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Professor Hacker's Lost Treasure Golf Reviews
We found the course to be in good condition and not to hard or to easy. It was a fair price considering you are in a vacation area. I liked that there were 2 courses so it spreads everyone out. more »
Took our grandsons to Professor Hacker's Lost Treasure Golf on fall break. We had played at a different miniature golf course a couple days before trying this one. Professor Hacker's was a lot more.... more »
This year we really wanted to do different things we had never done in the Smokies before as a family. My wife and I are older with a 16 year old daughter and her friend we brought along. It's hard to find things that all of us want to do and have fun doing it without spending 100's of dollars which is too easy to do in Pigeon Forge! My wife found Professor Hacker's putt putt and we are so glad we did! It was open late enough so we didn't have to rush. It was about $10 per person. We could ride the little train to the first hole or walk, but we of course rode the little train! The theme of a lost explorer throughout the 18 holes was cute and well done. The course was challenging but not too difficult and we'll maintained. We had a blast and will definitely do this again next year. We did the Ripley's farm putt putt at the outlet mall the year before and it was great, but this was a bit cheaper and the course was better made for the actual golf. It was hotter than Hades the night we played, but there was a drink machine halfway through so we survived. I highly recommend this activity for all ages.
Pros: Reasonable price for 18 holes. Interesting scenery designs. A good number of the holes have a shady spot to stand after you finish your hole. Vending machines are strategically placed and water is $1.50 a bottle. Cons: The putting greens are sloped a little more than other courses. They are also really fast, in that, if you miss only by a little bit, your ball is likely to go a lot further than intended. Might become frustrating to some children. It's quite easy to have your ball go off the course, and with using a lot less power than you'd think. Overall: the positives far outweigh the negatives in this one. Makes for a good morning activity.
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