If someone ever decides to dub a state as the mini golf capital of the country, South Carolina is likely to contend for the title. Myrtle Beach has already taken on the role of golf capital of the world, and given the rich tourism industry of the Palmetto State, it should come as no surprise that mini golf courses here are as popular as they are. And even better, you don’t have to be PGA-worthy to sink a few holes-in-one on these bite-sized courses. Here’s your chance to putter around at the 10 best mini golf courses in South Carolina.
Grab a club and take your pick of three 18-hole outdoor courses. The folks at Frankie’s take care to keep their mini-golf courses clean and functional, with each green and all the scenery looking almost brand new every time you visit. This fun park was too much fun to keep in Greenville alone, which is why the fun continues in Columbia and North Charleston.
This tiki-themed mini golf adventure sends you straight to a tropical paradise. With two 18-hole courses to choose from, visitors can enjoy ocean views while mastering their putting aim. And if you get a hole-in-one on the final hole, you win free mini golf FOR LIFE!
Ever wonder what it’s like to hang out inside an active volcano? This might be the closest you’ll ever come. Known for its iconic volcano-esque exterior, this mini golf course features 36 holes to suit every style, from outdoor excitement to indoor, air conditioned fun. But watch out! Every 30 minutes the volcano erupts with a fury of fire and steam—have your camera ready!
Challenging enough to favor all skill levels, visitors will wind their way around lagoons, waterfalls, and caves to complete one of two 18-hole courses. Look for the beautiful Japanese koi in the ponds that weave through the courses—they’re great company!
Myrtle Beach abounds with incredible places to bring the family for mini golf and Captain Hook’s Adventure Golf is among the best. This Peter Pan-themed golf course will delight your little ones and give you nostalgia for the classic tale. This is the ideal spot to have some fun after a long summer day.
There are two things you need to know about this miniature golf course. It’s family friendly, and it’s free. The course was designed with symbols and icons of Spartanburg, including hints of the Beacon Restaurant and their railroad history. Bring your own putter, or borrow one from several participating businesses in the downtown area.
Fulfilling his lifelong dream of providing affordable, family-friendly mini-golfing fun to others, the owner of Mr. Putty didn’t scrimp on the details, which is what makes this mini-golf experience worthwhile. From unique hole names to fun obstacles to well-maintained scenery, this course rivals the quality of larger franchises but with a personal touch.
This 36-hole course offers plenty of obstacles, challenges and fun scenery that will delight players of all ages. Head under the waterfall, through the mountain, and out the other side to follow the river that winds throughout the course. And when you’re done, stop by the onsite ice cream parlor to celebrate your sweet success.
The pristine landscaping here makes this course one of the most beautiful, clean courses in the state (and quite possibly the country). It’s got all the makings for a fun mini golf experience, from waterfalls to fun challenges on every green.
There’s a ton to do under the Big E roof, but the mini golf here is nothing short of exciting. Eighteen holes await anyone who dares to enter. The course is complete with a dangerous adventure theme and an impending volcanic eruption as you near the end of your quest.