Ceann Sibeal (Dingle) Golf Club, Ballyferriter
(4.3/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • Nary a tree but plenty of wind, wildlife, grass rough, donkey, scenery, difficulty, burns, etc. etc. Great little course on the Dingle Peninsula. Worth a detour. 
  • 1st time 1st course in Ireland and I wasn't disappointed. The 1st hole got me after a good tee shot, I hooked my second shot into the burn. The front 9 was pretty fair, nice views, but the back 9 kick...  more »
  • Lovers of golfing outposts should put this on top of their bucket list. It's a remote, wild spot, but well worth the drive along the Dingle peninsula. The course doesn't have the high dunes of a Bally...  more »
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  • Great staff - although this is not a golf review, we had dinner at the restaurant (open to the public apparently). The dinner was great, but more importantly was that we were a couple of very lost tourists in a pretty rural part of the country. David, who runs the restaurant, walked us out and showed us how to get back on track, and even offered to drive us down to where we were going. Nicest guy ever - and a great meal. Can't recommend highly enough.
  • Course is always in great condition. Very welcoming staff. Beautiful views of Fear Marbh.
  • Not impressed, miles behind Tralee and Killarney.
  • Slice of golf heaven! Staff is wonderful and the course is in pristine condition. Very playable even in the wind. Highly recommend a visit in conjunction with Dooks and Tralee. This is a links course I could play everyday and enjoy every round. Can't say that about some of the more fabled courses in the SW that send me home beaten and battered. Ceann Sibeal is a true test of golf but remains exciting and fun. And that's what I play the game for. Now I need to buy a helicopter so I can get there quickly...
  • Drove down from cork on 13th of sept 2014 first time playing a proper links playing off 18 but you can still get a score down there even for a hacker like myself. Would recommended it to anyone to try at least once the scenery is just breath taking great deal down there called the shamrock swing ceann sibeal ,Dooks and Mahoney's point for 160 euro awesome deal. Looking forward to going back next year