Hawaiian Rumble in North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina is everything miniature golf courses are supposed to be
- loads of fun, full of adventure and intriguing surprises, sensible but challenging holes, a great theme, and meticulously landscaped.
Hawaiian Rumble has been selected the Number One miniature golf course in the world and is the
home of the Masters played this year October 19-22. Hawaiian Rumble has two sister courses - Hawaiian Caverns in Myrtle Beach home of the US
Open, played every year in May and Hawaiian Village in North Myrtle Beach which hosts the Masters and the US Open.
Hawaiian Rumble has been featured as one of the "golfiest, must-see places" in America by Golf Magazine. It has also been featured in many national TV
shows, and newspaper and magazine publications. For example, in 1992 Crook & Chase along with the Nashville Network televised their entire show from
here. In l993 Dennis Hopper and Tom Derringer filmed a scene from the movie Chasers. In 1999 Home and Garden TV did a segment on their travel show.
In 2002 NBC Today Show with Matt Lauer and Katie Couric covered the Masters. On May 22, 2003 the Travel Channel filmed Hawaiian Rumble for the Top
Ten Miniature Golf Courses in the United States..
The centerpiece at
Hawaiian Rumble is of course the magnificent volcano which practically makes the ground tremble and first-time
players gasp in disbelief as they watch the flames erupt from her top about every 20 minutes. Virtually every hole at the course has been positioned around the
huge, 40-foot mound of lava rock, so that each time you play, you get a different view of the volcano. Every hole at
Hawaiian Rumble has its own secrets for play, often times making play treacherous for even the most experienced players. The holes that look the simplest
may end up giving players the most trouble, and the holes that look the roughest may even occasionally yield a hole in one. Never take any hole for granted if you
want a great score. Stay focused and make every shot count!
When you're in the North Myrtle
Beach area, look for the volcano and the Hawaiian Rumble sign at the intersection of Highway 17 and 33rd Ave. South
near the NMB Airport. Stop by and play a game or two at this amazing place. You'll receive a great Hawaiian welcome, not to mention a colorful Hawaiian lei to wear
around your neck. See if you can get one of their talking parrots to converse with you. Have a tasty cup of that wonderful fruit flavored Hawaiian ice to cool you
off. Walk under a waterfall. There's so much to see and do. Then you'll understand why Hawaiian Rumble is considered
the #1 miniature golf course in America.
National Exposure: - Wall Street Journal - Southern Living - New York Times - Fortune - Esquire- NBC - Golf Magazine - Golf Digest - The Travel Channel - and
many more . . . . .