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Powerscourt (East) Golf Club

Address Powerscourt (East) Golf Club, Powerscourt Estate, Enniskerry
Telephone + 353 (0) 1 204 6000
Golf +353 1 204 6033
Website powerscourtgolfclub.com
Email info@powerscourt.net
Holes 2 championship courses West 18 / East 18
Length 5858 m
SSS 72
Visitors Both East and West Courses are open to visitors 7 days a week
Offers available at this course Open Fairways Golf Discount Scheme
Offer available Sun-Wed, all tee times are subject to availability. Please telephone club to make a tee time booking.
This course is a PowerPlay Golf official venue. Click for more information, or call the club to make a booking.
Societies Corporate, charity or society events welcome by previous arrangement
Green Fees
Course Designer The East Course: Peter McEvoy - 1996
Location Powerscourt Golf Club is set in the foothills of the rolling Wicklow hills and Ireland's beautiful estate, just half an hour South of Dublin City Centre, 5m W of Bray. Follow signs to Powerscourt Estate.
• Corporate hospitality days available/Weddings
• Golf Academy / Short game practice area with chipping greens and bunkers / 12 bay practice area with natural turt and mat area
• Luxury Palladian house, gardens, waterfall
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More about the Course Powerscourt was voted Top Parkland Venue in Ireland 2014
The East Course offers a testing and rewarding challenge for golfers of all levels. It has hosted some of Ireland's major golfing tournaments including the Irish PGA Championship and the European Tour Irish Senior Open.

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Set in what has become to be known as the garden of Ireland ie Wicklow Powerscourt estate is something to behold a perfect setting for a great golf course,we played the East course the older of the two on the estate the other being the West. still a young course 1996 it has the feeling it has been around a long time with it`s majestic oaks and beech trees and the impressive Sugarloaf mountain as it`s backdrop.Winter golf in Ireland is very hit and miss big time but the day we played 30th Feb2011 we could not of asked for a better day. The elevation play on this course has to be the best around stand on any of the par 3`s and you`ll find yourself juggling clubs to find the right one then do battle with some of the best undulating greens in the country. This course truly is a players course you have to be sure of your yardage`s or you`ll find yourself short on the uphill holes. No doubt I look forward to coming back and seeing if the West`s as good as the East. As for faults the greenkeeper must of had a heavy night he had!
the white marker`s on the green tees and the golfers who didn`t repair their divot`s and pitch mark`s. Highly recommend a visit.
Value For Money: Good
Mark: 8/10
Daithi February 2, 2011

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