Golf de l’Ocean
Golf de l'Ocean is the latest golfing development around Agadir, being completed in late 2009. It's already matured into a fine layout though and a very entertaining one at that, comprising three loops of nine holes each that provide championship golf in a setting of true natural beauty.
Please note that a Caddy, Golf Buggy or Trolley is compulsory for playing on the courses.
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Golf de l'Ocean
Built close to the other prominent golfing destinations around Agadir - the courses at Golf du Soleil and Golf les Dunes - the development at Golf de l'Ocean is well suited for addition into golfing packages around the resort town. From hotel bases near the town centre and the lovely beaches, these three separate clubs are all within easy reach, and together form the basis of a fantastic golf holiday in Morocco.
We caught up with Ladies European Tour Player Sophie Walker who finished 6th in the tour event played here in 2014 to see what her thoughts were on this 27 hole complex:
"I played the Dunes and Desert Course during the Lalla Meryem Cup. Both feature raised tees, charming par 3's and tree lined fairways. The club boasts a terrific driving range and two putting greens. My favourite 9 is the Dunes as it has some great par 5's and very testing long par 4's. Two holes which stand out for me are the par 5 2nd on the Dunes and the long par 3 9th on the Desert course. We play this as our final hole on tour. It measures 170 yards over water and sometimes I need a wood when the wind is against.
Each nine differs in the fact that the Desert is very tree lined and undulating, it is less affected by the wind due to these factors. The Dunes is closer to the coast and noticeably affected by the ocean breeze at times this can really affect the length of the holes
My tips for playing the course are to keep the ball in play off the tee and make sure you take enough club when hitting to the raised greens.
I have been playing tour events in Morocco for four years and simply love it for winter golf in the sunshine. The golf courses are always in fabulous condition and provide a great test of golf. And the town of Agadir has some lovely hotel; I always stay at the Atlantic Palace and eat at La Scala restaurant."
- Golf Buggies
- Pro Shop
- Putting Greens
- Club House
- In House Bar
Typical links course. Good but some greens patchy and quite a lot of rough
Enjoyed going around another course but there was not a lot more Michael Groves
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