The Links at Brunello Opens
- Press Release
Behind the Scenes, Meet the team - our summer newsletter
Golf Packages for New Property Buyers
Introducing the 2015 Brunello Advantage Card! Click here for more information and click here for the card application form. Due to Brunello Advantage Platinum, Gold, and Silver cards reaching maximum sales, we have discontinued the Platinum, Gold and Silver levels for Brunello Estates non-residents. Bronze memberships are still available. Platinum was discontinued on October 27th, Gold on Oct 30th and Silver on Nov 12th . (updated November 12, 2014)
Brunello Advantage Card Holders - Click here for Practice Facility details and click here for the fillable form
View new shots of our finished golf course
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Click here for FAQ's about enjoying the cart paths and perserving the course in winter
Tom McBroom unveils The Links at Brunello!
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You'll Have More than One Way to go Green
We all want to live in a place where the air is fresh and healthy, a place that's going to
give people who want an active lifestyle the options they need to live life to the fullest.
The Links at Brunello. Going green is more than just a golf game.
We don't know of any community that wants to protect the environment as much as we do. After all, the environment is an investment we all share. That's why when we were designing The Links at Brunello, we decided to utilize the unique landscape features in ways that would give you the opportunity to enjoy them to the fullest, for generations to come.
Our 18-hole golf course is a perfect example. It's designed by world-famous landscape
architect and golf course designer Tom McBroom. If you know golf at all, you'll recognize his name as the designer of award winning courses like Bell Bay Golf Club in Baddeck and Crowbush Cove in PEI.
He's noted for golf course designs that are sensitive to the environment and yet provide a degree of challenge that golf enthusiasts crave.
The 7,100 yard course will offer bent grass greens and fairways, numerous white sand bunkers, and multiple teeing areas - making it potentially the best course in the region. In fact, the facilities will be so good, we're expecting The Links at Brunello to attract corporate tournaments, in addition to you and your neighbours.