Ceann Sibeal or Dingle Golf Club is located on the Dingle Peninsula. It is the most westerly golf course in Ireland and for that matter, Europe. The course is 6,690 yards in length. Ceann Sibeal is one of Ireland's truly traditional championship links courses and is a real test of golf.
Every hole has been carved from the natural landscape of one of the most far and unspoiled parts of Ireland. The hand of Mother Nature laid down its many hazards, including a winding burn that twists and turns throughout the entire course, long before the game of golf was even dreamt of. The course is characterised by tricky undulations and swales, the very building blocks of pure links golf.
During the course of your round, the whole panorama of the Dingle Peninsula is revealed hidden bays with small fishing villages, glorious rolling mountains and the rugged Blasket Islands out in the wild Atlantic Ocean. The Ballyferriter and Dingle area is rich in Gaelic tradition with the Irish language still very much a part of everyday life, while the region is also blessed with ancient archaeological treasures, wild flora and fauna and a rich tradition of arts and crafts.