Photo of North Shore's Mini Golf in Myrtle Beach.Myrtle Beach has its share of traditional golf course with nearly 85 professionally design courses through its 35-mile coastline. But the Grand Strand is also famous for its abundant choices of challenging and fun miniature golf courses – sometimes referred to as Putt-Putt courses.

If miniature golf is not part in your vacation plans, it’s time to add to the list of Myrtle Beach activities. The excitement of putt-putt has never been as thrilling as it is along the Grand Strand. With over 40 putt-putt courses in the Myrtle Beach area, you can guarantee that there is one that will make your beach vacation more fun than ever!

Here’s our list of the top mini golf courses in Myrtle Beach:

Neptune Blacklight Mini Golf  Located at the North Shore Oceanfront Hotel, guests will experience the Neptune Blacklight Indoor Mini Golf’s beaming black lights bring to life the most stimulating and unique mini golf experience in the universe! Imagine 9 holes of glow-in-the-dark mini golf surrounded by a virtual canvas, as our walls are alive with witty, comical, and relatable artwork of beach fun and sea creatures belonging to our area. Experience the excitement at every twist and turn! They move, they talk, they wiggle and they squawk, and this is just the beginning!

Professor Hacker’s Lost Treasure Starting with a mine cart ride to your first hole, this course has thought of everything to make your putt-putt experience extraordinary! This course takes you on a hunt for lost treasure so popular that it has expanded beyond Myrtle Beach, with new courses all the way up to Pennsylvania! While searching for treasure and making some great putts, you are also solving clues at each hole to find the “pot of gold” at Professor Hacker’s Lost Treasure Golf.

 Shark Attack Adventure Golf  This miniature golf course happens to be the only oceanfront putt-putt course. Replacing the old Chesterfield Inn ten years ago, this course also includes a snack bar, arcade and souvenir shop. The course features a great white preying on an unsuspecting fisherman and other shark displays. Located in the heart of the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk at 7th Avenue North and Ocean Boulevard.

Hawaiian Rumble Minigolf Take a trip to the Hawaiian Islands without leaving the mainland at this volcano- and waterfall-filled challenging miniature golf course. Hawaiian Rumble hosts the annual U.S. Open of Pro mini golf. Hawaiian Rumble also has one of the friendliest clubhouses around, featuring a talking parrot and Hawaiian Ice slushies.

May Day Golf This 36-hole course was featured on the Travel Channel’s “Mini-Golf Madness” as the “Best Survival Course” in the U.S. May Day Golf is located in North Myrtle Beach. It’s hard to miss this jungle-style layout thanks to the giant yellow airplane that has “crashed” into the course. That sets the theme for a survival-style round of putt-putt that requires nerves of steel and a steady putter to master.