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Mayday Golf: Where Summer, Sunburn and Miniature Golf Collide
Mayday Golf is a small, family-run, miniature-golf course built in 1997 in Myrtle Beach. Featured on a Travel Channel program “Mini Golf Madness” about worldwide miniature golf courses and subsequently voted “Best Survival Course,” the aviation theme is no accident, as one of the partners is a licensed pilot.
What makes these two 18-hole mini courses so outstanding? Owners Ellen Parrish Marie Leonard answer that the “original design concept where you have crash landed on a deserted island” is a novel theme. She continues, “The Big Yellow Airplane [a registered service mark] and rescue helicopter give our course a distinctive look, as do the rushing waterfall and the lush vegetation.”