Pirate’s Cove – Kissimmee, FL

Played on December 27, 2016

Reviewed by the Pink Putter

We had just spent the previous few days playing the courses at Universal and Disney, so we knew everything else in the Orlando area probably wouldn’t live up to those high standards. Nevertheless, we were interested in playing as many courses as we could squeeze in. After meeting a friend for lunch in downtown Celebration, we found Pirate’s Cove in Kissimmee nearby.


Birdie – Like the other Pirate’s Cove brand mini golf courses, this one was on a huge property. It housed two courses which moved up and down a mini-mountainous terrain with a very impressive central waterfall feature. The course was clean and fairly well-maintained and featured a variety of pirate-themed props including lots of signage, a wooden shackles photo op, cannons, barrels of rum, treasure, and the like. Benches throughout provided a place to sit and rest. There was no grand pirate ship, however, there was a play-through cave. The overall gameplay faired just above average, with some fun use of the undulating terrain. While not the most unique course we played, Pirate’s Cove is a solid mini golf experience.

Entrance from the road
Front Entrance
Themed signage
Posing silly in front of the water
Mr. Tee on large putting area
Billy Bowlegs
Shackled up
Large water area
Some parking lot repairs
Pirate’s Jail inside the cave
Mr. Tee with tombstone sign
Mr. Tee with pirate

Pirate’s Cove Kissimmee Website


Clean and well maintained
A bit of pirate theming throughout the grounds
Large central water feature
Hilly terrain


Nothing super unique about this course

Nerdy Notes:

  • $12 adults, $9 children, additional rounds for $5
  • Two 18-hole courses, Par 36
  • small gift shop on premise
  • rubber covered putters
  • no flags in holes
Scorecard Front
Scorecard Back

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