10 of the Best Myrtle Beach Mini Golf Courses

March 27, 2019

Myrtle Beach is a vacation destination full of family fun.  One way to play is by visiting one of the many mini golf courses. 

It’s affordable and keeps you entertained.  So, choose a course, pick a ball and get your putter aimed for a hole in one!  At these Top 10 Myrtle Beach Mini Golf Courses families, friends and couples can line up a good time.

1) Hawaiian Rumble

3210 Hwy 17 South
North Myrtle Beach, SC 295

Want to see how you compare to the world’s best professional putt-putters?  At Hawaiian Rumble, you can do just that as the course is home to the annual U.S. Pro Mini Golf Masters Tournament.

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Featuring a distinct island vibe complimented by a giant volcano (which rumbles every 20 minutes), waterfalls and Jimmy Buffet music, you can’t help but feel like you’re on vacation at this mini golf course.

2) Captain Hook’s Adventure Golf

2205 N Kings Hwy
Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
Play a round or two on Peter Pan-themed courses – Hooks and Lost Boys.  Elaborate theming includes skill caves, Hook’s famous ship, and lagoons with a certain alligator lurking.  Add signage and book excerpts to the course, and you’ve got a mini-golf course where the whole family will feel like they’re in Neverland.

3) Professor Hacker’s Lost Treasure Golf

1705 Hwy 17 South
North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582

Challenge yourself with more than just putt-putt at this course.  Players can solve a giant riddle while playing the unique course.  Start your adventure with a ride on an old mining train to the first hole, then collect clues throughout the course in order to find Professor Hacker’s lost treasure of gold and diamonds.  Along the way, you’ll play through caves, waterfalls, dinosaur skeletons and old relics of yore.

4) Mayday Miniature Golf

715 Highway 17 North
North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582

Step into a dramatic island adventure at this Myrtle Beach mini golf course.  You’re chartered plane has made an emergency landing on a tropical island – Mayday, Mayday! – and while you wait to be rescued you can play a round of golf in paradise.  Featured on the Travel Channel and named “Best Survival Themed Course,” visitors will wind through Mayday Mountain, under the wings of a big yellow plane, and onto Rescue Falls, where palm trees, cascading waterfalls and a helicopter await.

view of waterfall and lake with ship at the Mutiny Bay Golf mini golf in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, USA

5) Mutiny Bay Golf

301 Highway 17 South
North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582

Take to the high seas and make a splash at Mutiny Bay Golf.  There are two 18-hole courses to play – Port Royal and Barbados – separated by a large bay.  The centerpiece of the mini golf course is a large pirate ship.  As you navigate the course, watch out for the pirate crew hiding in the course's terrain.  Wind your way through dark caverns, flowing waterfalls in a quest to find the buried treasure of the mutinous pirates.

6) Dragon’s Lair

1197 Celebrity Circle
Myrtle Beach, SC 29577

Located at Broadway at the Beach, Dragon’s Lair is a nice addition to all of the other activities available at the complex.  The state-of-the-art facility features a fire-breathing dragon named Sir Alfred, which adds a fun sense of danger and adventure to your play.  Highly themed, the course is set in the Dark Ages and winds through meandering streams, through a Viking Ship and inside of castles and caves.  This is one of the best courses to play at night as it adds to the elaborate fantasy.

7) Mount Atlanticus Minotaur Golf

707 N Kings Hwy
Myrtle Beach, SC 29577

One of the oldest and most popular courses on the Grand Stand, Mount Atlanticus features two courses for visitors to try.  Mt. Atlanticus's mythology states that it's a 50,000-year-old mini-golf resort that broke away from Atlantis, floated to Myrtle Beach, and somehow lodged itself into the old Chapin's Department Store.  Located in downtown Myrtle Beach, players work their way through thatched huts, sea monsters, aliens and even Elvis as they aim for a hole in one.  By the end of the round, players will climb four-stories high to the ultimate treehouse providing spectacular views of the ocean and downtown.  There’s also a chance to shoot for a lifetime pass on the 19th hole


8) Jurassic Golf

2900 S Kings Hwy
Myrtle Beach, SC

Putt-putt your way back in time to the age of the dinosaurs!  The 36-hole course features two layouts – the Ice Age and Predator.  Visitors walk among dinosaurs like T-Rex and other prehistoric animals, perfect for kiddos who can’t get enough of these amazing creatures.  Waterfalls, volcanoes, and caves are just some of the many obstacles between your putter and the holes.

9) Cancun Lagoon

2101 S Kings Hwy
Myrtle Beach, SC 29577

Play your way through ancient ruins, including a Mayan Temple, during your day at Cancun Lagoon.  Legend has it a warrior named Pakal, who invented mini golf, is buried inside the temple.  Admire artifacts, waterfalls, hieroglyphics and even special effects like thunder and lightning as you complete the course.  Even better, much of the course winds through the temple, offering an air-conditioned miniature golf adventure on those scorching summer days.

mom and son on mini golf course during sun light at Shipwreck Island Adventure Golf in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, USA

10) Shipwreck Island Adventure Golf

3301 South Ocean Blvd
Myrtle Beach, SC 29577

Join the crew of shipwrecked castaways on this adventurous mini-golf course as they wait for their rescue ship. Walk along the lush pathways lined with tropical trees, elements, flowers, and more as you conquer your game of mini-golf. While you play, be on the lookout for the treasure chest - since the treacherous shipwreck, the crew has yet to find it!

Written By Ashley


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