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.
Our Jack Nicklaus golf course has hosted a number of
high profile golfing events including the 2002 and 2004 American Express World Golf Championships, which
were won by Tiger Woods and Ernie Els and 3 Irish Open Championships. The course attracts avid golfers and many would view this course as one of the finest in Ireland. Mount Juliet House is an architectural gem, the main house paying tribute to eighteenth century craftsmanship while the 1500 acre estate is steeped in history dating back to the 15th century and includes the Mount Juliet equestrian centre, the famous dog kennels, the 18th century walled gardens and fishing lakes.