Hole 12 - L’Acadie

Hole 12 - L’Acadie

Acadia was founded in 1604 by Samuel de Champlain which by the year 1700 would have consisted of what we know today as the Maritime provinces of Canada. After having changed hands several times. Nova Scotia in 1713 and the Isle Royale (Cape Breton) in 1758, Acadia passed definitively under the British Crown. The Acadians of Chéticamp, descendants of the exiles of 1755, constitute the living proof of a people who refuses to die.

Advice from the Pro

This is a deceiving short 181 yard, Par 3, with a pond guarding the right side of the green so be very careful of your tee shot from the whites.

 

The Tee Shot

You can bail out to the left and try to get it up and down for par. If you get it on with your tee shot, there is still some work to do.

The Fairway Shot

This hole requires a mid to long iron to get on the dance floor, but don't miss the tight shot to the right.

The Green Shot

Be careful with this one. There are some treacherous paths depending on the pin placement.

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