Nakoma Golf Resort

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The Nakoma Resort is a golf resort in Mohawk Valley of Plumas County, California.

It features a clubhouse designed in 1923 by Frank Lloyd Wright at the request of the Nakoma Country Club in Madison, Wisconsin. According to the Nakoma Resort's website, the clubhouse's design was described as "the most unique building of its kind in America" by the Wisconsin State Journal.[1] The design was not implemented until years later, when the owners of Gold Mountain purchased the plan and constructed the building in Mohawk Valley; with the clubhouse opening in 2001. The resort also includes Residences intended to echo the construction elements of the clubhouse, designed by Taliesin-trained architects Martin Newland and Elisabeth Winnen.

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Coordinates: 39°46′08″N 120°31′29″W / 39.76902°N 120.52485°W / 39.76902; -120.52485