• The townland of Ballyferriter occupies a remote but very special and historic corner of Kerry. Sybil Head, Brandon Mountain, The Blasket Islands, Slea Head, the Pilgrims’ Way, winding lanes ablaze with fuschia, sparkling beaches are all very special ingredients in the unique and dramatic landscape.

    Amid it all sits Dingle Links, a course as beautiful as its setting. Dingle Golf Links is perfect for your golfing break in Kerry. We offer excellent golfing packages for your weekend break.

    Each hole on this glorious links 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.

     

    Dingle Golf Links Reviews

     

    "Christy O'Connor Jnr -  "This Links have everything that St. Andres has - and more!"

    Ronan Rafferty - “It was a delight to play such a natural links in such a beautiful place!"

    Links of Heaven, Irishgolf.com - “The most westerly course in Europe, the links itself is eloquent in any language, one of Eddie Hackett's most bewitching creations. The setting is mesmerizing, too -- with the Three Sisters rock towering behind the course, and the sea crashing against the cliffs just below. If the legendary giants of Irish lore played golf, this might be where they'd play.” 

     

  • Our History
  • Dingle is most westerly golf course in Europe. This magnificent golf links is carved from the natural landscape of one of the most scenic parts of Ireland. Every hole is full of undulations and swales, with hazards laid down long before the game of golf was thought of, including a winding stream that meanders through the entire course. As you play the magnificent panorama of Dingle Peninsula is revealed, hidden inlets with small fishing villages, hills and mountains and the great Blasket Islands out in the wild Atlantic. The Irish language is still spoken by many in the region which is rich in history and culture. Ronan Rafferty described Dingle very well when he said " It was a delight to play such a natural links in a beautiful place".