#1 New River Gorge Bridge
The New River Gorge Bridge is a landmark of southern West Virginia. Even in miniature, though, it makes a big impression as our very first hole!
#2 Whitewater Rafting
You won’t necessarily get wet as you navigate the water hazard of the second hole … but it could happen!
#3 Grist Mill
Work through the hairpin turn and bank off the antique grinding stone. What could be easier?! Lot’s apparently - we average just two aces per season on this hole.
#4 Wild, Wonderful West Virginia
A deceptively simple hole, but its slight bend and rocking pendulum can rattle you. Either way, you will get up close and personal with the animals!
#5 The Old Outhouse
The outhouse; a disappearing part of rural America that no one really misses. If you can compensate for the elevation change, and you’re able to focus on the mouse hole at the door, you just might get a hole-in -one. But it’s not likely.
#6 West Virginia Turnpike
A rarity on a miniature golf course – a Par 5!
#7 Winter in West Virginia
It’s always chilly somewhere in West Virginia: on top of Spruce Knob, the highest point in the state at better than 4800 feet in elevation, and on our snow-covered 7th hole.
#8 Old Stone Church
Life poses many questions: such as how best to golf your way down from the tee at the top level of our 8th hole to the cup at the bottom level? We always say, when in doubt – go to church!
#9 Seneca Rocks
It takes a little effort to find the beautiful Seneca Rocks in West Virginia; it’s easy to miss. If you miss the Seneca Rock formation in the midst of our 9th hole … well, let’s just say you’ve put yourself in a challenging spot.
#10 John Henry
There are only two 500 pound life-sized statues of John Henry in the world. One is at Talcott, WV, where the legend of John Henry & the Steam Engine was born. The other is here. The most photographed spot on the course.
#11 Mountain Still
No alcohol involved! Safe for minors! But our 11th hole will still have you going around in a circle.
What is that I see … ? Out there … in the forest … ?
#13 Appalachian Trail
The actual Appalachian Trail goes on for almost 2200 miles and reaches an elevation of 6600 feet above sea level. Can you mimic that demanding experience on a miniature golf course? Come and see, my friends, come and see.
#14 Hatfields & McCoys
The story of the Hatfield-McCoy feud is more complex than the legend that surrounds it would suggest. In the same way hole fourteen looks deceptively simple; it just doesn’t always play that way.
#15 Civil War
This mammoth war not only separated the country, it separated West Virginia and Virginia. Can you tell what the design of the carpet in the accompanying photo represents?
#16 Covered Bridge
Philippi’s covered bridge is a rare thing. As you read the information sign on this hole, though, you’ll discover that the town of Philippi has something even rarer … and stranger … within its city limits. One of our more difficult holes.
#17 Underground Bunker
Coal is not the only treasure buried under the rolling hills of West Virginia. The story of the super-secret underground bunker is almost unbelievable. By the way, we get an equal number of golfers who ace this hole as those who max-out the stroke limit on it. Are you up for the challenge?
#18 The Coal Mine
The first thing many think of when they hear “West Virginia” is coal. It’s only fitting that our final hole honors that heritage.