Beautifully landscaped and challenging mini-putt, with 2 10 hole courses. It does not have the cheesy feel of some courses with an nice Hawaiian feel.
The best value is to combine mini-putt with another activity like the bumper boats, but as we were catching a red eye flight that night, we didn't want to get wet. There is a small water fall to bump boats in to. It did look very inviting after playing golf though! We watched a family doing the rock climbing and they were enjoying it, and while not a crazy challenge, it looked right for family fun.
There is some breeze and the trees provide some shade, but wear your suncreen. As we got further into the course, there was more shade spots, and time of day will affect that to.
A recommended break from the beach stuff.
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