Colin Montgomerie, who signed the course of Marrakech Golf City, is one of the greatest golfers in history, in all competitions. Also nicknamed MONTY, Colin Montgomerie was born June 23, 1963. With his sporting achievements and his talent, he will remain known as one of the golfers that marked a generation. It is not only one of the most adored British sport but it is also one of the most decorated and respected golfers. After going professional in its class in 1988, he gradually pushed towards the European Money List to become No. 1 in 1993, a position he also will keep consecutively for seven years. In addition to winning the incredible palmares of 37 European trophies and more awards than any other British golfer, Colin Montgomerie boasts the largest record of trophies won during the Ryder Cup. Indeed, on 8 Ryder Cups in which he participated, he won five victories and a single in the record.
Designed by European Golf Design, creator of over 60 famous courses around the world and official supplier of the PGA European Tour, Golf Marrakech Golf City meets the international criteria. With departures in height, water hazards and varied greens, the course of 75 hectares offers outstanding technical interest and a wide variety of game for amateur and professional golfers. “The Montgomerie Marrakech” is an 18 hole golf course of 6230 meters par 71 that embodies the foot of the Atlas, a place of unique sporting intensity where you will take great pleasure in practicing your passion.
Group leader in the management of golf courses in Europe for several decades, Open Golf Club has established itself in various fields and industries including: Sport: golf is their expertise. Their courses are of high quality, internationally renowned European competitions -accueillant high Level- and suitable for all levels of leisure jeux.Les: relaxation, effective teaching, remarkable environment and gastronomie.La quality, openness and respect among their founding values. It is with all their expertise they will take over the management of “The Montgomerie Marrakech”.