-
Golf Today - Over 80000 pages of golf information

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
golf@powerscourt.net
Share
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
G
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.
Map
Facilities
• 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
Advertise on this page!
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.
Course
Reviews

(Click here to send us your review)
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





Padraig Harrington sets sights on 2020 Ryder Cup Captain

Jim Nantz named 2018 Ambassador of Golf

VIP tournament experience with Golfbreaks.com International Pairs Championship

Charles Schwab sponsoring Colonial

World Rankings Week 16: Levy moves to World No.47 & tournaments roundup

More news




Alexander Levy boosts Ryder Cup chances with Trophée Hassan II win

Valero Texas Open: Andrew Landry wins first PGA title

Kirk Triplett & Paul Broadhurst win Bass Pro Shops Legends of Golf

Latest Official World Golf Ranking

Current European Tour Race to Dubai Standings

Current PGA Tour FedEx Cup Standings

Inbee Park returns to top of Rolex Rankings

Gwlady Nocera announces pregnancy & retirement

New activities to promote women's & girls' golf

Jenny Haglund wins Lalla Meryem Cup

Moriya Jutanugarn wins first LPGA title at Hugel-JTBC LA Open

More news

Rickie Fowler, Puma & Arnie Army to honor Arnold Palmer

Sketchers unveil 2018 GO GOLF collection

© Golftoday.co.uk 1996-2018 - Terms & Conditions - Privacy Policy - About Us - Advertise - Classifieds - Newsletter - Contact Us