Club History

Marrakesh Country Club is one of the great classic clubs of the desert conceived by Johnny Dawson who imagined a club of distinctive style and proportion that would echo the edgy style of Hollywood. Dawson selected John Elgin Woolf - famous Hollywood Regency designer - for the residences and club along with golf course architect Ted Robinson for the compact golf course. The result is stunning! Marrakesh is recognizable for its distinct architectural heritage, stunning panoramic views, and popular executive golf course often referred to as "Little Augusta".


July 6, 1969

On July 6, 1969 Johnny met with Elisabeth Stewart to lease one hundred and fifty-five acres on which she had originally planned to build a family ranch.

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In 1978

In 1978 all fourteen phases of the Marrakesh Country Club were done.

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Marrakesh Country Club is a private, member-owned club. As Full Membership is associated with residential ownership in Marrakesh, application for membership is automatically part of the process of becoming a resident. Membership is extended by invitation for non-resident memberships based on member sponsorship.

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