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Experience a golf hole like no other and test your skills on a world-famous challenge. The Coeur D’Alene Resort Golf Course’s famous 14th Hole, The Floating Green, is recognized around the globe as an iconic feat of engineering and design, and a formidable test for players of all skill levels.

The first and only floating, movable island golf green is a 2,200-ton marvel that changes position via an intricate, underwater cable system. Each day, this par 3 hole plays anywhere from 90 yards from the ladies’ tee, up to 220 yards from the championship tee. The standard mens tee typically plays from 140–170 yards.

Talk about risk and reward! Land on the island and you’re a hero. Miss and your ball will join the thousands fished out of the water by divers each season. Either way, you’ll never forget this one-of-a-kind, bucket list golf experience.

Are you up for the challenge?

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History of the Course

It began with a flash of inspiration—a man walking his dog, gazing out at a tugboat towing a raft of logs on Lake Coeur d’Alene had the vision for a golf hole unlike any other. In 1991, the first ball was struck onto the 14th Hole, the world’s only Floating Green, and co-founders, Duane Hagadone and Jerry Jaeger's vision was on its way to becoming one of the most memorable icons in golf.

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The Coeur d’Alene Resort Golf Course provides an unmatched waterfront golf experience. Designed along the shores of Lake Coeur d’Alene, it ranks among the best in the world for personal service and beautifully manicured course conditions. The award-winning expereience includes a 7-minute custom mahogany lake shuttle ride from The Coeur d’Alene Resort, over-the-water practice tee, personal forecaddie service for each group, use of custom deluxe golf cart and spectacular lake views from nearly every hole. With special events and exclusive packages, you’ll enjoy an unforgettable round of golf whenever you plan your visit.

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