News Update: The 2020 Irish Open was moved to Galgorm Castle Golf Club. The 2021 Irish Open will now be played at Mount Juliet Estate from the 1st to the 4th of July, while the 2022 Irish Open venue is yet to be announced; read more here.
The Dubai Duty Free Irish Open will return in 2021 to Ireland’s Mount Juliet Estate Estate in County Kilkenny, about 90-minutes by car from Dublin. The Estate was originally scheduled to host 2020 Irish Open but due to Covid-19 quarantine measures in Ireland, the tournament was moved to Galgorm Castle Golf Club in Northern Ireland. Be there in 2021 to witness the best golfers go head to head in County Kilkenny’s Mount Juliet Estate. The last time The Irish Open was played at the venue was in 1995 when legendary golfer Sam Torrance took the title.
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Mount Juliet Estate is located in The Republic of Ireland's Kilkenny. The 5-star Resort is home to a Jack Nicklaus-designed parkland golf course that is widely considered one of Ireland's Top Parkland Courses. The Golf Course opened in 1991 and has since been turning heads, having hosted the WGC American Express Golf Championship in 2002 and 2004, as well as The Irish Open in 1993, 1994 and 1995. 2021 will see the best of the best battle it out for The Emerald Isle's biggest annual golf event of the year.
Irish Open Format
The Irish Open follows other Open Championship formats with a 1-day practice round known as the Pro-Am, followed by four tournament days. The tournament is stroke play, meaning golfers count their shots over the four tournament days and whoever has the fewest consecutive shots over the tournament wins.
Irish Open Fast Facts
Previous Irish Open Venues
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