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Golf Amelkis

Precision putting and a kasbah-clubhouse

The memorable 27 holes at Amelkis were designed by Cabell B Robinson, right-hand man to master architect Robert Trent Jones for nearly 20 years. Featuring numerous water hazards and abundant, sprawling bunkers, the course demands precision and rewards considered shotmaking. Joined by a golf academy and kasbah-style clubhouse, the course can be played alongside nearby Royal Golf Club, Morocco’s oldest course, as well as Al Maaden.


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