Spectacular is the only way to describe this miniature golf course. Home of the Masters of Miniature Golf, it was featured in ... More
Hawaiian Rumble Golf
Spectacular is the only way to describe this miniature golf course. Home of the Masters of Miniature Golf, it was featured in the movie Chasers and written up in Southern Living and US Air's Inflight Magazine. The course is very challenging and exciting, but could be frightening to young children. It is landscaped around the 40-foot lava rock volcano, which erupts and trembles every 20 minutes. The cost is USD 7 and there are special rates for children. Cash only; credit cards not accepted.
As much as this course is touted, for us it was a letdown. Although it is landscaped nicely, the holes are fairly straightforward and it is not difficult to score a par on any of them. The "volcano" was hardly that. Every twenty minutes or so a burst of fire comes out the top and only lasts for about 2 or 3 seconds (I am not exaggerating) - that's it. Not very exciting at all. There were other courses in the area that looked more interesting; I would definitely not go back to this one again.
I really liked everything about this place! It was awesome. I played with my family& friends. We loved the volcano that shot out fire. Some holes were challenging, some were easy. This course has a great location. (Myrtle Beach,SC). If you've just finished a day trip to Myrtle Beach, and if your heading north, this is a great place to be. The best time to come here is sunset.
Hawaiian Rumble is a very cool course with beautiful landscaping. Some of the holes are pretty easy for a hole-in-one. It was very cool to say that we played where the pros do. Nice people, good clubs, wonderful turf.
I'm a real mini-golf fan I guess you could say. I've played lots of courses in lots of towns.
This was just one of those run of the mill, knock a ball into a hole, no thrills type of courses.
It was clean, the game play was quick, and the volcano was actually working while we were there. It just needs a little something more to spice it up a bit.
Great place for families who are looking for a good way to have fun together.
Pro's: holes easy to understand with a good range of difficulties. Attractive landscaping with limited commercial presence. Music at a reasonable volume. Clean, including washrooms.
Con's: holes a little boring (no water or sand hazards, no multi-level holes, no moving parts). unfriendly -- almost surly -- staff. Don't take credit cards.
It was fine, but there are almost certainly mini golf courses in Myrtle Beach that are more fun.
average putt putt course, but with a lot of extra people. Course is advertised on the street as the top course, so it is more crowded than some others. It was not anything special and my daughter was devastated that not once during our 18holes did the volcano fire up. I don't think it even works anymore. It did serve its purpose though. In all fairness it didn't add to our experience that a pregnant girl in the group ahead of us kept throwing up on the side. This was not the fault of the establishment, but did contribute to our disappointment.
What a joke! Rename this course sand-flea cove! Cash only, no Amex etc., the "rumble" could be mistaken for a distant motorcycle, the holes were average at best, they allowed a group of 10 to play on the same hole in front of us, the "flame" looked like a lighter, and if you like smoking on the course around your kids this is the place for you! Play Mayday up the road, 36 holes, friendly people, 2nd round cost $2, clean, nice course, they take credit cards, and no smoking!
We played mini golf at Hawaiian Rumble July 2006. We chose Hawaiian Rumble because of its popularity and high ratings as the #1 miniature golf course in the world.
We did receive lei's upon arrival and the course is very nicely landscaped with tropical foliage. Each course has a Hawaiian name. It was busy when we were there and unlike other mini golf courses that have 2 courses to play, Hawaiian Rumble only had one.
The large volcano in the center of the course is impressive, but it did not rumble nor did any flames come out of it--this was disappointing.
In my opinion Hawaiian Rumble was average. My family had played at other mini golf courses in Myrtle Beach which we liked better.
I went to the Myrtle Beach area for my Easter vacation for 10 years in a row. We must have played mini-golf at the Hawaiian Rumble almost every year. It is one of the most entertaining, long-standing mini-golf course in Myrtle Beach. There are many newer courses going up every year, but nothing has been able to stand up to the #1 rated course thus far.
i loved hawin golf it was so much fun, i loved the atmosphere it was very kool!, my family went gofling there 4 times!
except it is frustrating for kids my son was crying because it was so hard even i had a rough time but still we had a blast!
(watch out for hole 12)
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