Par 72 / 6,200 metres. Designed by Robert Trent Jones Snr., this facility is a fabulously beautiful golf oasis in the middle of a palm garden. It is a wonderful walk and instead of a buggy, golfers should call upon the services of one of the numerous caddies, who will not only carry your bag for you but also provide you with tips on how to play the course. The course at the Golf Club Palmeraie is not difficult to play. There are in total seven artificial lakes that act as water hazards, the bunkers are filled with white sand from the nearby Atlantic beaches, and the trees, mainly palms, are not grouped tightly together, so it is always possible to find a way through them. The rough is not very heavy. The most difficult hole is the ninth, a dogleg to the right with water until the green. The highlight of the round is the 17th, a par 3 over a lake with an additional water hazard to avoid to the right of the fairway. The green is defended by two bunkers.
Par 36/36/36/ 2,948 metres/2,647 metres/2,663 metres playing off yellow. This facility was opened back in 1923 as an 18-hole golf course by the Pasha of Marrakesh and was reworked in 1933 by Arnaud Massy, winner of the British Open in 1907. This makes this course the oldest in Morocco. In 2007 the facility was redesigned and expanded by an additional nine holes. It is located at the foot of the Atlas Mountains and planted with cypress and eucalyptus trees, palm trees, olive trees, orange trees and apricot trees. The course is laid out in an English design with strategically-positioned bunkers defending the greens and many mature trees and palms. Over the years many prominent people have played a round here, including Churchill and Eisenhower, however due to its age the course at the Royal Golf de Marrakesh does have some weaknesses, such as for example its length, which is too short for modern golfing materials.
Par 36/36/36/ 2,929 metres/2,854 metres/2,962 metres playing off yellow. This 27-hole facility was designed by Cabell Robinson and is located close to Marrakesh's Royal Golf Club. During a round golfers will be rewarded by wonderful views of the snow-capped Atlas Mountains and keen caddies provide tips on how to play the course. The courses here are not difficult to play and are open and flat, however bunkers and sometimes undulating fairways give the course its allure. The course at the Golf Club Amelkis is only a few years old and the last nine holes were opened at the beginning of 2011. Despite this fact, the facility has already built a reputation and in February was the venue for a PGA EPD tournament.
Preise gelten pro Villa-Appartement mit 2 Schlafzimmer für 4 Personen. Bed& Breakfast Zuschlag 10,00 €. Inkl. sind natürlich Bettwäsche und Handtücher, ein Wäschewechsel nach 4 Tagen und eine Endreinigung. Zusätzlich zu den Logiskosten erhebt der Marrokanische Staat eine Steuer von ca. 1,50 € pro Gast.