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Powerscourt Golf Club, East Course
Booking Telephone: 00353 12046033
Email: golfclub@powerscourt.ie       Web: www.powerscourt.ie/golfclub/
Address: Powerscourt estate, Enniskerry Bray,  Co Wicklow, Ireland

Powerscourt estate had been owned by the Slazeger family since 1961 before it was conceived that a championship course could be built here.

In 1996 that course was opened and quickly gained the reputation as one of the finest in Ireland. It cemented that reputation by hosting the Irish PGA Championship only 2 years later and the European Seniors Tour in 2001.

The course is built around the natural contours of the land which once was a strategic site for Anglo-Normas who came to the country in the 12th century. It was designed by successful Walker Cup captain Peter McEvoy to represent a challenging but enjoyable round for golfers of all abilities.

With extensive bunkering and some very challenging long holes this is not one for the faint-hearted. The fairways, however, are quite open and receptive to a powerful drive and unless something goes seriously wrong, you shouldn’t have to worry about losing too many balls around here.

One of the country’s most spectacular resorts you’ll really be spoiling yourself with a round at Powerscourt.

Facilities
Bar, Catering Facilities, Changing Rooms, Pro Shop

Directions

Advance Bookings
All bookings must be made 24 hours in advance.





 

Powerscourt Golf Club, East Course

Powerscourt Golf Club, East Course Course Details
Holes: 18 Style: Parkland
Par: 72 Length: 6900 yard
Weekday Golf Times Available: Monday and Tuesday
Round: ££££  Day Ticket: N/A
Weekend Golf Times Available: Sunday
Round: ££££  Day Ticket: N/A
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