The Golf du Soleil was first established as a 27-hole facility in the late 1990s, an additional nine holes were added to the Blue nine in 2006 to fashion a new 18-hole Tikida course, with the original red and yellow nines rebranded as the Championship layout.
In an atmosphere that is both relaxed, and passionate surrounded by the Moroccan kindness and hospitality, between the Atlantic waves and the sun of the Atlas, Golf du Soleil offers golf enthusiasts an extraordinary combination of sensations and well-being.
2×18 hole Golf courses with breathtaking landscapes and diverse game strategies
The “Tikida Course” (18 holes): Designed in the middle of an eucalyptus forest, by Fernando Mueller & Gerard Courbin, a classic design, you will develop all your strategic intelligence and use all the clubs in your bag.The Tikida (shorter than the championship course) course offers a slightly easier test than the Championship though some might feel it’s little unbalanced because four of the five par five holes on the scorecard are played on the front nine though it does conclude – just like its sibling – with a terrific short par three tee played across the small pond that fronts the clubhouse.
The Championship course (18 holes): designed in the American style with their great diversity ,it allows all level of players to find a golfing pleasure. The “Florida” spirit of the course design forces you to deal with several obstacles such as water, large bunkers and face slightly elevated greens. The Championship course measures 5,976 metres from the back markers and it’s a beautifully bunkered layout with distinctive banked sand traps and a smattering of water-laden holes. The par five 3rd is a real feature hole, dog legging left to a two-tiered green that also tilts from right to left. Golf du Soleil can boast of an international championship pedigree as the 17th edition of the Lalla Meryem Cup on the Ladies European Tour was held here in 2011. On that occasion, Slovakia’s Zuzana Kamasova became the first person from that country to win an event on the women’s European professional circuit