North Myrtle Beach Mini Golf Courses You Have To Check Out

Are you headed to the South Carolina coast for a beach vacation? Are you going to be in the North Myrtle Beach area? Or even better, do you live along the beautiful Grand Strand?

North Myrtle Beach has many things to offer our guests and residents. Great weather, wonderful restaurants and lots of fun things to do! 

As the Golf Capital of the World, it’s not surprising that golfing is one of the area’s most popular activities. However, miniature golf also tops the list, and North Myrtle Beach has some of the best places to play. Each course has something different to offer—from Dinosaurs and pirates to a trip to Hawaii, there are so many different and unique places to play! 

So, gather the family and get ready for a little friendly competition at these top-rated North Myrtle Beach mini-golf courses.

Lost Treasure Golf—Professor Hacker’s Adventures

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Address: 1705 Hwy 17 S, North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582

Hours: 10 a.m. – 10 p.m., Daily 

Phone: (843) 272-5467


This location offers two fun courses to play. The first is Professor Hacker’s Lost Treasure. The theme is centered around Professor Hacker, a noted explorer who led two expeditions to the coast of South America in the 1920s. On his quest for Ancient gold and diamond mines, he discovered an old mining train built during the first world war. Here you board a train that will take you to the first hole at the top of a mountain and you play your way down. The train ride can be dependent on weather conditions. Your Adventure awaits.

The second is Professor Hacker’s Dinosaur Adventure. Professor Hacker was not only an explorer but also an archaeologist, anthropologist, paleontologist, and part-time taxidermist from the University of Chicago. As the story goes he had a love of hot air balloons. This adventure started when Professor Hacker and a friend took flight and were blown off course and crash-landed in a canyon. They soon learned that the area was inhabited by Dinosaurs and sent for help. The found the ship that was supposed to rescue them beached on the rocks. Start your adventure while passing streams and waterfalls. Along the way, you will encounter Dinosaurs, hot air balloons, and an 85-foot Steamship. Both courses are 18 holes of fun and adventure. They even allow you to play through or on top of the Steamship.

Paradise Adventure Golf

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Address: 301 US-17, North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582

Hours: 10 a.m. – 10 p.m., Daily 

Phone: (843) 249-7844


Mutiny Bay is a huge 36-hole, completely outdoor course surrounded by tropical landscape, rushing waterfalls, and blue Caribbean waters. If you are a Pirate enthusiast, this one’s for you. Each hole provides interesting information about pirates, their lifestyle, and history. The highlight of this course is a huge pirate ship. While playing you actually get to board the ship to play a couple of the holes that are located on the ship. If 36 holes are a bit too much there are two separate 18 hole courses you can play individually. The 18-hole Barbados Course features waterfalls, pirate caves, and hidden treasure. There is also a spinner game to add extra fun and entertainment to your game. This course is Handicap accessible and stroller friendly so bring the whole family. The 18 hole Port Royal Course brings to life exciting Pirate battles with special effects. And you are right in the middle of the action at this North Myrtle Beach mini-golf course.

Mayday Golf

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Address: 715 Hwy 17 N, North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582

Hours: 10 a.m. – 9 p.m., Sunday – Thursday; 10 a.m. – 10 p.m., Friday – Saturday 

Phone: (843) 280-3535


Mayday Mountain offers 18 challenging holes as you walk through a lush and misty landscape. For you aviation enthusiasts it also features Lockheed PV-2 Harpoon airplane and a Bell Huey Rescue helicopter as you make your way up the mountain. The Snack Shack offers cold drinks, ice cream and more. Relax on the shaded deck to take a break from the heat.

Hawaiian Rumble Mini Golf

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Address: 3210 Hwy 17 S, North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582

Hours: 9 a.m. – 11 p.m., Daily 

Phone: (843) 272-7812


Feel like you just landed in the Hawaiian islands as you play this #1 rated, 18-hole mini-golf course. listen to Hawaiian music as you wander through the tropical gardens. And to top it off there is a 40-foot volcano in the middle of it all. In addition to miniature golf, they now have baseball and softball batting cages. There is also a picnic area, subway, pizza, ice-cream and more. Spend the day and enjoy everything they have to offer. Both the Miniature golf and batting cages are open year-round.

Molten Mountain

Address: 1010 Vereen Dr, North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582

Hours: 10 a.m. – 9 p.m., Sunday – Thursday; 10 a.m. – 11 p.m., Friday – Saturday 

Phone: (843) 280-5095


Here you can choose between two unique and exciting courses, or play all 36 holes. Playing Pele’s Revenge, you will wander through a lush tropical landscape around the bottom of 50 foot active Volcano. It also offers a Mischief Spinner game to make your golf game even more interesting. Be aware that Molten Mountain is an angry volcano that erupts into a fiery, smoke-filled explosion every 30 minutes. Pele’s Revenge is Handicap accessible and stroller friendly. Lava Louie’s is one of the most unique and challenging courses. As you are guided along a path inside the active volcano you will experience Lava pools, smokestacks, and tribal artifacts. This course is indoors and temperature controlled. Both courses feature interesting facts about Volcanoes and mythology. Come enjoy this truly unique miniature golf experience. There is also a snack shack offering soft drinks, ice cream, and adult beverages. And don’t forget the gift shop to pick up something to remember your fun-filled day.

The Black Pearl

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Address: 614 Sea Mountain Hwy #2362, North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582

Hours: 10 a.m. – 10 p.m., Monday – Thursday; 10 a.m. – 11 p.m., Friday – Sunday Phone: (843) 249-8473

This Pirate themed 18-hole course features an impressive pirate ship on the last hole. Wander the boardwalks and hear babbling waterfalls and lively music as you enjoy your game of golf. The black pearl also has a great Ice cream shop, conveniently located on-site. After your game of miniature golf, enjoy some sweet treats and time in the massive 80-game arcade. Black Pearl is the ultimate mini-golf destination!

It’s truly not a beach vacation without a round of putt-putt. Be sure to pencil in a round or two with your favorite golfers at one of these North Myrtle Beach miniature golf courses!

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