A short walk from the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk, Mount Atlanticus offers putters of all skill-levels two 18-hole tracks that wind their way through tiki-lined blue water lagoons before rising several stories into the air for some of the most challenging shots and best views of the city.
The two courses – Conch and Minotaur – offer similar experiences, with the Minotaur being a little more challenging and Conch having a friendlier place for the kids to maneuver.
Holes twist and turn, and there are several opportunities for hole-in-ones with or without the use of secret tunnels, and you’re also likely to see some Koi fish and turtles having a little fun of their own.
After you finish up on the 18th, take the stairs down to the check-in area where the 19th hole awaits. You only get one chance to try to navigate your ball through the impossibly-narrow gauntlet that is surrounded by water on all sides, but the pictures on the wall behind you prove that it can be done. It’s really no big deal if you hole the putt – just free mini golf for life!
Here's some other points of interest in the Myrtle Beach area near this location: