Mount Juliet GC
Mount Juliet – a course designed by Jack Nicklaus Design and the venue of the World Golf Championships in 2002 and 2004. It hosted the Irish Open in 1993, 1994 and 1995 as well as the Irish Seniors Open in 1999. It has repeatedly won the poll for the most beautiful parkland course in Ireland. Players with experience from the Ryder Cup, Walker Cup, Curtis Cup, and other respected personalities, including Tiger Woods, praise it. The course is designed thoughtfully with many challenges. Five lakes have been built and more than 80 bunkers have been strategically placed. Worth mentioning are the third hole with the necessary long shot across the lake, holes 11, 13, and 14 with greens artfully guarded by bunkers and water, and hole no. 16 with greens surrounded by bunkers and walls. An exciting game on the championship course.