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It’s one of the best-known icons in golf: the Famous 14th Hole at The Coeur d’Alene Resort Golf Course—The Floating Green.

There is nothing ordinary about a round of golf at The Coeur d’Alene Resort Golf Course. Golfers arrive in a custom, mahogany lake shuttle and are greeted by a personal forecaddie for each group. The breathtaking lake views from nearly every hole ease the tension of the formidable challenge presented by the floating green. Award-winning, expertly groomed course aesthetics complement the experience.

The superb attention to every need and detail sets the scene for the ultimate round of golf—where every guest is considered a member.

The experts at Golf Digest, Golf Magazine and Conde Nast Traveler agree: this is one of the world’s most memorable golf experiences anywhere. Discover what makes The Coeur d’Alene Resort Golf Course a golf experience like no other.

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The Par 71 Course at a Glance

  • 6,803 Yards in length (Gold—6,803; Blue—6,343; Tan—5,914; Copper—5,436; Mauve—4,448)
  • Designed by Scott Miller
  • Encompasses 200 Acres
  • Course includes 4.5 miles of concrete cart paths
  • Bunkered restrooms are located beneath #7 & #10 Tees (hidden from sight)
  • Contoured course hides view of other golfers
  • Lake views from nearly every hole
  • Approximately 1,500 wildflowers, 4,000 petunias, 25,000 junipers and 30,000 geraniums
  • Bentgrass provides for a high blade density playing surface on the tees, greens and fairways - equal to that found commonly on other course greens.

Golf Course Layout

Designer Scott Miller's vision was a golf course offering a stimulating round of golf, immersing players in a pristine park-like environment. The result is fairways, playing from tee to green on a lush carpet of bentgrass, accented with beds of brilliant red geraniums, acres of junipers and alpine water challenges of Lake Coeur d'Alene and Fernan Creek.

The 6,803-yard, par 71 course boasts views of the lake from nearly every hole and is designed around four distinct geographic features: an expansive lakeshore, a forested ridge, gently rolling woodlands and Fernan Creek.

Former PGA Tour Professional, Chip Beck, called The Coeur d’Alene Resort Golf Course one of the finest he has ever seen, lauding it as “a course playable and fun for families, yet challenging enough to test the pros.”

See the course for yourself—take a virtual hole-by-hole tour, featuring pro tips and flyover videos.

Transportation and Luxury Carts

Two custom-designed, hand crafted Honduran Mahogany lake shuttle boats—the Eagle and the Double-Eagle—provide transportation between the resort and golf course. Custom-designed golf carts are equipped with ultra-comfortable seating, two beverage coolers, two USB charging outlets, sweater basket and a built-in covered waste containers (eliminating the need for unsightly waste receptacles on the course).

Lakefront Practice Area

Lakefront, over-water practice tee using floating golf balls.

2,400 sq. ft. putting green, 3,500 sq. ft. chipping green and practice sand bunkers. Certified PGA Professionals are available by reservation to assist with golf instruction and group clinics. Periodic golf equipment demos are occasionally featured the practice tee.

Forecaddie and Guest Service Programs

Experience the best the course and resort have to offer when you pre-book one of our popular overnight stay Golf Packages. One forecaddie per four-person group, each forecaddie is your private concierge to assist with raking sand bunkers, locating golf balls, maintaining clean clubs and providing yardage distances to the pin or any other points of need with accurate laser rangefinders.

“15-minute rule” per hole provides an enjoyable round time, averaging 4 hours and 20 minutes to complete the full 18-hole round. Your forecaddie takes on-course food & beverage orders on #9 Tee, with orders delivered as you finish hole 9. The Coeur d’Alene Resort Spa provides complimentary pre-round warm-up sports massages on the practice tee.