One of the world's best places to play


Morocco is one of the hottest destinations in the world for golf holidays. Millions of dollars have been invested over the last few years, giving you dozens of top golf courses around the kingdom to play on. Coupled with Morocco’s great climate, easy accessibility and exotic but welcoming nature it's no surprise that golfers from around the world are flocking to the country and bringing their clubs with them.

There are courses in all the main cities: Marrakech, Agadir, Rabat, Casablanca, Tangiers and Fez, and many more world class courses across the country. Top international designers such as Gary Player, Kyle Phillips and Jack Nicklaus have been brought in to sculpt these courses, ensuring that they are not only challenging and fun, but also that they make the most of their unique Moroccan location. It’s not just the courses that are world class; the facilities and infrastructure are in place too with amazing golf resorts, knowledgeable caddies and top instructors all available to make your golfing stay one to remember, whatever your score.

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  • Agadir Golf
  • Casablanca Golf
  • Essaouira Golf
  • Fez Golf
  • Lixus Golf
  • Marrakech Golf
  • Mazagan Golf
  • Meknes Golf
  • Rabat Golf
  • Saïdia Golf
  • Tamuda Bay Golf
  • Tangier Golf

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Water hazard on the Golf Royal Marrakech

Golf Holidays in Morocco

Morocco is fast becoming one of the world’s top destinations for golfing holidays. Around three hours’ flight from the UK, the combination of world-class courses, friendly people, blue skies and summer weather all year round is an absolute winner. Some of the world’s top golf-course architects have worked their landscaping magic in Morocco. Gary Player,…

Water hazard on the Golf Royal Marrakech

Winter Golf, Morocco Style

Why let your golf game go into hibernation, when you can be in Morocco playing on some of the best courses in the world this winter? There are three types of winter golfer. The first sadly consign their clubs to the cupboard until the spring rolls around, looking wistfully out of the window as driving…