With holes as long as 60 feet, 18-hole, par 51 miniature golf course routes through sand traps, water hazards, and contoured terrain
What You'll Get
Some activities are more family friendly on a smaller scale, such as playing golf or sinking battleships. Small games, big fun with this voucher.
Choose Between Two Options
- $9.91 for an 18-hole round of miniature golf for two (up to a $32 value)
- $20.90 for an 18-hole round of miniature golf for four (up to a $64 value)
An 18-hole, par 51 circuit of green corridors, the Dunes Putting Course breaks putt-putt conventions with a blend of par-twos, par-threes, and even par-fours routed through sand traps, water hazards, and fast-breaking ridges.
The Fine Print
About Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort
A quartet of golf courses hug the beaches of the Choctawhatchee Bay at Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort, presenting oceanside fairways and greens that showcase the handiwork of some of golf's finest course designers. As the former host of two PGA Champions Tour events and recipient of multiple accolades, Raven Golf Club runs through swamps and pines, forming a 6,900-yard layout designed by Robert Trent Jones, Jr. His brother, Rees Jones, designed the neighboring Burnt Pine Golf Club course, which was once referred to as the "Crown Jewel of Florida Golf" by Golf Magazine. Tom Jackson designed the other two courses, using elevation changes to his advantage in the Baytowne Golf Club course and emulating the old courses of coastal Britannia with The Links Course.
Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort offers more than golf at its 2,400-acre property. Players scamper and slide across three hard-courts and twelve HydroGrid clay courts at the Sandestin Tennis Center, which hosts matches day and night. Soft, white sand awaits guests at the beach, and the resort rents out chairs, umbrellas, and cabanas. Boogie boards and kayaks are available for those who want to enjoy the benefits of buoyancy without filling their bathing suit with helium.