Ceann Sibeal (Dingle) Golf Club
Commune with an authentic and stunning Irish landscape at this low-key links
I always love flying over Ireland; it looks like nowhere else. An unbroken string of irregularly shaped farms and beyond-green land. The vibrant, Middle Earth vibes put my soul at ease and a smile on my face. Ceann Sibeal (also known as Dingle), Ireland’s westernmost course, has those vibes in spades. This is course that’s barely etched across its rugged Irish land. It’s a traditional, unpretentious and friendly place off itineraries of most golfers (for a reason – it’s pretty remote). The views are stunning, a veritable idealized Irish landscape. If you want an authentic, affordable, low-key links that puts your soul at ease and a smile on your face, put Ceann Sibeal on your list.
What To Know
Yardage & Tees
When to Play
April through July are the driest months, while the warmest temperatures can be found May through October. Winds is constant, but at its weakest during the summer. April through September is a fine time to play, with May-July being your best bet.
Greens fees last verified January 2020. View them on dinglelinks.com
Visitor Tee Times
Rentals & Caddies
Clubs are available to rent.
Pull carts are available.
Golf carts are available to rent. There are 8 available.