Wednesday, December 1, 2021

Professor Hackers MAYDAY Golf Review, Mini-golf North Myrtle Beach

From the highway you cannot miss the giant yellow plane, nor the emergency-orange helicopter hovering over the course. It is the one and only Mayday Golf! Professor Hackers' Mayday is located in North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, and it is one of the most iconic courses located on the strip. 

The course is well lit and exhibits a wide variety of decoration that creates an enjoyable experience for kids and adults. The owners and staff have done a great job of keeping up the course but you can tell that Mayday is an older golf course. Some of the greens at Mayday are starting to show signs of aging and there were several loose bricks which creates boundaries for each green. Also, most mini-golf courses display the hole number and par for each hole. A few of the holes on Mayday's Rescue-Falls course were missing. My family and I improvised and scored the unspecified holes as par two.

As far as difficulty, both courses at Mayday were fairly easy. It may also be due to the age of the course but many of the holes were on the short side. We first played Rescue Falls, the one with the large orange rescue helicopter towering above. If I remember correctly, I scored par on every hole. Not to brag, but I am fairly certain that I scored an eagle on a couple of the holes. After playing Rescue Falls, we were pushed for time and ready for dinner.  Therefore, we decided to play Mayday Mountain as a scramble (best ball) and we easily pared all 18 holes on this course as well. 

It may sound like I was not entirely happy with the Mayday Golf experience, but that is not true. My family and I were very happy with the overall experience and we were glad we chose to play this iconic North Myrtle Beach golf course. We had an enjoyable evening and we took full advantage of the many opportunities for a family photo. Click below to read the full review of Professor Hackers, The Lost Treasure!

Full review of Professor Hackers, The Lost Treasure  

Mayday is a great mini-golf course, but when compared to another of Professor Hackers North Myrtle beach courses, Mayday comes up short. 


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