The pleasures of golf in Morocco
Exceptional golfing holidays!
In Morocco, golf is a little more than a sport, it's a tradition! For a little over a century, courses have been dotted around the country: today there are 37 of them, giving you the opportunity to practice your passion in the best conditions, in the middle of splendid settings and taking advantage of the most modern infrastructures. Don't hesitate any longer! Go to Morocco to make birdies, bogeys and eagles!
Golf at the edge of the Mediterranean
The Cabo Negro Golf Beach, the jewel of the Rif
Designed by Hawtree & Sons in 1976 and redesigned by Cabell B. Robinson who gave it its current look, the Cabo Negro Golf Beach is nestled on the side of the Rif Mountains, facing the sea. Thick shrubs, dunes, flowers, water and hills dot the course which, from time to time, regains a wilder and more natural look with vegetation made of agaves and mimosas. It is open all year round.
The Saïdia Med Golf, a green museum
The first of the 3 golf courses planned in this resort, this 18-hole course was designed by the Spaniard Francisco Segalés, using an American-style design with touches of English style. All the infrastructures have been designed to ensure that players of all levels will have total pleasure. Eventually, 36 other holes should enrich this complex, which aims to become the golf reference throughout the Mediterranean.
The Tangier Royal Golf Club, an English spirit in the heart of Tangier
This golf course, the first in Morocco, has kept the natural and authentic aspect that its designers, Cotton and Pennink, gave it in 1914. The amazement begins from the club house's belvedere from where you can contemplate the putting green and the driving range and continues along the shady fairways of pine, fir and eucalyptus trees. And when you reach the green of number 5, the highest point of the course, you are rewarded with a dazzling view of the rooftops of "Tangier la Blanche".
Golf in the heart of culture
The Royal Golf Fez, when nature rhymes with sport
At the foot of the Middle Atlas, the architect Cabell B. Robinson has played with the whims of nature and the undulations of the terrain to design a marvellous route through an olive grove. The Royal Golf Fez is open all year round and offers tracks that wind between lakes and gigantic bunkers, the largest of which is 1200m². Created in 1994, this course is a whim that few players can resist.
The Meknes Royal Golf Club, a Moroccan architectural touch
History is still very present at the Royal Golf Meknes, the imperial city of Sultan Moulay Ismaïl. The murmur of the fountain adorned with mosaics, the walls housing a club house with, on the horizon, the roofs and minarets of the medina, are some of the charms of this course. In the garden, the aromas of orange, plum, palm and olive blossoms mingle.
The Royal Golf Dar Es-Salam Rabat, the cradle of the Hassan II Trophy
The Royal Golf Dar Es Salam in Rabat is a legend for golf lovers. Inaugurated in 1971 and designed by Robert Trent Jones Senior, it is a majestic course with splendid fairways winding between cork oaks, eucalyptus, palm trees, hyacinths, narcissus, mimosas, papyrus and Roman columns. A unique course where colours and smells mix. Open all year round, the Royal Golf Dar Es Salam is a course to be discovered and rediscovered.
Golf at the gateway to the Atlas Mountains
The Royal Golf Marrakech, a course of meaning and pleasure
The Royal Golf Marrakech was one of King Hassan II's favourite courses. It has also known illustrious players such as Winston Churchill, Lloyd George, Eisenhower... Designed in the 1920s by Arnaud Massy, modernized since then, it was built with the pleasure of the game in mind. In this environment with magnificent views of the Atlas Mountains, cypresses, palm trees, eucalyptus, olive trees, orange trees, apricot trees... An arboretum of 15,000 subjects stands majestically.
The PalmGolf Marrakech Palmeraie, an authentic and fun experience
Thanks to the exceptional talent of its architect, the great Robert Trent Jones Senior who designed the course in 1992, the PalmGolf Marrakech Palmeraie combines lakes, lush palm trees, greens and bunkers against a unique backdrop: the snowy peaks of the Moroccan High Atlas. This course, open every day of the year, is adapted to any level of players, thanks to the numerous tees of each hole.
Samanah Golf Beach, natural obstacles for the pleasure of the game
Samanah Golf Club is an exceptional course. A selective course, without unnecessary traps. The pleasure of the game is always at the rendezvous thanks to its natural obstacles which do not miss, between wadi, waterfall, lake, forest of olive trees and cactus, and which promise a game all in strategy. With the Atlas Mountains in perspective, this golf course offers no less than five different courses that any golfer will enjoy challenging.
Golf under the Moroccan Sun
Le Golf du Soleil, the refuge for golf enthusiasts
In 1999, Muela and Courbin designed the Golf du Soleil in Agadir, including lakes and waterfalls, combining beauty with difficulty. An atmosphere that unites the prestige of the golf course with the dazzling nature of tamarind trees, mimosas, eucalyptus and bougainvillea creating a play of light and shade in the wide fairways, ready to welcome passionate players all year round.
The Golf of the Dunes, a fantasy setting
The Golf des Dunes offers three different courses: Eucalyptus, Oued and Tamaris, which promise to triple the pleasures. They are the product of the imagination of Cabell B. Robinson who, in 1991, designed a course on this hilly ground, dotted with water points, on which golf can be played at all levels. A seemingly simple course from the outset to finish with a grandiose Par 5.
The Tazegzout Golf Club, a spectacular view of the argan forests
Located in the heart of the new seaside resort Taghazout Bay, the Tazegzout golf course offers an 18-hole course combining technicality and pleasure of the game. Designed by Kyle Philips, the course follows the natural site in which it is located, preserving as much as possible the endemic tree of the region: the Argan tree. Surrounded by a cliff which culminates at 80m above sea level, the golf course of Tazegzout offers at the level of each hole.