Miniature Golf

North Myrtle Beach’s miniature golf courses are loads of fun, full of adventure and feature obstacles and challenging holes for people of all ages!  From jungle to pirate themes; to riding on mining trains through caves and ancient ruins your family will enjoy an exciting day of putting away!

Two major miniature golf tournaments - the Masters and the US Open of Mini-golf - are held here in North Myrtle Beach each year, but most folks just play for fun.

Here are some highlights of the local mini-golf scene:

Things to Do
 
MINIATURE GOLF

Home of the Masters and the US Open of Mini Golf, this layout features waterfalls and a giant volcano that erupts periodically throughout your round. Meet Pete the talking parrot in the clubhouse and have a postgame slushie.


This 36-hole layout is hard to miss thanks to a large yellow airplane that has crash-landed on the mountainside in the middle of the course. The Travel Channel named May Day Golf its top survival-themed course as players try to seek rescue and sink putts.


Players putt their way through exploding volcanoes and roaring waterfalls at this tropical-themed layout. The real appeal of this course is the air-conditioned indoor section for relief on those hot and steamy days and nights.


Ahoy, mateys! Draw your putter and prepare to duel with pirates as well as your playing partners at this North Myrtle Beach course. Board the clipper ship in the middle of the lake and make putts on the deck to escape the band of buccaneers.


Watch out for swashbuckling pirates as you and the family enjoy this 18-hole mini golf course. After the last putt, the family can enjoy ice cream or the 80-game arcade.


Try to putt your way around this 36-hole layout that is inhabited by prehistoric creatures. Follow the map and clues left behind by Professor Duffer A. Hacker to safely escape the beasts and board the 85-foot steamship.