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    We love this place! We love miniature golf and visit here every year on our visit to Cape Cod. The course is fun but chalending, we take goofy pictures with the scenery and love to feed the kids at the end. Awesome ice right across the street too and there are always coupono in the the local guides.

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    This is, by far, the best mini golf establishment there is!The courses are entertaining with a variety of Pirate decor, music, and Pirate facts at each hole. Both courses are set on multi levels with rocky outcroppings, caverns, waterfalls, bridges, firing cannons, ships, and sharks.The staff is friendly and attentive.The Marketplace is full of Pirate merchandise fit for the casual tourist to the serious collector. And the snack bar has some of the best ice cream around.

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    The competition must have written the bad reviews. We play a lot of tourist mini golf. This place is typical of a higher end course. A lot of fun and clean. Pace was just fine for a Holliday.

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    Nicest minigolf of massachusetts!

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    This is a terrible mini-golf course for 9 dollars per person. Every hole but one is a par 2. There is hardly any variance between holes and most are about 10 feet long; I think there were 3-4 holes that weren’t. They had a great idea of basically having two courses in one (you can choose between two paths) to fit more people, but they squeezed it too much and made the experience unchallenging and therefore not fun. The pirate theme is so overdone for mini-golf so that was uninteresting. The winner gets a free small soft serve ice cream. That might’ve been more worth it if we only had a party of 2. I can’t speak for the quality of the other many mini-golf places, but they’re all crowded. I’d recommend going to a different one than Pirate’s Cove unless you have small children because they’re the only ones that could enjoy this course.