The Royal Marrakech Golf Club

Course Type
Parkland
Designer
TBC
Par
72 
Slope
0
Rating
4.3
Golf Professional
TBC
Green Fees
Reviews
1

Course Information

ADDRESS:
Ancienne route de Ouarzazate, BP 634, Marrakech, Marrakech, Morocco
WHAT/THREE/WORDS:
Unknown
TELEPHONE:
+212 (0)24 44 43 41
DESCRIPTION:

Built in 1923 by the Pasha of Marrakech this 6,200 metre, 18 hole golf courseis the oldest course in Morocco.

Always maintained in immaculate condition, and arguably the most prestigious club in the region, it is one ofKing Hassan II's favourite courses and has also played host to Winston Churchill, David Lloyd George and Ike Eisenhower.

It is a course of extreme beauty with fairly narrow fairways winding throughcypress, eucalyptus, palm, olive, orange and apricot trees and with thesnow covered Atlas Mountains providing a dramatic backdrop.

Visitors are welcome,contact club to make arrangements.

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Overall Course Rating
3.9 / 5

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Course Scorecards

Course Tee Holes Par Rating Slope
The Royal Marrakech Golf Club Red 18 72 70.0 122
Royal Golf de Marrakech (Red + Green) White 18 72 71.4 124
The Royal Marrakech Golf Club Yellow 18 72 69.2 121
The Royal Marrakech Golf Club @ 2022 Yellow 18 72 68.3 123

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Golf Club Reviews

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THE course in Marrakech?.....almost!

This parkland course is supposed to be the best in town, it may have been, not now though. It is a very 'British' style course, almost as though the turf has been ripped out of the home counties and transported there. Mature trees surround the fairways, with a little water around and plenty of sand to trap you. The greens need TLC, but do run true.

The clubhouse appears to be the place to wine and dine, unfortunately, we only got to look at it when using the loos - but the food looked fantastic and many were using it (make sure you book!).

Date Tuesday, 18, October 2022