Four Seasons Resort Marrakech launches first annual Golf Cup

Designed by the team at the Four Seasons Resort Marrakech, the annual Golf Cup will offer four competitions open to all guests

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The Four Seasons Resort Marrakech is set to launch its first annual Golf Cup.

Designed by the team at Four Seasons Resort Marrakech, this is open to all guests where players can compete in any of four designated events to get the opportunity to become the Four Seasons Resort Marrakech Champion Golfer of the Year.

The first round of this year's Golf Cup will be held on Saturday, February 17, 2018 at Al Maaden Golf, followed by Royal Golf in June, Noria Golf in September and Assoufid Gold in December.

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Points will be awarded to the players competing in the designated events, which will be the best Stableford net scores accumulated from two played rounds. The more dates the participants play, the better is a chance of winning. Winners will be finalised and announced during the Final Shot event in December.


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