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Top 10 Miniature Golf Courses in the Myrtle Beach area

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The Myrtle Beach area is known as the Golf Capital of the World, but the links on the Grand Strand aren’t limited to the championship variety.

Myrtle Beach and the surrounding communities are home to some of the most exciting and fun miniature golf courses in the world, with the prestigious miniature golf Masters Tournament played each fall at Hawaiian Rumble Golf.

Miniature golf in the Myrtle Beach area is perfect for a family outing after dinner, a fun date with a companion or an all-day undertaking for the serious putt-putt athlete.

Many of the local miniature golf courses have discounts for playing during the day, and coupons so that a round or two doesn’t drain the family vacation budget.

Here’s a list of what we consider the Top 10 courses in the Myrtle Beach area, but certainly would like to see your favorite or one you think we might have missed in the comments section.

• Why it made the list: Welcome to Myrtle Beach’s only oceanfront miniature golf course that is not hotel owned. Putt putt your cares away to the sounds of the waves on this course that opened in 2013. Immaculate putting surfaces.

• Why it made the list: There has to be a reason it hosts the most prestigious miniature golf tournament in the U.S. every fall.

• Why it made the list: Kids and adults alike will enjoy the ride in the mining cart to the top of the mountain, where you will putt your way down through caves and waterfalls.

• Why it made the list: It’s location just blocks from downtown and the Peter Pan theme make it ideal for families. Spot Tinkerbell in the caves, pose at Skull Rock for a picture and sink a hole-in-one on the pirate ship.

• Why it made the list: You can’t miss this course that towers over the skyline near downtown Myrtle Beach. Spectacular views of the ocean (there are some steps involved) and a chance to win free golf for life on the unique 19th hole make it special.

• Why it made the list: Beautiful waterfalls, challenging holes and a nearby ice cream parlor, driving range and executive course make this option perfect for the family.

• Why it made the list: What better way to enjoy some midday miniature golf than to play most of the holes inside an air-conditioned ancient ruin?

• Why it made the list: The majestic live oak at the entrance, practice green, an 18th hole that descends more than 40 feet and caves make this a joy for children of all ages.

• Why it made the list: A perfect break from shopping at Broadway at the Beach. There are 36 unique holes with waterfalls, ships and more. Watch out for the fire-breathing dragon if the wind is not blowing.

• Why it made the list: You can’t miss this course with a full-size yellow plane towering over the courses, which have a Lush, tropical feel.

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