Professor Hacker's lost treasure Golf offers exciting miniature golf adventure, play golf in the backdrop of beautiful scenery. Plan a trip and you'll have a wonderful day full of fun activities, visitors of all ages can have fun at Professor Hacker's lost treasure golf. Travel through a mining cave, play under water falls and over the hills as you hunt for the lost treasure at the mini golf. Follow the footsteps of professor Duffer A. Hacker, who had led an expedition to the islands off the coast of South America to search for gold and diamonds. Play a game of golf and search for the lost treasure in an exciting and fun way. The golf course is located in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, and is open all year round, open only on weekends December through February.
Things to Do
- Play an exciting and adventurous game of golf on two 18-hole miniature golf courses, a mining train takes you to the first holes at the top of the hill as you start your expedition.
- Search for the lost treasure as you pass through caves, waterfalls, land on a pirate ship, and pass through a pyramid, a temple and a volcano while searching for gold and diamonds.
- Read along the story of the expedition led by professor Hacker in the 1920's.
- Winning a mystery hole gives you a free game.
- Both the courses are easily playable for the kids.
Professor Hacker's lost treasure Golf Insider Tips
- Restrooms are available.
- Free parking is available.