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Mount Juliet Golf Course

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Mount Juliet Golf Course
The course that Jack built. It was Jack Nicklaus’s first design venture in Ireland and a more challenging true championship test you could not find. The conditioning of the course is always excellent as was reinforced by the field at the American Express Championship 2002, Tiger went on to win that event. No one had putted on better greens that year and that’s from the top 50 in the world.

The golf course is the main attraction in the sporting jewels Mount Juliet has to offer, please see the Mount Juliet Hotel page for further information on what's available while at the luxurious 18th century mansion.

Mount Juliet is the first purpose built spectator course in Ireland, set out with natural mounds and undulations to help the onlooker gain a view of tournament golf. Again like its sister course at Fota Island water plays an integral part in the design. Its most penal when lakes and the River Nore are utilised as protection. This is most evident on the Par 3 3rd where a shot over water to a pin which can be over 200 yards away is asked for. It is a typical American parkland golf course and it one of the very best Ireland has to offer.

Mount Juliet has hosted the Irish open Championship 3 times.
Details
Mount Juliet Map
Course type : Parkland 
Founded :
1991
Par :
72
Yards :
7112
SSS :
74
Designer: Jack Nicklaus
 
Ranked No. 51 in the Top 100 courses in the British Isles 2002
 
Local Interest

10 miles away is Kilkenny City, a medieval city of 22,000 people acclaimed internationally as a centre for craft and design. Technology, Tourism, Craft & Design and food processing are the main industries in the county. Each year the city hosts a number of international festivals

Kilkenny Castle, one of the most magnificent castle's in Ireland was built by the Normans who arrived in the city during the 12th century.


Kilkenny itself is a famous county for hurling and its well worth seeing this ancient game. There is nothing quite like the national sports of hurling and Gaelic football. Skill and speed are a necessity. The games are thrilling, exciting, and fun to watch and even more fun discussing them in the pub afterwards with new found local friends.

85 miles away is Cork City. There is much history to be explored in Cork City, dating as far back as the 1st century

The sunny southeast has a rich historical past that recall the passage of the Celts, Vikings, Normans, and Anglo-Saxons.

 
 
 
Description
Ireland is home to many of the worlds favorite golf courses. From the delights of the famous such as Ballybunion to the pleasures of hidden gems waiting to be found, there is something for every golfer in Ireland...
Golf Courses
 
ADARE MANOR
BALLYBUNION
BALLYCONNEELY
BALLYLIFFIN
BELMULLET
CORK GOLF CLUB
COUNTRY LOUTH
DINGLE (CENN SIBEAL)
DONEGAL (MURVAGH)
DOOKS
DOONBEG
DRUIDS GLEN
ENNISCRONE
FOTA ISLAND
GALWAY BAY
K CLUB
LAHINCH
MOUNT JULIET
OLD HEAD
PORTMARNOCK
PORTNOO
PORTSTEWART
RING OF KERRY
ROSAPENNA
ROSSES POINT
ROYAL COUNTRY DOWN
ROYAL DUBLIN
ROYAL PORTRUSH
THE EUROPEAN
THE ISLAND
TRALEE
WATERVILLE
 
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