Golf can be a serious game at times and only a select group of people know how to strike a three iron 200 yards down the fairway. Although some people don’t have the patience to last a round, everybody enjoys a game of crazy golf when the opportunity arises.

Your Golf Travel have found the craziest mini golf courses in Florida that would be perfect to take the family this year and test your intelligence and luck against some of the most obscure obstacles.

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Pirate’s Cove Adventure Golf
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Pirate’s Cove has two exciting and unpredictable 18 holes, one for the talented or brave crazy golfers and an easier course. Putt your way over bridges and footpaths, through caves or under cascading waterfalls. With pirate themed decor and props it is not like your usual crazy golf. A great amount of attention to detail has gone into making this adventure one of a kind.


Congo River
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If somebody said you could feed live alligators while putting your ball through tropical rainforests and tranquil waterfalls you would question their sanity. But at Congo River in Orlando they encourage it.

An African themed complex, two courses are on offer with different difficulty levels and they’re plenty of distractions for the kids from a scavenger hunt where you have to look for objects on the course or an arcade next door.


Putting Edge
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Although Putting Edge in Orlando doesn’t offer the same over-the-top challenges and towering waterfalls, it makes up for it in its own unique way. Any bad weather and it’s no problem as the complex is indoors but their glow in the dark feature gives an eerie and mysterious feel. With a design that evokes an undersea adventure, the array of colours is sure to capture the imagination of any child.


Hollywood Drive-In Golf
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Owned by the same people who created the Congo River course, the Hollywood Drive-In Golf has remarkably combined the love of films with golf to create a highly entertaining complex.

With two courses, one is themed around horror films and the other is 50’s scifi films. Both have captured the identity perfectly of what they set out to achieve with gags, soundtracks and in-jokes. At night, it feels like you’re playing a completely different course. Extensive lighting brings characters to life and offers a course that is like no other.


Turnberry Isle Resort & Club
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Just incase you want to escape for the afternoon and play 18 holes on a full size course, Turnberry Isle resort offers two excellent layouts that has been designed with different quirks that won’t be seen on your average woodland course. Over 300 tropical acres on the Miami coastline, a $150 million transformation has gone into making the resort top of the range.

Waterfalls, bridges and island greens play havoc on the course that is kept in perfect condition.

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Richard Forrester

Richard Forrester

Richard Forrester is an experienced sports writer, having worked at SportsVibe and written for numerous sporting titles including Golfing World, Birmingham Mail and Stoke City's website.

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