Do you love playing miniature golf? Here are five of the best courses in Maryland.

Churchville Golf Driving Range has two miniature golf courses, both 18 holes. (Credit: churchvillegolf.com)

Churchville Golf Driving Range

3040 Churchville Road
Churchville, Md. 21028
(410) 838-1411
http://www.churchvillegolf.com

Churchville Golf Driving Range has two miniature golf courses, both 18 holes. One is a more traditional course, suitable for all players and one is a “challenge course.” Both are $5 for adults and $4.50 for kids.

Jolly Roger offers two different miniature golf courses. (Credit: jollyrogerpark.com)

Jolly Roger Amusement Park

2901 Coastal Highway
Ocean City, Md. 21842
(410) 289-3477
http://www.jollyrogerpark.com

Jolly Roger offers two different miniature golf courses—a treasure hunt course and a jungle course. Before 5 p.m., you can pay for unlimited golf and after 5 p.m., you play by the round.

Laurel Golf Center has one minature golf course. (Credit: laurelgolfcenter.com)

Laurel Golf Center

9801 Ft. Meade Road
Laurel, Md. 20707
(301) 725-4646
http://www.laurelgolfcenter.com/mini_golf.php

Laurel Golf Center has one minature golf course. You can play for 18 holes ($6 for adults, $5 for seniors and $4 for children) or for 36 ($9 for adults, $8 for seniors and $7 for children).

Night Hawk has a 19-hole minature golf course featuring waterfalls and a lighthouse. (Credit: nighthawkgolfcenter.com)

Night Hawk Golf Center

814 State Route 3 S
Gambrills, Md. 21054
(410) 721-9349
http://nighthawkgolfcenter.com/miniature-golf.html

Night Hawk has a 19-hole minature golf course featuring waterfalls and a lighthouse. It’s $5.50 for adults and $4 for children under 10. You can play all day for $7.50. Visit the website to learn more.

Severna Park’s miniature golf course, Putter Falls, features an eight-foot rock waterfall. (Credit: severnaparkgolf.com)

Severna Park Golf Center

1257 Ritchie Highway
Arnold, Md. 21012
(410) 647-8618
http://www.severnaparkgolf.com/miniature-golf

Severna Park’s miniature golf course, Putter Falls, features an eight-foot rock waterfall. It’s $7.25 for adults, $5.75 for children under 12 and free for children three or younger.

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