Designed by Jack Nicklaus, Mount Juliet golf course first opened in 1991 with a friendly match between Jack Nicklaus and Christy O’Connor Snr. Since then, the course has established itself as a premier venue for top professional and leisure golfers from around the world. This was highlighted when Mount Juliet played host to golfing legends Tiger Woods, Ernie Els, Sergio Garcia and Pádraig Harrington for the WGC American Express Golfing Championship in September 2002 - and again in 2004.
Set in the rolling pastures and woodland of Ireland’s sunny South East, the course is both captivating and memorable. Tiger Woods’ declaration that Mount Juliet presented ‘perfect fairways’ and the ‘best greens we’ve putted on all year’, was a rich tribute to the stature of Ireland’s leading parkland golf course. With some slight extensions and new features since opening, Mount Juliet Golf Course has improved an already outstanding layout, in its ongoing pursuit of golfing excellence. Mount Juliet has been recently voted Ireland's Best Parkland Golf Course.
Mount Juliet Golf Club: Please share your stay experience
"Nice Golf course, good food" Played a round of golf with some lunch beforehand and dinner after in the new clubhouse (Jack's Bar). Chowder and toasted sandwich. Chowder was ok, sandwich nicely presented. We had burgers and the crummed cod for dinner. Both were very nice. All very happy with the meal.
June - 2019
"Loved our stay" Absolutely beautiful grounds, and rooms are top notch. We tried the golf, archery, and spa. All wonderful. We also wandered the property, which is beautiful.
January - 2019
"Brilliant Golf Course and Great Club House" Enjoyed a great round of golf in January. Course in good nick for time of year. Got a great deal of €40 for round of golf and bowl of chowder or soup.
Meryl_like - Ireland
May - 2018
"One of Ireland's best golf courses" On a sunny autumn day there is nowhere more lovely than Mount Juliette. The course is challenging and really interesting. Each hole is unique and if the golf is not good then the scenery of autumn colours compensates. The new clubhouse is terrific, food good and lovely crockery. Staff helpful and friendly.
diarmcaul - Ireland
January - 2018
"Golf Course still as good as ever. Immaculate" Myself an my teenage son played here the late August. I had played the course on numerous occasions but it was my sons first time. As most of you will know teenagers rarely give you feedback particularly positive feedback but this was the exception. It was the first time that I heard "wow this is class" , " could we do this again" and many more similar comments. We booked on the internet and went for the breakfast and golf option. I booked the breakfast option only because that was the only option available. I didnt expect much from the breakfast but was extremely pleasantly surprised that we got the full Irish with two of everything freshly cooked and top class. The course is always a treat and I was delighted that it was as good as I ever played it, in pristine condition. There are a lot of changes happening with a new golf building and a new coaching and development area going in in the area once used as the fantastic practice area and putting green. Shame to see these two facilities go but hopefully they will be replaced by similarly high standard amenities. I was disappointed to hear that the shop which I loved browsing in and getting a crested souvenir in was being shut down. Hopefully this will be replaced also.
Staff were great especially Francis in the shop. We paid €59 each for our golf and substantial breakfast which I think is great value for such a high class day out.