To play golf at Mount Juliet is to experience up to 7,200 yards of visionary, a Jack Nicklaus Signature Designed Parkland, set across 180 acres of rolling Irish countryside. Magnificent specimen trees, miles of rushing river and verdant pastures all play their part, bringing sensational natural beauty to a course that is ranked among the world’s finest parkland courses and has played host to numerous unforgettable tournaments. From hosting a Tiger Woods-winning Championship in 2002, to recently being voted Ireland’s Best Parkland Golf Course by the Golfer’s Guide to Ireland and being chosen to host The 2020 Dubai Duty-Free Irish Open… We continue to both maintain and evolve a course that is eye-catching from the moment you step up to the first tee-off and unforgettable by the time you tally up at the 18th hole.
The course is complemented by both a clubhouse for all your pre- and post-game needs and desires, while the shop will keep you kitted out with the equipment and clothing befitting of a course such as this.
In short, it is easy to see why the course has captured the hearts of countless golfers around the world: from title-winning professionals, to well-travelled amateurs, to complete beginners.
Mount Juliet was home to the World Golf Championship in 2002 and 2004, the Irish Seniors Open in 1999 and the Irish Open Golf Championship in 1993, 1994 and 1995 – just some of the events that brought pros and fans from around the world to tread the same course you now can during your stay. More recently became the home of 2021 Dubai Duty Free Irish Open