Hole 11 - Le Petit-Étang
This little hamlet covers the north-east part of Chéticamp as you follow the panoramic Cabot Trail. In 1790, eight Acadian families were already living there, attracted by this accessible pond, the neighbouring prairie and the proximity of the mountains. Around 1826, the "Petit Étang" settlers opened the first school of Chéticamp On the north side, you will find a pebble beach with fresh water on one side and salt water on the other side, nestled between the mountains and the sea.
Advice from the Pro
This is just a plain, long 411 yard, par 4 with a slight dog leg to the right. The hole will tax one's power game. The mid to high handicapper should play this hole for a bogey.
The Tee Shot
This is where power is of the essence. If the player does not get to the top of the hill off the tee there is no possibility of getting home in regulation.
The Fairway Shot
A long iron or fairway wood will be required to get the ball on the green in regulation.
The Green Shot
Remember- all putts break towards the mountains. If you can get off the green and putt a 4 on your score card you probably have gained a stroke on the field.
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