Friday, October 9, 2020

The Lost Treasure Mini Golf - North Myrtle Beach, SC

Professor Hacker's Lost Treasure mini-golf is one of the best mini-golf courses that my family has ever played. The entire 36-hole course is well designed and very well maintained. Each round begins with a short but enjoyable train ride to the top of the mountain where you will begin your journey. Many of the holes have a themed storylines revolving around the adventures of the incredible Professor Hacker. 

Professor Hackers - Dinosaur
Professor Hacker's Mini Golf starts with an adventurous train ride
to the top of the mountain where you will begin your journey

This adventurous putt-putt course is very kid-friendly. My seven-year-old son enjoyed this mini-golf course so much that we played both the diamond and the gold course, for a total of 36 holes. Do not mistake “kid-friendly” to mean “easy”, each green on this course presents some interesting challenges for the adults as well.

Professor Hackers Lost Treasure
Professor Hacker's adventures begin at the top of the mountain
and then continues through mysterious caves.

If you do decide to give Professors Hacker's Lost Treasure Mini Golf a shot, be sure to take advantage of the discounted second round. At the time of our visit, the second round only cost six bucks per person. I greatly recommend The Lost Treasure and I can't wait to experience other Professor Hacker mini-golf adventures.


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