Wind is also a real challenge in this field, located quite close to the sea. One of the preferred by golfers holes is hole number 15, a magnificent par 5 crossed by two streams and the last part of the path rises toward a blind green. Royal Golf of Fez El architect Cabell B. Robinson design this 18 hole course approximately 17 kilometers from Fez, in the midst of an impressive olive grove and with a spectacular view of the peaks of the Middle Atlas. Its long streets meander among the olive groves and ripple following natural accidents of the relief.
The architect wanted to satisfy the most golfers to visit this trail with ponds, trees, greens of various forms and giant bunkers (there is one of up to 1.200 m!). The route is characterized by being crowded perfectly positioned bunkers and which constitute an endless number of traps. In addition, the path Wiggles on numerous slopes, especially on the 18th hole, undoubtedly the most difficult of the entire path. Also, the obstacles of water are numerous and demanding, especially in the green of the hole number 3, flanked on both sides by water, and the dropping zones in the number holes 1, 3, 5, 9, 17 and 18 and that make travel a true gem. Royal Golf Dar Es Salaam (Rabat) this field is without doubt a living legend of golf in Morocco and the rest of the world. Classified between the 50 best golf courses of the world, its 45 holes delight golfers from all over the planet and make it the largest in Africa and across the Arab world field. In this course, designed by Robert Trent Jones, Hassan II is celebrated every year the legendary trophy and bloom spectacularly cypresses, Palm trees, eucalyptus, Cork oak, fir trees, ficus, banana, Papyri, mimosas, rosales, etc. The environment is truly sensational, dotted with wild ducks, flaming rosales and outputs of the ruins of Volubilis, Romanesque columns and whose par 73 is a testament to his power.