Mount Atlanticus Mini Golf, North Myrtle Beach

Categories: Golf Courses, Outdoor Activities
Inspirock Rating:
4/5 based on 95+ reviews on the web
Mount Atlanticus Minotaur Goff is the one of the TOP miniature golf courses in Myrtle Beach with 36 holes of the best Putt-Putt at the beach. You will see unimpeachable evidence of a miniature golf island resort rumored to be 50,000 years old. They say it broke away from the sunken continent of Atlantis only to reappear in Myrtle Beach. The resort was designed by a minotaur named Goff. Come and you will see great views of the Atlantic Ocean from golf huts over 75 feet high. The 19th hole offers a “Lifetime Pass” to a hole-in-one shot.
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  • We spent a few fun hours. The course was fun and imaginative. It appears that they can change it up from time to time by changing holes. Nice idea! 2 courses for $28 wasn't bad and actually allows you...  read more »
  • The facility is in need of updating. We could see where the cup had been changed on several holes. The $10 price for one of the 18-hole courses is reasonable. 
  • We have visited Mt Atlanticus every summer for the past 4 years. Sometimes we go more than once. I love the quirky theme and the challenging course. The scenes are really unique and sort of magical. T...  read more »
  • Good clean family fun. 2 course routes. Somewhat stroller friendly but be aware there are several stairways with elevator access to upper floors. The elevators can take a while to access on busy days. Beautiful scenery. Kids love it.
  • Details: 3 female adults (age 22, 23, 29) Mt. Atlanticus was a hole-in-one! We chose the Minotaur path and it was a blast. The course design and scenery were beautiful (multi-level with waterfalls, ponds, tiki huts, and natural plants). The hole designs were a lot of fun. Each hole had a unique enough design to keep me interested. Parking was free. Military discounts available. Downfall: The course is popular so lines can form causing a wait between each hole but if you enjoy the people you're with and aren't in a rush it's no bother.
  • This is, without question, my favorite miniature golf course anywhere that I've ever visited. The landscaping is amazing, especially with the construction of everything into an existing department store building. The combination of in and out, winding up and down creates an incredibly unique place to play. Do not expect to score a slew of holes in 1 on your first few go-arounds but do expect to enjoy a one-of-a-kind setup. I especially like when I get to the top level and can see everything below. Both courses are a lot of fun. I've come soooo close to getting the ball into the 19th hole at least 5 different times and while that is far from the only thing that motivates me to return, it's definitely a fun perk.
  • First trip to Myrtle and this was our mini-golf pick. We really enjoyed it, was a lot of fun for our group. We chose the Conch path and it had many caves to putt in. Can't wait to come back to try the Minataur course...
  • This course was a lot of fun. However, I was annoyed that they didn't follow their "6 person maximum" per hole rule. There was a group of 8 high school/college kids behind us that acted like idiots the entire time and we felt constantly rushed. I've never seen adults act so ridiculous. Doubtful I'd return, even though the course itself was nice.
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