We went in because the waterfall and plane looked great from the road, but holy cow is this awful. There's absolutely no challenge to most of the holes--it's simply a flat surface, straight ahead. There's no marks for where to tee off, and the "caves" section is leaking disgusting water all over the place (the greens are soaked). To top it off, they play the same 5 minute piece of music from Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade over and over and over until you want to rip the speakers out of the wall. Oh, and it's $9/person to play. AVOID.
It was one of the cheaper golf courses in the area and we found coupons for $1.00 off per person in one of the many coupon books around. They take you on a mining train up through the courses and drop you off at the top. There are 2 courses, and your receipt tells you which one you are on, so it helps keep things moving a little quicker. We were on the "gold" course and the course was a little flat and not real exciting. Most of the holes were just flat and didn't involve a lot of skill. If you get a hole in one, you tell them at the end and if it matches the "mystery hole" for the day, you win a game of free golf. Also, you have the option to buy a picture (they take one of your group as you walk in). It was $10 and we weren't going to buy it, but you also get tickets for 2 free rounds of golf that NEVER expire and are good at any location they have across the country, so it was a pretty good deal and we are going back soon to use our coupons.
My husband&I really had alot of fun here. There's a cute little train that takes you to the top and the waterfall is beautifull! We usually go in the fall,cooler weather and less crowds. Makes for a more enjoyable trip.
Our family visited Professor Hacker's in early June and had a wonderful time. It was the kids first time mini golfing and they loved the train ride and the setting (fake volcano, airplane, boat ect.) We went in the morning because we figured it wouldn't be busy, and that was a wise decision. We didn't wait on ANY hole. It was nice for young kids because it wasn't overly difficult (we did the diamond course). I personally would have liked a bit more of a challenge, but we had a wonderful time as a family.
It was cheaper than everything else in town, but still entertaining for a couple of hours. It was a good environment for the family-no smoking or cussing! I reccomend it for a family or just for you and your friends!
This was an awesome and fun course to do. We loved going through the caves or tunnels to have to shoot the golf ball. Also the train short train ride to your starting point was fun. I would recommend doing this course.
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