A Warm Welcome to Powerscourt

Just half an hour south of Dublin, set in breath-taking surroundings of one of the finest estates in Europe, Powerscourt is one of Ireland’s premier golfing venues with two championship courses.

Our East Course has hosted the 1998 Irish PGA which three time major winner Padraig Harrington won in a playoff. The East Course also hosted the 2001 Irish Seniors Open. The course is surrounded by hedges, ancient oaks and beech trees and often the golf becomes second nature as the sheer beauty of the surroundings takes over. One of the hallmarks of the course is the contoured undulating greens.

Our West Course has been a qualifying course for many Barton Shield and inter-club competitions. It is the newer of our two championship courses. The layout gently ambles its way through the rolling landscapes of the 1,000 acre estate. The surroundings include mature trees, ravines and streams. The views of the Wicklow Mountains provide an idyllic setting.

The Palladian Mansion style Powerscourt House is the backdrop for the first tee and is rich in history for all those who want to further explore this beautiful estate. Those who do not wish to golf may explore the 47 acres of Powerscourt Gardens or visit Powerscourt Waterfall, the highest waterfall in Ireland. We welcome visitors from every corner of the globe and look forward to welcoming you to Powerscourt.

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Following confirmation from the Golfing Unions and Sport Ireland that golf is not permitted under level 5 restrictions, unfortunately Powerscourt Golf Club will temporarily be closed until early December.

During this time you can visit our new online shop for ‘Christmas Gift Ideas’ on our website. Gift vouchers for golf accessories, clothing, green fees and golf lessons also available and always a welcome gift for any golfer.

We look forward to welcoming back our members and visitors in the not too distant future. In the meantime, please stay safe and we encourage everyone to adhere to the current guidelines to help flatten the curve.

Gavin Hunt
Golf Manager