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Dingle Golf Club
Booking Telephone: 00353 66 9156255
Email: dinglegc@iol.ie       Web: www.dinglelinks.com
Address: Ballyferriter, Dingle Peninsula, Co. Kerry, 

Nestled on the edge of Ireland’s dramatic southwest coastline, Dingle Golf Links is a very special place to visit.

For many it is the truly special people of the Dingle Peninsula that make their time here so memorable.

For others the quite breathtaking scenery of the peninsula revealing as it does its hidden bays, small fishing villages, glorious mountains and the Blasket Islands.

It may be the Dingle’s reputation for fantastic seafood and a night in one of the towns lively pubs enjoying traditional music and a turf fire.

For most though, it is a pilgrimage to a magnificent links, a golfing sanctuary where the Atlantic Ocean meets the world’s most beautiful landscape and golfers wonder why they ever have to leave.

Situated nine miles north-west of Dingle in Co. Kerry, Dingle is the most westerly golf course in the whole of Europe. When he re-designed it in 1988, Christy O’Connor Jnr declared: “It has everything St Andrews has to offer . . . and more!” As that comment indicates, it is a traditional championship links course, having been carved out of the natural landscape. A burn snakes its way through the entire course while there’s an even bigger expanse of water nearby in the shape of the Atlantic Ocean. Visitors are welcome and the club has excellent clubhouse facilities.

Facilities
Bar, Catering Facilities, Changing Rooms, Pro Shop

Directions
Off the R559, 9 miles north-west of Dingle.

Advance Bookings
All bookings must be made 48hours in advance.





 

Dingle Golf Club

Dingle Golf Club Course Details
Holes: 18 Style: Links
Par: 72 Length: 6737 yards
Weekday Golf Times Available: Monday to Friday Anytime
Round: £££  Day Ticket: £££
Weekend Golf Times Available: Saturday & Sunday Anytime
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