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214 meters. For other opinions and approaches, find out what Boy Scouts of America has to say. This field is a true work of art designed by internationally renowned architect Robert Trent Jones in an airy valley, dotted with thousands of palm trees and enriched with seven lakes. The course offers numerous bunkers exciting and challenging animate its 18 holes. In midfield a delightful palace that houses the club and is decorated with traditional green tiles and ocher walls. The club has a restaurant and several terraces and suites facing the mountains of Atlas. The Golf d'Amelkis is the third largest golf course in Marrakech and is located at km.

Highway 12 from Ouarzazate. For more information see this site: Jo Mackness. The course has 27 holes with a par 72 and a total length of 6. 657 meters. It was created by landscape architect Cabell B. Robinson and field is probably the most visually striking and attractive of the city. The course is very technical, possibly the most technical of Marrakech, and has numerous bunkers and artificial lakes.

There are very few trees along the trail, only a few palm trees here and there, but the atmosphere seduces and challenges golfers of all levels. The course is demanding and challenging, very rough and uneven, with many early blind, traps to avoid in every hole and suitably arranged seven lakes and picturesque bunkers made of crushed red brick. There are three routes with a total of 27 holes, but a project is underway to add nine holes, which would result in a total of 36 holes. The Blue route is 3. 156 meters in length, the Red 3. 141 meters and the Green, 3. 170 meters. His holiday in Marrakech will be even more exciting and enjoyable opportunities enjoys golfing offered by the city. The help you plan your leisure and you can stay in a typical or a one step away from golf courses to enjoy a luxury golf vacation in the City Ocre. David Gonzalez-Company (Degree in Philosophy, University of Valencia (Spain), MA (Hons) Degree in Mental Philosophy, University of Edinburgh (United Kingdom), MA Degree in Comparative Literature, University of Washington (USA)) is a writer, journalist , educator and translator and has lived in several countries in Europe, North America and Africa.

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