Social and solidarity action around the Hassan II Golf Trophy and the Lalla Meryem Golf Cup
During the 46th edition of the Hassan II Golf Trophy and the 25th edition of the Lalla Meryem Golf Cup, which will take place from the 22 nd to the 28 th of April 2019 at the Dar Es Salam Royal Golf Club in Rabat, the Hassan II Golf Trophy Association (ATH) will organize a charity event in the form of an unprecedented auction of artistic and cultural objects, as well as the collection of donations from Pro-Am players at both events, for the benefit of the
Mohammed V Foundation for solidarity.
For this occasion, prominent Moroccan artists and a Moroccan collector have generously donated works of art to answer the multiple dimensions of this project. The exhibition will present the works of famous painters such as Mohamed Melehi, Abderrahim Yamou, Fatiha Zemmouri,
Mariam Abouzid Souali, Mustapha Akrim, Larbi Cherkaoui, Abdelkabir Rabi, Najia Mhadji, and the late Hassan El Glaoui.
This project is the result of a partnership between the Hassan II Golf Trophy Association and Art Holding Morocco, and aims at setting up a bridge between the two worlds of Golf and Arts, reinforcing the involvement of Moroccan artists with noble causes, while introducing Moroccan pictorial art to international guests and tourists present at the event. Well known jewelers have also joined the event to offer jewelry for sale.
A fundraiser will also be organized for participants of the Pro-Am to open the Hassan II Golf Trophy and the Lalla Meryem Golf Cup on the 23rd and 24th of April.
Proceeds will be proportional to the numbers of birdies, eagles
and albatrosses made during these two days.Beyond the pleasures of playing, amateurs and professionals will be keen to perform well as it will be an opportunity to contribute to this global drive for solidarity.
The auction is spread over the duration of the Hassan II Golf Trophy and the Lalla Meryem Golf Cup to end on Sunday, April 28th at noon.
The participating jewelers are Passion, Diamand Noir, Azuelos, Guy de Puyraimond, and the Moroccan collector is Mr. Mohammed Bouzoubaa.