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Lost Treasure Golf, Branson
(3.9/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web)
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  • We enjoyed playing on the Diamond course. Great "greens" and fun holes/obstacles. Scenery was great too. The view of the Branson Ferris Wheel from here is excellent as is the view of this golf course ...  more »
  • Me and my wife have come to Branson for years. We really enjoyed lost treasure golf course. We recommend it to couples or for the whole family. 
  • Professor Hacker's Lost Treasure Golf on Hwy 76 in Branson, Missouri is a ton of fun if you enjoy minature golf. It's also very easy to find...just look for the big yellow airplane that looks like it'...  more »
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  • Hubby and I really enjoyed the mini golf. This was my husband's first time ever playing mini golf and he fell in love with the game and had so much fun, he even won! The course is nice and has some challenges to it. The little train ride up is cute. Well taken care of and fun. Great for all ages and they have different clubs for different ages. The different color golf balls was nice to keep track of who they belonged to. The water and sites were fun and added to the golf course. I noticed everyone was having fun playing. It was also nice to see people of different nationalities and races all having fun and getting along playing together. It was a good night!
  • Even in the rain we had a good time. This is a fun course for the family. Nothing to difficult but definitely some challenging holes. Fun scenery as well. A good view of the Ferris Wheel which was fun to see at night.
  • Got there before they opened. They were getting ready and 1 guy was using a leaf blower to blow dirt away. The guy finally opened the chain at 9:05, but it says 9:00 on here. You enter under the train bridge. I paid $9 with my $1 off coupon. The train would need to do 2 test runs and check it out since it was worked on yesterday, so I went up the stairs and started on Gold. Train went by twice for test run, then started bringing people up. Nice course, went through some caves, around a waterfall that goes into a stream and in the pond. Little hard with easy holes mixed in. Had no hole in 1s, so no free games for the random hole. Paid half the price for my next game since I already paid the full price once that day. Rode the train around. He told me to get in car 2. It goes 1 mph. Best part was the cave. There were manicans and 1 animatronic moving with a gold pan in his hands. Took me to the top where the stairs lead and he went over the train bridge, around the corner and stopped at the station. Went to Diamond this time. Hard on this course too, with easy holes mixed in. Took me over the boardwalk over the train, through the cave, around the waterfall, around some interesting holes with pipes and winding bridges, through another cave that had a skeleton behind a door, 4 skeletons in a saloon playing cards. It was a nice place, no music though. Diamond had more theming and was a little better. Train was the best part. Loved all 3 caves, waterfalls, and streams. Very nice all together.
  • We played one round and during the round it started to sprinkle. When we finished we went to play the other 18 holes and were told that if it rained heavy we wouldn't get a refund. That was stated on the wall and it also said open rain or shine. We were then told that they the dinosaur course in turn was owned by the same people and we could get a discounted round there and they were open later. We would have had just a little under a hour to finish the round (40 minutes was hire long it took us to do the first one) but decided to give the other one a try. Get there to find out that they close when it rains. We would have played the second 18 but the two running the place all but told us to leave. I find it hard to believe that they didn't know the policy of their sister course.
  • I would rate higher but the operator in the equipment building harassed my parents if they were there to play. My mother politely told her she wanted to watch her grandchildren play the course and wanted to know if it would be possible to do so. The staff member told her that would not be available to her. My parents told me after my children and I finished there was a family come through and only paid for the children's entrance to the course. The only time I will return to this venue is to receive a refund. There are many other places in Branson to play mini-golf.