Nova Scotia translates to “New Scotland” which is your first indication of what’s in store when you visit and especially in Cape Breton, a seaside golf destination Canada’s northeast corner. Follow the Cabot Trail and you stumble upon true links golf, Scottish culture, and breathtaking views of the valleys and coast. With multiple highly ranked courses to play, Cape Breton delivers an authentic links golf experience with breathtaking cliff views and temperate coastal temperatures.
While a shirt and shorts may be suitable one day, you’ll need to pack strategically as most courses are exposed to coastal breezes and quickly changing weather fronts. Layers are key. Focus on versatility and layer-ability. Technical performance fabrics are key for base and secondary layers, while water and wind protection and breathability are required for outer layers.
Essentials to Pack
HYDROTOUR RAIN JACKET
Wind Resistant, Storm Proven
Defend yourself from the northern elements with the ultimate in rain and wind protection. The HydroTour Rain Jacket's breathable, lightweight construction and DWR finish help to repel water and keep you swinging freely.
Layer up the right way. With ProDry® Performance fabric, the Phase One Base Layer is a non-restricting thermal shirt that fits closely and comfortably to help regulate body temperature without interfering with the golf swing.
The Pro|SL Carbon golf shoes provide superior feel with Fine Tuned Foam (FTF) for supple cushioning, an infinity outsole design for superior stability, and ChromoSkin™ leather to ensure your feet stay dry and comfortable no matter the conditions.
Balance cold weather performance and stylish comfort. The Full-Zip Hybrid Jacket features a full front zipper that allows for optimal layering and elastic cuffs to provide added comfort and protection from wind and rain.