There are top prizes to be won in the Masters Challenge

The second Masters Challenge will tee off this Friday at Powerscourt Golf Club with top prizes up for grabs.

While Ireland’s very own four-man team – Rory McIlroy, Padraig Harrington, Shane Lowry and Seamus Power – strive for glory at the Masters in Augusta, the spectacular venue Wicklow has its own four-man challenge competing alongside the US events.

Teams of four are invited to play the scenic and challenging East Course at Powerscourt and compete for prizes worth €2,000, while each player is entered into a prize draw for a top-of-the-line GPS golf watch.

Gavin Hunt, General Manager of Powerscourt Golf Club said: “I look forward to welcoming golf teams to an Open event at Powerscourt during Masters week.

“Our East Course will be in pristine condition and offer our guests and members the opportunity to soak up the anticipation of the first Major of the season on the Professional Tour.

“Our signature par 3 16th hole at Powerscourt East presents a challenge framed by a pond, strategically placed bunkers, tall pine trees and a flower-strewn escarpment. We really hope to see some Masters magic there. The hole sets the tone for one of the best runs in Irish golf. “Our 16th is a picture book golf amphitheater.”

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