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The Early Days of Golf in Nova Scotia

Golf is a surprisingly old sport. The first written reference to golf dates back to March 6, 1457, in an Act of the Parliament of Scotland, which partly reads: “… it is ordained and decreed … that football and golf be utterly condemned and stopped and that a pair of targets be made at all …



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How to Pair Our New House Lager

Nearly everyone knows about wine parings, but beer pairing is too often overlooked. It shouldn’t be. You can pair beer just as well with food as you can with wine. We’re well known for our wine cellar, and for our food. And that’s why we’re presenting our own beer. Introducing Fox Trot Lager Our very …



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How to Birdie Five More Challenging Holes at Fox Harb’r

If you’ve learned a thing or two from our post How to Birdie the Five Most Challenging Holes at Fox Harb’r but want more, then you’re in luck. Our director of golf, Elliott Isenor, is back with more tips on conquering some of our more challenging holes. Hole One This is a long, narrow par …



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5 Reasons Why Golfing Is the Best in Nova Scotia

According to Elliot Isenor, our Director of Golf Operations, “What makes golf in Nova Scotia the best in the world is it’s wide variety and quality of its golf courses. One day you could be playing a course that offers beautiful ocean views, and the next day it could be a course with rolling hills …



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Why Fox Harb’r Has a Greenhouse Program

We’re unapologetic fans of the Northumberland Shore and the many ways to enjoy it. However, beautiful though it is in every season, it can be a challenging environment, especially for a gardener. Gardening, growing, and landscaping is a major part of what we do here, thanks to our grown on-site vegetables, flowers, and our mix …



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