Bell Bay Golf Club
Club information
Coordinates46°06′40″N 60°44′15″W / 46.111077°N 60.737631°W / 46.111077; -60.737631
LocationBaddeck, Nova Scotia
Total holes18
Designed byTom McBroom
Length7,037 yards
Course rating74.3
Slope rating136

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 and most current 2016 Mackenzie Tour.[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.[citation needed]


  1. ^ "In Photos: Bell Bay Golf Club |". July 10, 2011.
  2. ^ "Course Source: Canadian clubs".
  3. ^ "Men's amateur golf championship swings into action at Bell Bay today - Golf - Cape Breton Post". Archived from the original on 2012-11-25. Retrieved 2012-12-09.