This is my favorite course out of all of the others I have played at Myrtle Beach. The landscaping is great here with a cave and a pirate ship. I love when the cannons go off and make big splashes all over the course which is very cool. The holes are not to difficult so all ages can play. Great... 更多
My parents and I played this course on an early Friday morning. We were the only people on the course for about 5 holes and then a couple of groups came to play after us. The weather was nice but it got hotter the longer we played. We hadn't played the course in a couple of years. The course is... 更多
our1 grandson loved the cannons shoting into the water. however none of us liked the 3 holes (15 -17) inside, it was hard to breathe in there it was so humid. We were there Sept 8 in the evening, two of us, could not play it thru, we had to get out of there, it was that humid & Hot... 更多
We try to hit this course at least once every visit to Myrtle Beach. Very nice staff, good course. I especially like the holes on the ship and the ones in the cave. The only minus is that some of the signs along the course need repainted as letters are missing.
We tried this course (family group) before going out to dinner. 18 holes (one course). The place was not crowded (about 4p) and we didn't have to wait for any groups in front of us. Most of the holes are flat with a few humps or obstacles. Cost $9.50 per person (adult) rate.
As mini-golf connoisseurs, we have tried most if not all of the dozens of courses in the greater Myrtle Beach area, and Spyglass has a deserved reputation as one of the best. It is sufficiently challenging, fair, entertaining, well-maintained, and fun to play. Be warned, though - like most good mini-golf courses at Myrtle Beach, it requires a fair amount... 更多