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Mount Juliet Golf Club

This par 72, 7,300-yard (6,700 m) Jack Nicklaus designed golf course opened in 1991, and is considered to be one of Ireland's best courses, having been voted Best Parkland Golf Course by Backspin Golf Magazine in March 2008 and again in February 2010.

Feature holes on Mount Juliet Golf Course include the stunning 3rd hole, a par 3 from an elevated tee to a green guarded by a natural stream and lake ... one that golfers always remember.

Also the par 5, 10th hole with its copse of trees which tests the golfers strategy. The final hole, a long par 4 with water all down the left and a narrow approach to the green has decided many a tournament result.

The par 72, 7300 yard layout boasts rolling fairways, many feature water hazards and contoured greens, all superbly blended into the spectacular setting of this famous old Irish Estate.

In preparation for the WGC - American Express Golf Championship that was held here in September 2002 and again in 2004, the Jack Nicklaus design team instigated some extensions and new features to the course, showing Mount Juliet's continued pursuit of golfing excellence.

Other events at Mount Juliet Golf Club include the Irish Opens of 1993-95 along with the Shell Wonderful World of Golf match between Tom Watson and Fred Couples in 1998.


Opening times:

7.30am- 6pm, 7 days.

Directions from Dublin to Mount Juliet:

  • Take the N7(Naas Road)
  • Continue onto the M7, signposted "Waterford, Carlow & Kilkenny" which is Exit 11.
  • Follow the M9 and take Exit 9 signposted "Kilkenny/Stoneyford"
  • At the top of the ramp turn left onto the N10 heading for Stoneyford.
  • Drive straight through the village of Stoneyford and at the end of the village there is a fork in the road (at the school). Bear left on this road which is sign posted "Mount Juliet 4km"
  • After 4km, Mount Juliet will be on the left.
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