Dunes. The Cliffs, which will include an ocean-going par three similar to the 16th at Cypress Point, is expected to open in 2015.




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