Coeur d’Alene Resort is all finished with renovation

Updated: October 1, 2018

The Coeur d’Alene Resort in Idaho recently completed a three-year $10 million renovation, which is sure to make your golf experience at one of the Pacific Northwest’s top resorts even better. The renovation included updating guest rooms with new carpet, improved lighting and furnishings, artwork, 4K-HD television and more. New beds were also put in all 338 guest rooms at the resort.

New technology has been upgraded in each room as well, including state-of-the-art charging stations for all devices.

On the course, new greens were put in place in 2016 after a disastrous winter where the greens froze and thawed three different times taking a toll on the bentgrass greens. It was determined that all of the greens needed to be replaced. The resort brought in T1 bentgrass sod grown at Desert Green Turf in Moses Lake. As you might guess, the iconic floating green was a bit more difficult as it required the use of a barge with a crane to hoist the sod onto the green. In the end, everyone is saying that the course has some of the best greens found any where.