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Hawaiian Rumble Adventure Golf, Orlando

Categories: Entertainment Centers, Fun & Games
Inspirock Rating:
1.7/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web
Two great locations!

8969 International Drive is a Hawaiian Theme with 2 different courses to play!

13529 Apopka-Vineland Rd has an active Volcano and 2 different courses to play!
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  • We had a great time on this 2 course mini golf and the second game was free. At 9.95 for the bogo games we found this a great deal!! 
  • We played one evening and literally had to fight off the bugs. They also refused to honour a coupon. Would not recommend this at all. 
  • Going after dinning in nearby Cici's pizza and enjoy the time there. Don't forget to bring Cici's receipt for a discount. 
  • :We visit this shop every time we are in Orlando because it is one of the few places that sells Hershey's hand-dipped ice cream (a personal favorite). Nice little gift shop. This year we decided to try out the mini-golf. It was a fund experience, and we had a good time. The course needs to be repaired. Several areas where the turf is really worn and full of holes. For the most part, the employees are pleasant, with the exception of the older woman that currently works there. The first night, she told us she knew nothing about Groupon and would not honor it because there was a line of people ( except there wasn't anyone waiting)!! Very rude lady, but fortunately, one of the other employees overheard the conversation and was familiar with the Groupon and let us play. The second night we went back to I-Drive to hang out and went back to the Hawaiian Rumble to get ice cream. It was 9:30pm on a Monday ( store hours are until 11pm every night) and I-Drive was packed as usual. However the doors to Hawaiian Rumble were locked. We could clearly see the older lady inside, but she ignored us initially, then looked at us and waived us away!! There were a line of people outside waiting to get in. So I called them on the phone to ask why the doors were locked, the employee answered and said they close early when they have a "slow" night!!! I am not sure what their definition of slow is - but about 15 people came up just in the 10 minutes we were standing there!! I understand closing if business is slow, but the rudeness of the older female employee was not necessary. This was two nights in a row that she was extremely nasty and unwilling to provide any level of customer service. If she is unhappy or too tired to work in such a populated area full of tourists, perhaps she should find another job!
  • I went into the course with no expectations, but I was in a good mood and ready for a fun game of mini-golf. Having recently played several mini-golf courses in the area, however, it was pale in comparison. I only played the two mini-golf courses, so I can't comment on the arcade or anything, and this will be strictly about the mini-golf. As a whole, the course was well-designed, with many unique and interesting holes. This applied to the first more than the second, as the second course was much less interesting. However, the number one problem with the actual play of the courses was the complete lack of maintenance. The carpet was torn or missing in many, many places, poorly replaced in others, and generally of poor quality. The walls were brick, however there were large gaps in between each brick, causing highly erratic bounces. There were many logs or rocks inserted into the ground which all shared the same problem, meaning that it was impossible to reliably bounce a ball off any wall in probably 32 of the 36 holes. The poor maintenance was so severe in some places that the holes were rendered unplayable. In many places with simulated sand, the carpet was separated by several inches or completely missing, so that the players in my group would simply take a drop if we went in. The fence on one hole was so bad that a partner's ball simply went under it and into the water, even though the water was not part of the hole. It was irretrievable. On the second course, the carpet was in such poor condition that it was nigh impossible to reach the cup, even for experienced players. Obviously, given the condition of the course, it wasn't too pretty. It wasn't hideous, but it looked like it hadn't been refurbished in years. The water was brown and disgusting, and there was an artificial river running through the course that had simply dried up. However, the general decorations and such were decent looking, so it didn't feel dirty or anything, just old. Overall, the first course was a decent experience, while the second was a big disappointment. I paid just under $40 for 5 rounds (3 people on the first course, 2 on the second, with a coupon on their website), coming out to under $8 a per. I give 4/5 stars to the first course, but only 2/5 to the second. I recommend the first one for a cheap night of fun, but I wouldn't recommend the second to anyone.
  • The mini golf courses are in the worst condition of any golf course I've seen or used in Central Florida. A large portion of the water features don't even function. Almost every hole has some portion of the green missing. The only person working lacked every customer service skill imaginal. Additionally due to the water not being taken care of the entire course funny. You might describe the smell of us having a hint of urine. I will not be revisiting this location nor would I recommend it for others.
  • The decorations good and realistic. good and safe family environment. Good customer service. Nothing inappropriate.
  • Seriously the most POS mini-golf in the world.
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