Lighthouse Cove Adventure Golf – Jupiter Beach, FL


Played on February 8, 2015

Reviewed by Mr. Tee

This winter found the Pink Putter down south on an artist residency at Hub-Bub. Our plans to spend time together in South Carolina around Valentine’s Day shifted to Florida after the sudden passing of a member of her family. The trip did not come under the best circumstances but we found time to celebrate life with family and through a respite trip to the beach. As usual, we sought out the local mini golf options and found this little gem. Despite getting turned around by our “smart” phones, we eventually landed at this oceanside recreation space.


Birdie – Sharks, surf boards, boats and bright blue water seem like an obvious choice for a mini golf business just off the Florida coast. We’re suckers for fiberglass and/or plaster animals, especially pelicans. I waffled on it but eventually landed on giving this a “Birdie” rating versus our top tier, “Hole-in-One“. The course was definitely a cut above your average course with lots of interactive features but the actual play itself was fairly generic. It reminded me of Professor Hacker’s in Lancaster. Looking back at the photos it was clear we had tons of fun but there wasn’t more than 5-6 out of 36 holes that registered in my memory after reviewing pictures. It’s impeccably maintained with pristine greens and landscaping that makes for consistent play. We had a blast and would play here again but Lighthouse Cove fell just short of being in the conversation with our favorite courses around.


Tempted to sit in this awesome chair but we have a course to review.
Pink Putter caught a big one
Colorful didactics and shimmering blue water
Is it clear yet that I like the color blue?
On to the course
A slight incline made this hole deceivingly difficult
Mr. Tee can’t help it but as you’ll see in the video below, it’s hard to resist.

Beautiful mini golfing in winter. The Pink Putter is in her element.
Fighting for my life
Waterways and family
The lovely Pink Putter focused on a hole-in-one
Cave, man!
Got some grey going on but doing better than this guy
Look! Dolphins!
History lesson
I’m a pelican
M*A*S*H reference
Trying to avoid hitting the boat in the harbor
Finishing up a solid game of beautiful weather and palm trees

Lighthouse Cove Website


New, clean and well-maintained
Fun variety of play with different levels of challenge throughout
Lots of kitsch, excellent decor


A bit of a standard/cookie cutter modern landscaped course

Nerdy Notes:

  • Open 7 days a week, 10am-11pm
  • Two 18 hole courses, Lost Lagoon (Par 41) and Paradise Falls (Par 39)
  • Paradise Falls is an ADA approved course. The Lost Lagoon is not.
  • 18 holes – $11.99+tax; Seniors – $9.99+tax; Children 5 & under – $6.00+tax; Military – $8.00+tax; Replay Rate – $4.00+tax; 36 holes – $13.99+tax; Unlimited Play – $16.00+tax
  • Rubber Covered putters
  • Metal cups
  • Flags in holes
  • Burger Shack and Ice Cream Shop on premise

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