Myrtle Beach is widely known as the golf capital of the world, but if you prefer the miniature variety of golf, the Grand Strand has plenty to offer. In fact, each fall, the Miniature Golf Masters Tournament is held at Hawaiian Rumble Golf, located in North Myrtle Beach.
A round of miniature golf is a lot of fun for adults and children alike, and is the perfect way to spend the afternoon, especially during the mild weather in the off season. If you’re looking for a unique and fun mini golf outing check out some of these miniature golf courses in Myrtle Beach.
Address: 1705 Highway 17 S, North Myrtle Beach
Phone: (843) 272-5467
Professor Hacker’s Lost Treasure Golf is an unforgettable experience for miniature golf enthusiasts. Your round begins as you board a train which takes you to the top of the course’s mountain. Players wind down through a course that leads them near waterfalls to the finishing hole at the base.
Address: 1800 U.S. 17 Business, Murrells Inlet
Phone: (843) 215-1038
Runaway Bay is a 36-hole miniature golf course located in Murrells Inlet. There are two layouts to choose from, (one is totally handicapped accessible). A river, mountain and waterfall all add nice ambiance to the course.
Address: 1197 Celebrity Circle, Myrtle Beach
Phone: (843) 913-9301
Dragon’s Lair Fantasy Gold is located at Broadway at the Beach, a 350-acre entertainment and shopping/dining complex. The course features a 30-foot tall, fire breathing dragon. Players wind through castles and caves. Fun for the whole family.
Address: 2205 North Kings Highway, Myrtle Beach
Phone: (843) 913-7851
If you’re ready to take an adventure to Never-Never Land, then Captain Hook’s Adventure Golf is the right mini golf course for you! Players can choose from two 18-hole courses. Animated crocodiles, secret caves and a 15 foot smoking skull await players of all ages.
Address: 700 N Ocean Blvd, Myrtle Beach
Phone: (843) 839-0276
Shark Attack Adventure Golf is a unique, oceanfront putt-putt course in Myrtle Beach. It is also one of the newest miniature golf courses in the Grand Strand, opening in 2013. The holes wind around a lake, and a shark, rises out of the water near a fishing boat. There are fantastic views of the ocean from many angles.
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