imagine a flat, semi green surface with a lot of brown flecks, little variation, no hazards, even no water hazards, except for a couple of enormous water reservoirs in the middle of the fairways, surrounded by numerous uncompleted buildings with silent cranes, (due to the crisis?..), that's the golf of Al Maaden. It could be that the rooms in the resort are nice,but I only enjoyed the food of the good restaurant with an almost nice view on the course (because of a big empty water fountain in front). After 9 holes the course became boring, very boring. And the silent caddies were merely carrying the bags of my golf friends. A big contrast with the professional caddies on the courses in Agadir!
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- In the heart of al Maaden golf resorts, a true medina to experience Marrakech in full serenity within only 10 mn from Jemaa El Fna Square, you can enjoy in full serenity the quietness of the shady narrow streets in front of doors opening up to the intimacy of invaluable Ryads…..Located 18-right next to an 18 hole golf course designed by Kyle Phillips, Ryads Al Maaden are the reflection of an authentic medina combining intimacy, refinement, design and elegance. ... more less
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