Powerscourt Golf Club
Powerscourt Estate, Enniskerry,
Bray, Wicklow
Tel : +353 (0)1 204 6033 Fax : +353 (0)1 276 1303

Powerscourt House which dates from the 18th century has a golf club, 45 acres of gardens with the Wicklow mountains as a backdrop and is home to Ireland's tallest waterfall. Besides championship standard golf, Powerscourt is a popular spot for family outings. Caddie, trolley and buggy hire, tuition, practice, bar and restaurant facilities available.

12 miles south of Dublin just of the N11 south of Bray. Powerscourt is 25 minutes from Dublin city centre adjacent to Enniskerry village.

Further Information
For more information on Powerscourt Golf Club see www.po werscourt.ie

Course Details

Course Name: Powerscourt Holes: 18 Yardage: 7051 SSS:
An inspiring course in an inspiring location. Powerscourt is a free draining course with links characteristics. Built to championship standard, with top quality tees and exceptional PGA standard tiered greens, it is set in some of Ireland's most beautiful parkland. The course has an abundance of mature trees and natural features, with stuning views to the sea and the Sugar Loaf mountain. Powerscourt is simple and exceptional experience for all golfers.

For an appreciation and independent view of this course please see golfer reviews.

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  • Powerscourt

    wrote on: May 31, 2004

    Couldnt agree with Dave Swan anymore - one of the true great courses. I love playing it everytime - definitely one for the corporate days out.
    A veritable spoiling!


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Dave Swan 7/98

    Dave Swan wrote on: Jun 30, 1998

    Powerscourt Golf Club is an absolute gem in the exquisitively picturesque village of Enniskerry Co. Wicklow. The club is designed and resides in the wonderful grounds of the Powerscourt estate. The magnificent Powerscourt House, burned extensively by fire circa 1973, has been mostly restored and the gardens have to be seen to be believed.
    Back to the course.
    The views are splendid panoramic views of the Wicklow mountains such as Sugar Loaf, one of the highest in the region. The sea is visible and is circa 5 miles away near the town of Bray. The course is magnifiicent despite its relative newness. Many interesting holes and superb greens. Inland parkland course that looks like its been around for 20 years. All holes are excellent and can be extremely tough in the wind. When in Ireland, make it a 'must play' and its proximity to Druids Glen, the European, Portmarnock, The Island and St Margarets makes it ideal for that all important rota of courses to play. Course got a rave review in Golf World as was proposed as one of the best newcomers in he British Isles and Ireland.