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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 kicked it up a notch,...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 Ballybunion or Waterville, but the humps, hollows and proximity...More
My wife and I went there to be on the edge of the European golf world. And that was our priority. But the course took us beyond the edge of our motives and we loved it. Wonderful challenges that were not punishing. And wonderful vistas...More
my husband golfed here, by himself, while i went on a tour of dingle peninsula with tim collins. the plan for our trip to ireland for my husband was 2 games of golf. after 2 long days of driving, dingle was the golf day! it...More
This was a pleasant surprise. We played on Thursday and the place was very calm. The sun was up and the wind pleasant. There are a lot of pretty holes. This is not a links course per se but plays a bit like one. Some...More
What a gem! The quality of this club starts as soon as you walk in. Friendly and willing staff and members find it so easy to make sure you not only enjoy your visit, but that you'll also have no problem returning. We played the...More