His Royal Highnes Prince Moulay Rachid
The Hassan II Golf Trophy settles in Rabat for the second consecutive year while the renovation of Royal Golf Dar Es Salam, initiated last year, is going forward.
In addition to the upgrading of the courses, which are acquiring gains in quality in sporting terms, while remaining loyal to the design of Trent JONES; the infrastructures were renovated in conformity with the applied environmental standards following the conduct line always adopted by Morocco, which again confirmed its commitment for a responsible ecology during the COP 22 held in November 2016 in Marrakech.
Thus, in the next two years, the Royal Golf Dar Es Salam will be irrigated by processed wastewater like almost all the golfs of the kingdom which will allow 30% of water saving.
The purpose behind the upgrading of these courses is to attract a line of high-level professional players who will be committed to compete against the newly completed difficulties and, at the same time, to treat the fans to their best skills.
Today, Morocco is developing more golf courses throughout the country that will attract more tourists.
However, such achievements do bear some challenges and we have to take them up: young generations of Moroccan golfers must be trained, and mostly the excellence of our golf offer, from courses and infrastructures maintenance to the quality of the provided services, so that foreign visitors enjoy unforgettable golfing experiences. In this regard, the signature, in 2016, of a partnership between
Je forme le vœu qu’au cours de cette semaine, les professionnels et les professionnelles qui participeront au Trophée Hassan II et à la Coupe Lalla Meryem montrent le meilleur d'eux-mêmes et nous fassent partager de belles émotions sportives.