An award winning course, Coeur d’Alene spares no expense to treat each golfer to the most elegant round he or she may ever play.

Be prepared to be pampered at this luxurious course best known for its famous floating 14th hole. Encompassing over 200 acres, this immaculate course is designed with attention to detail. In addition to over 60,000 flowers, there is a view of the lake from every hole. The contoured course design prevents golfers from seeing those playing on other holes.

A VIP treatment awaits everyone who plays Couer d’Alene; golfers receive a personal forecaddie and luxury custom cart.

At 6,800 yards, the course prevents a challenge – especially on the floating 14th hole. This moving, man-made island can make you a legend among your friends if you can stick your tee shot on the green. A handcrafted, Honduran mahogany water taxi transports golfers across the water to the floating green.

  • #20 America’s Top 50 Courses for Women – Golf Digest Magazine
  • Top 20 in the Continental U.S. World’s Best Awards – Travel + Leisure – Links Magazine
  • Top 100 Greatest Courses – Golf Digest Magazine
  • Best Resort Courses – Golfweek Magazine
  • Top 100 Best Resort Courses – Golfweek Magazine
  • Ranked Top 20 America’s Most Fun Public Courses – Golf Digest Magazine
  • Top 100 Public Golf Courses in America – Golf Digest Magazine
  • Five Star Resort – Golfweek Magazine
  • Gold Medal Award Winner – Golf Magazine
  • America’s Most Beautiful Resort Golf Course – Golf Digest Magazine
  • America Best Conditioned Course – Golf Magazine
  • One of the World’s Top Golf Resorts – Golf Odyssey
  • Top rated Golf Resort for Service – Zagat Survey
  • Top 14 Golf Resort in the U.S – Zagat Survey
  • Selected among the top 25 Golf Courses in the World – Conde Nast Traveler
  • One of top 20 Golf Resorts in the world – Golf Odyssey
  • Site of the 1992 Merrill Lynch PGA Tour Shoot-out and the 1995 Bank of America Quarterback Classic
Couer D’alene Resort
115 S. 2nd Street, Coeur d’Alene, Idaho 83814

(855) 999-7998
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