Golf on the Dingle Peninsula

Golf on the Dingle Peninsula

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“Take a trip, enjoy the beauty, the peace and the quiet of the Dingle Peninsula, and tackle one exceptionally devious and enchanting links”

Kevin Markham, Irish Examiner


The Dingle Peninsula boasts two excellent golf courses, as well as a pitch and putt course and a driving range, each situated among stunning coastal scenery. The 18-hole Dingle Golf Links Ceann Sibeal is the most westerly golf course in Europe, and is carved from the natural landscape of one of the most unspoiled parts of Europe, with hazards laid down long before the game of golf was dreamt of, including a winding "burn" that twists and turns through the entire course. The Castlegregory Golf Club is a 9-hole links course set in view of Tralee Bay and Brandon Bay. One of their most interesting holes is the short 4th, where a pond has been specially built in front of the green and in which the Natterjack Toad, a rare Irish species of frog, much beloved in the area, has proliferated since the golf course began.


For the perhaps less proficient and less serious golfer who still loves the feel of a club in their hands, the Dingle Pitch & Putt Course and Driving Range will provide entertainment and practice.

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