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Enniscorthy Golf Club and Enniscorthy Golf Course
Enniscorthy Golf Club and Enniscorthy Golf Course
Welcome To Enniscorthy Golf Club
Details Correct As Of 07/04/2015

Enniscorthy Golf Club - Enniscorthy
Address    Knockmarshall
   New Ross Road
Town    Enniscorthy
Postcode    Co. Wexford
Secretary / Manager    Sinead Fortune & Geraldine Lawlor
First Name / Manager    Sinead
Telephone     353(0)53 9233191
Fax    Skype:enniscorthy.golf.club
Club Website Address   www.enniscorthygc.ie
Email Address   info@enniscorthygc.ie
Course Information Line Telephone     353(0)53 9233191 (Ext) 7
Greenkeeper    Mr. P. J. Dempsey
Club Professional    Stephen Fitzpatrick PGA
Telephone    053-9237600
Fax    0863656713
Pro's Website Address   pro@enniscorthygc.ie
Pro's Email Address   fstephen@eircom.net
Club Steward / Manager    Mr. John Cullen
Telephone    0879695726
Fax     353 (0)53 9237637
Number Of Holes    18 Hole
Course Yardage    5952 mtrs (White)
Par    72
Yardage Markers On Course   yes
Changing Room Facilities   yes
Handicap Certificates Required   yes
Driving Range   yes
Soft Spikes Required   yes
Society Day(s)     Mon , Wed , Thur , Fri , Sat
Type Of Club    Members
Course Type    Parkland
Green Fees Weekdays    25.00 euro
Green Fees Weekends    30.00 euro
Green Fees Twilight    15
Green Fees Junior    15
Green Fees Society    Contact John or Sinead for details
Green Fees Other    Contact Stephen Fitzpatrick PGA Pro
Joining Fee    1000 (stage payments can be arranged)
7 Day Membership Fee    790.0
5 Day Membership Fee    450.0
Ladies Membership Fee    796.0
Junior Membership Fee    120 (currently closed)
Country Membership Fee    Discuss with Hon. Sec.
Other Membership Fees    Distance over80km 399.00
Membership Fee Information   No Information Given
Proshop Available   yes
Club Hire Available   yes
Club Repairs Available   yes
Custom Club Fitting Service   yes
Trolley Hire Available   yes
Electric Trolley Repair   no
Buggy Hire Available   yes
Lessons Available   yes
Course Planner Available   yes
Bar Available   yes
Breakfast Available   no
Lunch Available   yes
Afternoon Tea Available   yes
Dinner Available   yes
Accommodation Available   no
Twinned with Carmarthen Golf Club, Wales in 2007, when both Clubs celebrated their Centenary Year. From its humble and cloudy origins from a 9-holes to a full 18-hole course in the early 90s Enniscorthy Golf Club has maintained a progressive focus yet never losing its friendly country club nature. The historic Vinegar Hill can be viewed from the course on which several cannonballs were found between the fourth & fifth fairways during course work. This suggests an encampment during the 1798 rebellion and it is recorded that Bloomfield, an area of towns-land transecting the 17th fairway was the route taken by Crown Forces during the rising. It retained many of the mature trees as the late Eddie Hackett, famed for the design of many prestige courses around the country, always worked with what God provided. The last course revision by Pat Ruddy was finally completed in 2008 with the 12th and 13th bringing the golfer further out into the rolling Wexford countryside. The course management continues to evaluate the quality and condition of the course and are constantly looking at areas for improvement bearing in mind the environmental impact.
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Lovely views of the Leinster chain of mountains that divide Carlow and the Model County Wexford and the surrounding countryside can be viewed from several excellent vantagepoints on the course. In particular, my favourites are from the 7th, 11th and 16th. The nearby town is steeped in history and culture (and a few characters). Yearly events from the Strawberry Festival to the Blackstairs Blues Festival draw visitors to the many quality hotels with which the club has a special relationship with. The county town of Wexford is only a 15-minute drive southward on the main EuroRoute N11 and heading northwards is the Capital City of Dublin and many fine shopping towns en route. The clubhouse is a modern facilities with all the creature comforts but most of all is renowned for the unpretentious nature of the golfers and members that frequent it bar and restaurant. Ample car parking makes it an ideal venue for weddings and functions. For further details in this respect please contact Ian Noone 0872654764. Adult membership is currently open and is great value when we are all frugal in our expenditure.

Enniscorthy Golf Club - Enniscorthy Four for Three One goes FREE! Yes, get your four-ball out for the price of a three-ball. (Terms & Conditions Apply) For further details Telephone 053 92 33191 or Stephen 053 92 37600.
From Dublin: Take the N11 to Wexford.Bypass Arklow and Gorey, enter Camolin onto Ferns. From Ferns continue on the N11 to Enniscorthy. When entering Enniscorthy cross the River Slaney at Scarawalsh onto the first roundabout and continue straight on to the second round about at ODonohoes BMW & Mercedes-Benz Dealer Garage take the Wexford route. Continue along the N11 with the Slaney River and the famous Vinegar Hill on your left. Continue and cross the old bridge while keeping in the right hand lane. Travel on for 100 meters and then cross the new bridge (you have the right-of-way) indicating a left lane change as you approach the Abbey Square roundabout. Beware of crossing pedestrians!! Sharp left turn at the roundabout with the Post Office on your right continue on the N30 New Ross road. Pass the line of parked cars on the Mill Park road on your left and then the school on your right. Continue on a winding road at slow speed and navigate a couple of sharp bends at the old demolished mill. After about one kilometre, indicate a left-turn before the multi-junction. Hard left and indicate moments later for a hard right turn. Continue along this minor road and within a short time the entrance to the club will appear. Ample parking will greet you.

From Rosslare: Exit the harbour and travel the N11 through Tagoat on toward Wexford. Before entering Wexford town, take the first left turn off the roundabout and continue along the N11 towards Enniscorthy through the picturesque Ferrycarrig and onto Oilgate (Olyegate). Continue on the N11 for about 3km and keep a look out for the sign to Edermine. Cross the Edermine bridge spanning the River Slaney and be prepared to stop at the train junction. Continue along this minor road until a T junction and take the right turn toward Dunanore. Continue straight along never having to indicate right or left. Enter the village of Tomnalosett and progress 3km where the club will be sign posted 30 meters from the main N30. Then take an acute left angle turn and proceed along this minor road until the gates of the club come into view.

From Waterford: Heading out of Waterford towards New Ross on the N25. Depending on the time of day getting through New Ross and onto the N30 can be very time consuming. Cross the bridge at New Ross and go straight on through the street turning sharp left at the monument. Continue along Craywell road R700 with the River Barrow all along your left until you meet up with the N30. Continue on towards Enniscorthy going through Clonroche along the way. As you approach the outskirts of the town veer neither left nor right but continue on until Vinegar Hill comes into view on the left. Slow down approach the multi-junction while indicating a right-turn at Red Pats Cross (blind bend). Allowing traffic from Enniscorthy to proceed when safe turn right and proceed for 20 meters while still indicating a right turn travel along a minor road until the club house gates appear.
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