This circulated coin is uncleaned, shows wear and tear and is pressed on a copper-plated zinc penny.
Machine1 is located just inside the entrance near the pay booth.
- Lost Treasure Golf Logo
- My Lucky Ball Mark
- I Love You
Professor Hacker’s Lost Treasure Golf2 in North Myrtle Beach, SC, built in 1995, is where it all began. This is the first of all the Professor Hacker’s miniature golf courses. It is a challenging but fun course for all ages. It has a train to take you on an exciting ride to the 1st holes at the top of the mountain and you will play your way back down to the bottom on a fun and amazing miniature golf course.
Professor Hacker’s Dinosaur Adventure in North Myrtle Beach, SC, built in 2005, is the newest location among the 9 different courses. New to the course this year is an 85 foot long steamship and both of the 18 hole courses allow you to play through or on top of the ship. With waterfalls, streams, dinosaurs, a hot air balloon, and a steamship all on this course, there is a lot of fun and excitement in store for you!
Golf ball markers3 are often a coin or a small, round object manufactured specifically for the job of marking the ball on the green. Sometimes, golfers carry markers they consider lucky. Sometimes, a golf ball marker might be personalized, customized in some way. And sometimes, a golf ball marker might hold special meaning to the golfer – a reminder of a favorite course or destination, a coin with a meaningful date, etc.
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