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# Mount Juliet

Last year
2022
# Business end
Mount Juliet set for exciting finale despite disappointing showing from Irish stars
2020 champion John Catlin set the early pace with the lowest round of the day.
# Reaction
Fox surprised to be leading Irish Open, tired Harrington aims to go low
The New Zealander carded a flawless 64 to set the pace at Mount Juliet.
# Home Soil
Irish Open: Crowds turn out for Lowry, Power and co. but unlikely names steal the show
Adam McKendry sets the scene from day one at the Irish Open.
# Irish Open
Power and Kearney leading Irish players at Mount Juliet, Lowry shoots first round 71
New Zealander Ryan Fox is the leader after his eight-under 64.
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# future plans
2022 Irish Open to take place at Mount Juliet
It will be the second consecutive year that the Kilkenny venue will host the event.
# Pay Day
The Irish Open prize money will increase to €5 million from 2022
Meanwhile the Scottish Open and two US events will be co-sanctioned by the US PGA and European Tours next season.
# Mount Juliet
Australia's Herbert claims second European Tour title with wire-to-wire Irish Open win
Shane Lowry finished the week on nine-under par after a final-round 66 ahead of his Open defence at Royal St George’s.
# Mount Juliet
Sharvin the best of the home favourites as Lowry and McIlroy struggle at Irish Open
Graeme McDowell also had an encouraging round heading into the final day at Mount Juliet.
# second round
McIlroy and Lowry recover to stand at five-under after Irish Open second round
Australian Lucas Herbert is the leader on -13 at Mount Juliet.
# Mount Juliet
McIlroy, Harrington, Lowry and McDowell to compete at Irish Open in July
‘I cannot wait to get back and play in front of the Irish crowds again,’ said Open champion Lowry.
# something different
It's always tee time at this modern mansion overlooking the Mount Juliet golf course
Number 2, The Waltons couldn’t be closer to the fairway – but also offers a private tennis court for variety.
# CONFIRMED
2020 Irish Open to be held at Galgorm Castle in September
The event was originally scheduled to take place at Mount Juliet in May.
# Called Off
Irish Open at Mount Juliet is postponed due to coronavirus
The tournament was scheduled to take place from 28-31 May.
# Interview
'When you don't make the cut people think that's failure but I know I'm good enough'
The42 meets Kevin Phelan as he prepares for a season-defining month.
# out of the rough
Mount Juliet's new owners are planning a €10 million revamp after 'significant' losses
Green fees are going to be hiked at the Co Kilkenny golf resort as part of the turnaround.