Designer Scott Miller has created the world’s first Floating Golf Course at Coeur d’Alene Resort, U.S. This golf course is created on a 130-acre park floating in middle of the Lake Coeur d’Alene, one of America’s most pristine lakes. The beautiful green area features 18 holes on the course with a unique 14th hole on a boat that moves around the lake and never stays at one place for more than a day, thus making it difficult for golfers to figure out the exact range of their shot.
The whole area is designed brilliantly providing playing range of about 110 to 120 yards for men and 65 60 130 yards for women. The green course runs on a computer-controlled twin-drum system that is capable of moving the entire golf course by moving underwater steel cable network. This floating movement adds more excitement into a playful game for golfers of all ages.
Other than that, the visitors can also enjoy scenic beauty of the park while walking. Miller’s iconic work has made it his finest creation so far, which not only provides a splendid architectural design for enjoying the game of golf, but also is an outstanding park with natural environment overlooking blue water of the Lake.