- Published on Friday, April 19 2013 8:05 PM
Written by Jessica Covert
Posted by Mark Ruda
Branson Mini Golf Courses of Every Shape and Size
Families vacationing in Branson are constantly looking for ways to have fun together while staying in the Branson area. One inexpensive way to do that is to play miniature golf. Branson has a multitude of mini golf courses, and each one is different. From outdoor courses to blacklight courses, there are many to choose from.
Each of Branson’s miniature golf courses is centered around a specific theme. Some courses are themed around a famous explorer’s search for gold and diamonds. Others are centered around the pillages of pirates. Obstacles and environment work together to create a one-of-a-kind golf experience. No matter what the theme is, each of Branson’s mini golf courses is designed for families to have fun together.
Another one of Branson’s best miniature golf courses is Professor Hacker’s Lost Treasure Golf. Two 18 hole courses are available. Each one takes players through a course that features streams, waterfalls, and ancient ruins as part of the adventure. A mining car takes players to the first holes. A game of golf is $8 per person at Professor Hacker’s Lost Treasure Golf. For more information, visit losttreasuregolf.com.
A third one of Branson’s favorite mini golf courses is Pirate’s Cove Adventure Golf. Pirate’s Cove has two 18 hole courses. Each course takes players through the 18th century world of pirates with elaborate buildings, waterfalls, true pirate tales, lush plant life, and a full-scale pirate ship. Adventure is just around the corner.Each course is $8.95 per adult and $7.95 per child. Families can play both courses for $14.50 per adult and $13.50 per child.
Last but not least is Grand Country Inn’s indoor black light mini golf. This course gives families the option of playing 18 or 36 holes in a nighttime setting. An “Ozarks rainstorm” sounds off every 30 minutes, adding to the ambiance of the mini golf course. This course was named 1 of the top 10 miniature golf courses by USA Today. The challenging obstacles are nestled among streams and waterfalls, and everyone can enjoy their game. 18 holes of golf is $7.95 per adult and $6.95 per child. 36 holes is $12.95 per adult and $10.95 per child.
All of these golf courses can provide hours of entertainment for your family while visiting the Branson area. There are many courses to choose from and each one provides a slightly different experience for its players. When planning your Branson vacation, be sure to check out at least one of Branson’s best miniature golf courses.