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Professor Ephraim “Duffer” A. Hacker was a very talented and educated professor. The noted explorer, archaeologist, anthropologist, palaeontologist, and part-time taxidermist was from the University of Chicago. Professor Duffer A. Hacker, led two excursions to the Fogclift Islands off the coast of South America in the 1920’s. He went off in search for ancient gold and diamond in these expeditions. Rumours that these stones were buried on the Islands, made him excited and very adventurous. He discovered an old mining train built by the Germans during the First World War. Put yourself in his shoes as you go on an adventure in Professor Hacker’s Lost treasure Golf.
Professor Hacker has been on nine different expeditions with locations around the Eastern United States. He offers two fun and exciting 18 hole miniature golf courses. Some of these expeditions have carts, bumper boats, an arcade and a maze. Take the mining car to the top of the mountain and follow Professor Hacker. He will lead you through caves and waterfalls, a pirate ship and a temple. Your expedition will take you to the volcano to find the gold and diamonds.
After playing your first round at any of the miniature golf courses, ask an Expedition Guide about the Mystery Hole. Chances are you have won a free game. The Mystery hole changes every day and you will not have a clue what you have won. Finish your round and the mystery will be revealed. If you don’t win a free game, don’t lose heart. They offer a discounted price for each round following your first one. But you have to play those next rounds that day in order to receive the discounted rate. Prices do vary between the different locations.
Also, depending on the size of your group, Professor Hacker’s courses offer group rates. This rate also varies between the different locations of Professor Hacker’s miniature golf courses.
Professor Hacker's Lost Treasure Golf Travel Tips
- Tips & Warnings: They allow 5 people in a group on any hole, and its 6 stroke limit per hole.
- Every player should take their first shot before any player takes a second shot.
- Ball nearest hole, putts first, and play each hole in turn.
- You cannot win a free game while playing a free game or if you play all day.
- Only one free game can be won per person per day.
- An adult should instruct children in proper use of club.
- Please pay attention, watch your step, and refrain from putting yourself in danger.
- No alcoholic beverages allowed on premises.
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2.52% of people who visit Pigeon Forge include Professor Hacker's Lost Treasure Golf in their plan
40% of people start their Professor Hacker's Lost Treasure Golf visit around 12 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Professor Hacker's Lost Treasure Golf
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Professor Hacker's Lost Treasure Golf Reviews & Ratings
What is the price for a game of miniature golf for adults and children Is there a special group rate for a party of six? Four adults and two childrenAnswer Report Abuse
It is recommended to call the golf course directly on 865-453-0307 to confirm their group rates and discounts, if any.Report Abuse
Is this course wheelchair accessible? Thank you!Answer Report Abuse
I do not think their official website mentions anything about wheelchair accessibility. So, it would be better to call them directly on 865-453-0307 to check.Report Abuse