All roads lead to Thomastown, Kilkenny for Irish golf fans in 2022 as the Irish Open returns to Mount Juliet Estate – and tickets are now on sale.
Taking place 30 June to 3 July, some of the biggest names in European golf will take to the Jack Nicklaus-design course for four days, hopefully in 2022 bringing the crowds, the weather, and everything else that traditionally goes along with the Open.
That said, by the final day for the 2021 outing, it was heavy rain, but every element of the tournament still soaked up by local and visiting fans alike.
Now under the new DP World Tour umbrella, there’s a minimum guarantee of $2m in prize money, though that figure is reported to be closer to $6m for next year’s Irish outing.
The festival of golf begins on the Wednesday (29 June) with a star-studded Celebrity Pro-Am, followed by four days of unmissable action on and off the course.
A season ticket will set you back €140, or you can step in for individual days on the following rates
- Pro-Am €25
- Thursday €35
- Friday €40
- Saturday and Sunday €45 each
Tickets can be bought online – while they last – at EuropeanTour.com.