Wednesday, June 25, 2008

MINI-GOLF Week - Mt. Atlanticus

The new "Hard Rock Park" isn't the only reason to visit Myrtle Beach, SC.  From what our readers have told us, there is a fantastic mini-golf course there called Mt. Atlanticus that is also worth a visit.

It even has a unique storyline:

"At 2:37 pm, March 29, 1998, a land mass suddenly appeared some two miles out to sea from Myrtle Beach Pavilion. Two days later, the mass had settled itself atop the old Chapin Company department store, two blocks from the ocean… The Mass was a miniature golf resort, some 50,000 years old, which had broken away from the sunken continent of Atlantis and inched its way to the United States over thousands of years."

This course has a lot to offer, including  giant Venus flytraps, ostriches, a fountain of youth, an ice cave and a flesh-eating minotaur.  This course also has players putting on three levels, with sections both indoors and outdoors.

So, when I take a trip to Myrtle Beach to see Hard Rock Park, I'm also adding this unique course to my list!

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