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Pirate’s Cove (Wisconsin Dells) – Captain Kidd’s Course – Hole 5
The fifth hole of the Captain Kidd’s course is an uphill hole with three layers up. The first layer is your tee area and widens up. The second layer is in the middle and like a shelf, and the last layer is the top with the hole. The back area is a mix of brick and stone.
Also notice a tombstone for well known pirate Anne Bonny!
Additional rounds are half price and the winner of groups of 4 or more get a free scoop of vanilla ice cream or sherbet at their onsite concession stand, Captain Scoopy’s!
Pirate’s Cove is a national franchise and can be found in many tourist locations throughout the US. Check them out here.
Mister Mini Golf Pro Tips
This hole requires careful power control. Hard enough to make it to the top but soft enough to not bounce back down. Try to stick more to the right in general as bricks have more predictable bounces opposed to the stone.
ADA Accessibility Notes: Pirate’s Cove has 5 courses and 91 holes. Captain Hook’s 19 is listed as the most accessible and is 19 holes. This course is ADA accessible. The other courses have varying degrees of accessibility due to enclosures, stairs, and elevation changes.
For more details on course accessibility, always check in with a course you are visiting as they may be able to do additional accommodations. In addition, a great resource is the ADA Checklist for Miniature Golf Courses.
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