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Cabot Cliffs was designed by the team of Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw. (Cabot Cliffs image)

Titleist Golf just launched the Take Off with Titleist to Cabot draw.

 When contestants enter, they get a shot at winning the golf trip of a life time to Cape Breton, NS, where they will play two of the top-ranked courses in the world – Cabot Links and Cabot Cliffs.

The grand prize details include two rounds of golf (one at Cabot Links and one at Cabot Cliffs), round trip airfare within Canada, two nights accommodation at the Cabot Links Lodge, shuttle service to and from Halifax International (Robert Stanfield) Airport and four dozen Titleist Pro V1, Pro V1x or AVX golf balls.

Learn more and enter for a chance to win by visiting this webpage.

Cabot Links was designed by Canadian golf course architect legend Rod Whitman. Every hole offers an ocean view and five holes play directly adjacent to the beach. Cabot Links is the first authentic links in Canada, and one of the world’s greatest courses.

Cabot Links plays to par 70 and features five set of tee markers. The course measures 6,764 yards from the black markers, 6,385 yards from the green markers, 6,090 yards from the silver markers, 5,059 yards from the orange markers and reaches 3,785 yards from the royal blue markers.

Cabot Cliffs was designed by the team of Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw. It was carved out of the breathtaking Cape Breton landscape, with postcard-worthy panoramas vying for the attention of players. It’s links-land golf at its best.

Cabot Cliffs plays to par 72 and measures 6,854 yards from the black markers, 6,455 yards from the green markers, 6,020 yards from the silver markers, 4,942 yards from the orange markers and 3,691 yards from the royal blue markers.

Golf Digest ranks Cabot Links No. 9 among the world’s best courses and the publication places Cabot Links 43rd among the world’s best tracks.

-with files from Titleist Golf