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May 22, 2003
From journal Universal Studios Summer 2002
April 13, 2003
There are two 18-hole courses available. If you have kids under age 10 I would recommend the easier course, otherwise try Black Beard's Challenge. This was a great mini golf experience and I may say it is second only to the course at the Mall of America in Minnesota. Besides being a challenging course of slopes, obstacles, and sand traps, the flora and fauna were exceptional.
On one hole we looked out onto a waterfall and saw a family of baby ducks (trying) to follow their mama up an embankment. After they failed several times they decided to take the easy route. . .over the falls! Later on we saw they had made it safely to their family. A lot of the flowers were in bloom and there was a lot of greenery that blocked out the noise of the highway.
OK, back to the golfing. There is a lot of stairs and walking. On hole #15 you get a break from the bright Florida sunshine by hitting through a cave. I'd also like to mention that I had a hole in one on this hole! As you are leaving the cave there is a little animated pirate poker game going on. Overall this was a very clean, well-kept course that offered a challenge. Go early like we did (10:00am) to avoid the crowds.
From journal Non Theme Park Vacation
Falls Church, Virginia
June 30, 2003
My husband, now nearing 30, always remembers his trips to Disney World included an evening at the Pirate’s Cove. Updated since he was a kid, as we drove down International Drive he stared in awe as we passed the tall, cascading waterfall.
A must see for all ages. No need to have children to have a good time. As two newlywed couples going late at night under the lights, we loved it!
From journal Pirate's Cove Miniature Golf
February 15, 2005
From journal Great Orlando!!