Whether you’re a beginner or an expert, this golf club will meet all your expectations.
Practise your golf at a stone’s throw from the desert
At just nine miles from Rabat is the ultimate golf lover’s paradise, the Royal Dar Es Salam Golf Club, an apparent miracle of nature and irrigation in a land adjacent to the dessert. It is a green expanse rich with mimosa, eucalyptus, cypress and palm trees, as well as a carefully selected variety of flowers. The club is situated amidst a cork oak forest with over 1,080 acres of terrain, designed in the unmistakeable style of the celebrated “golf course architect”, Robert Trent Jones. According to the experts, it is one of the most difficult courses in Europe (and beyond) due to the cork oak trees surrounding its fairways, which indeed require a certain degree of technique. Yet beginners and amateurs should not dismay as they too will find zones suited to their level. You may even be interested in taking an instruction course. A select restaurant with views of the Japanese garden completes this luxury holiday proposal in Rabat.