Professor Hacker’s Lost Treasure Golf is a unique Branson attraction that features adventurous golf experience on a different level with fun and excitement. Professor Hacker’s Lost Treasure Golf have nine different miniature golf courses locations in six different states. Each location provides two beautiful 18-hole adventure style courses. Five of the locations feature an exciting train ride that will take you to the first holes of each course. Professor Hacker’s Lost Treasure Golf not only features two 18 hole miniature golf courses with a train ride to the first hole, there are also fun bumper boats, fast go-karts, and an exciting arcade games.
Professor Hacker’s golf course is a beautiful Branson attraction that features two amazing locations, Professor Hacker’s Lost Treasure Golf and Professor Hacker’s Dinosaur Canyon. At Professor Hacker’s Lost Treasure Golf, you may take a fun train ride from the clubhouse to the start of the golf courses and play your way through an adventurous miniature golf course with streams, waterfalls, ancient ruins, and an airplane. At Professor Hacker’s Dinosaur Canyon, you will play miniature golf through waterfalls, caves, streams, and a volcano, and amongst creatures that were extinct, Dinosaurs.
There are also two amazing locations of Professor Hacker’s golf course in Myrtle Beach, SC. Professor Hacker’s Lost Treasure Golf that was built in 1995 is the first miniature golf course of Professor Hacker. A challenging course but offers fun and excitement for all ages. The train will take you an exciting ride to the 1st hole at the top of the mountain and play your way back to the bottom. Professor Hacker’s Dinosaur Adventure that was built in 2005, is the newest location among other 9 different golf courses. The 85 foot long steamship is a new course that allows you to play on top of the ship. With streams, waterfalls, a hot air balloon, dinosaurs, and a steamship, you will surely enjoy a lot of fun and excitement in this unique golf course.
Professor Duffer A. Hacker is a noted archaeologist, paleontologist, anthropologist, and part-time taxidermist from the University of Chicago. Professor Hacker led two expeditions in 1920s on the coast of South America to Fogclift Islands. The expeditions were in search for ancient gold and diamond mines that were rumored to be hidden on the islands. The discovery of an old mining train built by the Germans during World War I, gave Professor Hacker an idea to take the mining train to the top of the mountain. And follow Professor Hacker as you travel your way to an exciting expedition through waterfalls, caves, a temple, and a volcano to find gold and diamonds.
Professor Hacker performed numerous expeditions with many locations around the Eastern United States that offer fun and exciting 18 hole miniature golf courses. Other smaller expeditions of Professor Hacker include bumper boats, go carts, a maze, and exciting arcade game.
Adventurous golf experience on different level and some fun and exciting adventures with many surprises await you at Professor Hacker’s Lost Treasure Golf.
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