The Montgomerie Marrakech

18 Hole Resort

The Montgomerie Marrakech

Avenue Guemassa (Route de l'aéropport), Marrakesch, Morocco

Phone: +212 5243-90644


The Montgomerie Marrakech is a beautiful course, boarded by olive trees, named after famous British golfer Colin Montgomerie, 8 times champion in Europe. It spreads on 63 acres and boasts a breathtaking view on the Atlas and the Koutoubia.

The Course

18-Hole The Montgomerie Course

Opened in 2014. Design: Colin Montgomerie.

Length: 6813 yards, Par: 71


18-Hole The Montgomerie Course

Visitors are welcome every day.
Advance booking is essential.
A valid handicap certificate or card is required.


Club Amenities

  • Clubhouse
  • Pro Shop

The Club

General Information

Founded: 2014

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silke 85 Reviews
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" could be better "

Played on 2/24/24. few people, disjointed but interesting. The care could be a little better. Some long par 4s - for the men! The construction activities could be disruptive, but you can ignore them just like the airplanes. From the height of the greens there is usually a paved path that leads to the next tee. There is no ball washer on any of them? Course in Marrakech. The low frequency on the pitch ensures that the game is played quickly. Personally, I'd rather spend €150 and then put up with 5.5 hours of playing time.

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Fred Sonnenschein 6 Reviews
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We played the course a few days ago. The place is overall in very poor condition. Very poorly maintained. The bunkers were as hard as concrete because they were apparently constantly watered but not loosened. Greens partially badly damaged. Some missing labels indicating where to go to the next tee, no ball washers, no garbage containers, no water markings, no distance markings. Due to the construction of houses around the tracks, there is a lot of rubble and building material, some of which is right up to the tracks, sometimes the paths go all the way to the next tee, through the construction sites and there is construction noise. The noise from the planes taking off at the airport right next to it can still be perceived as not very disturbing. Conclusion: the place is not worth spending a cent of green fees. Colin Montgomerie would probably sink into the ground if, as an architect, he were to see the square in its current state.

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charly44 78 Reviews
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Aircraft noise

A low-flying plane every few minutes. I don't want to live here, but you can play golf very well. We have never been on an 18-hole course alone. Overall, an interesting, well-maintained course with very nice, fast greens. If the aircraft noise doesn't bother you, like us, you should play here.

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