Pirate's Cove Mini Golf, Orlando, Florida

8501 International Dr, Orlando, Florida 32819

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Address: 8501 International Dr, Orlando, Florida 32819

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Phone: 407-352-7378
URL: http://www.piratescove.net/orlando
Hours: Daily 9 am - 11:30 pm
Price: Captain's Course: Adults $12.50, Children $11.50 / Blackbeard's Challenge: Adults $12.50, Children $11.50 / 36-Hole Adventure: Adults $20.50, Children $18.95 / Replay $8.50 / Children 3 and under play free More Info

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  • Visited: 2013-04-01
  • Submitted: 2013-04-07 14:31:39.0
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Submitted by: Pyra-Danny V.

Should you risk driving your ball through rocks as a short cut or go the long, safe way around? Pirates Cove has very creative courses and pathways (up a hill, through caves, along waterfalls) but tries to cram too much into a small area. You could fit most courses into janitor's PH.D program. However, my little body found the tiny paths and stairways bordering jungle-gym fun. Expect bottle necking to occur most evenings due to an excellent location along tourist-infested I-Drive and is walking distance to other tourist-catered shops. It gets busier due to the staff's seemingly uncaring attitude to how many people were being let through at a time. (I danced a conga line many times with three couples while wa...

Submitted by: Caroline S.

LOVED THIS PLACE! As a group of 4 big kid adults trying to spend some time outdoors before heading to the airport back home, this was definitely a hilariously fun, entertaining and challenging course. The pirate theme was great - the course had dynamic, challenging holes and it was very clean. The place was packed but we didn't have any trouble moving along and didn't bump into another group the whole time we played the 18 holes. We played teh Black Beard's Challenge course and even our 2 experienced "real" golfers had a blast. it was a great way to spend an hour and the staff were very helpful and it was a 30 min walk down I-drive from the Convention Center and a quick 10 min drive back. HIGHLY recommend th...

Submitted by: Celeste C.

I am not a fan of mini golf, but the rest of the party wanted to do it.  They have two courses one...

Submitted by: Stephanie O.

Mini golf, putt putting, whatever you call it, it's fun, easy, and inexpensive. There are a lot of golf courses in the US, but I gotta say, Pirate's Cove is one of the best I've ever been at. (And as a teenager, mini golf is something we do A LOT.) Pirate's Cove is a little more expensive than most mini golf places, but it's totally worth it. The holes are challenging, but more in a fun way than frustrating. Plus, if you get a hole-in-one on the last hole, you get a free round of mini golf! (Which worked well for me because I didn't pay my fee for the other course yet:) ) There's nothing like playing a good ol' game of mini golf, and I'd much rather do it here than any place in the 'Nati, especi anytime soon...

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