Dingle Links Ceann Sibeal

It's natural, rugged, minimal and you cannot go any further West to play golf than here.

Dingle Links Ceann Sibeal

County Kerry, Ireland

Overview

Ceann Sibéal Golf Club is the most Westerly golf course in Europe. Dingle Links is found slightly inland from Ferriter's Cove on the Dingle Peninsula in Dingle, County Kerry, Ireland.

The golf is very good and the views, are breathtaking.

Situated on the Wild Atlantic Way, Mount Brandon lies to the East, Cruach Mharthain lies to the South and the Blasket Islands lie on the horizon.


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Golf Course Review

Laid out by legendary Irish golf course architects Eddie Hackett and Christy O'Connor Jr, this is minimalist links golf in its truest form. Dingle Links Ceann Sibeal is laid out in two loops both of which begin and end at the clubhouse.

Dingle Links, or Ceann Sibeal, is an 18 hole course that stretches to 6,680 yards with a constant feature more commonly found in Scotland - a burn! Coming into play on 13 of the 18 holes and set against the backdrop of the Wild Atlantic Way, water is never far away.

Featured Architect: Eddie Hackett

Eddie Hackett disdained hidden hazards and blind shots. Very seldom are they found in his designs. Simplistic in nature, his work left good enough alone the holes "God provided him."

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  • Kearney, Ken

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County Kerry, V92 R504, Ireland

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Featured Architect: Eddie Hackett

Eddie Hackett disdained hidden hazards and blind shots. Very seldom are they found in his designs. Simplistic in nature, his work left good enough alone the holes "God provided him."

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