In golf there are water features… and then there are water features. The Coeur d’Alene Resort in Idaho has one of the very best. With its location on the northern end of beautiful lake Coeur d’Alene, it’s the perfect spot for the 18-hole courses most notable element – an artificial floating island that holds the 14th hole.
Driving onto this famous green is always a challenge, not just because it’s a par-3 located in a massive lake, but because it moves! Being built on submerged tracks, a computer changes its location from 95 to 200 yards – and the green never stays put for more than one day. You could play this course for a week straight and never have the same game.
How to get out there without getting your pants wet? The small island is served by a sleek water taxi.
The golf course was designed by Scott Miller, originally opened for play in 1991, and has since featured in Golf Digest, Golf Magazine and others as one of the best resort golf courses in the US.
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