Irish golf course with ocean views in the south west

Dingle Golf Links, Ceann Sibéal

Eddie Hackett and Christy O'Connor Jnr.

1924

18

72

6,696

Links

Eddie Hackett and Christy O'Connor Jnr.

1924

18

72

6,696

Links

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Known as the most westerly golf course in Ireland, Dingle Golf Links, or Ceann Sibéal is surrounded on three sides by majestic hills of the West.

Known locally as Ceann Sibeal, the 18 hole layout of Dingle Golf Links was designed by the great Eddie Hackett. In his design, Hackett created a stream which features on 12 of the holes and the course features elements similar to his other famous design, Waterville Golf Links.

The sounds of the Atlantic Ocean will accompany you as you progress from hole to hole, eventually visible as the rolling hills give way to the sea. The beautiful and historical Blasket Islands too can be seen in the distance, battered and wave-hewn by the Atlantic. The set for the Star Wars movie, The Last Jedi, could be seen from the links.

A fantastic Eddie Hackett links course, picturesque scenery and a warm and friendly welcome, makes Ceann Sibéal a happy place to play golf.

Facilities

Steve Fahy, Dingle Golf Links Club Manager will ensure you are well equipped for your round of golf, with golf clubs, trolleys, buggies and caddies all available to hire.

The golf shop has a great selection of clothing, equipment, accessories, and memorabilia. In stock are a wide range of top branded golf equipment, golf clubs, golf sets and golf bags, that can satisfy all your golfing needs.

Food & Drink

The clubhouse at Ceann Sibéal houses a club bar and dining room that offer expansive views of the surrounding links grounds. Amazingly, you can see every hole on the course from the clubhouse. Its menu is created with the surroundings in mind, with locally-sourced produce from both land and sea.

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golf course with traditional bridge and blue sky
Irish golf course with mountain views in the south west
17th hole flag with mountain in the background
Seaside golf course with red flag near hole
Golfing with a view of the Irish coastline and islands
Irish golf course with mountain views in the south west
17th hole flag with mountain in the background
Seaside golf course with red flag near hole
Golfing with a view of the Irish coastline and islands

The local area

busy dingle street with cars and pedestrians
aerial view of great blasket island off ireland
dunquin pier in dingle
connor pass
View from Connor Pass on the Dingle Peninsula, Co. Kerry, Ireland

Things to do

When not golfing, the surrounding region has many sites and sounds to offer visitors. The region’s rich history forms the backbone of the many local walking tours that traverse the peninsula’s mountainous and valley-strewn lands.

One such popular trail, the Pilgrims Route or Cosán na Naomh, traverses 18km of Dingle countryside, connecting many of the early Christian sites for which the peninsula is renowned. Other popular routes include the Dingle Way, suited for those looking for a mountainous trek.

Dingle town is home to Ireland’s largest collection of sharks at Dingle’s Oceanworld Aquarium. For those looking for a closer look at the local sea life, the uninhabited Blasket Islands are the perfect destination. Boats operate along the coastline, ferrying passengers to the islands. During the trip, whales, dolphins, orcas and porpoises can often be spotted. The islands themselves are home to vast colonies of seabirds.

 

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