Golf Membership at Mount Juliet Estate

The world-famous Mount Juliet Estate Championship Golf Course was designed in 1988 by Jack Nicklaus, one of the greatest golfers of all time, and opened for in 1991. As you tee off onto our perfect fairways, you will be following in the footsteps of a long roll call of golfing greats such as Tiger Woods, Ernie Els, Bernhard Langer, Nick Faldo and Sam Torrance, each a former tournament winner at Mount Juliet.

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Golf Membership

Corporate Membership

Golf Membership

Individual Membership: €2,075 includes €250 Estate credit

Couple Membership: €3,850 includes €500 Estate credit

Family Membership (2 adults + 2 juniors) : €3,850 includes €500 Estate credit

Post Intermediate (24 to 32 years) : €1,325 includes €250 Estate credit

Intermediate Membership (18 to 23 years) : €700 includes €125 Estate credit

Junior Membership (up to 18 years) : €250 includes 2 complimentary lessons

New for 2018

  1. Dedicated golf clubhouse with state of the art facilities

  2. 30 Club Car Golf carts with i3visage player experience system

  3. Smart phone - ClubApp® for members to book tee times and access competition results

  4. New course signage

  5. Mount Juliet is a proud member of the prestigious European Tour Properties group. This is a network of world-class golf venues, all of which have either hosted The European Tour or have a close association with it. These are among the world’s finest golf courses and are located throughout Europe and beyond, usually convenient for major cities. Through a reciprocal arrangement, Mount Juliet Golf Club members are permitted to play any of the ETP courses for a preferential rate of just €35. For a list of participating properties please click here.

  6. The Paul McGinley Golf Academy©

  7. New Branding and Clothing ranges


Contact Us

If you are interested in Golf Membership at Mount Juliet Estate please contact Lisa Fitzgerald on 056 777 3060 or use the form below.


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