This was once a championship course affilated with Hawaiian Rumble and Hawaiian Village, located along Hwy 17 just north of the Village Square shopping center. It was between the old Pink House Restaurant- now torn down, and the current "East of Chicago" Restaurant. It featured 19 holes in a tropical setting, complete with waterfalls, tiki huts and mountains, and was notable for its large number of animal figures. It was known for the tricky "island shot", which required just the right speed to carry the ball over the water and onto an island.
This course was originally named "Jungle Caverns", which explains the non-Hawaiian animal figures. It was built in the early 1980s, and was part of the Jungle Golf group. It was remodelled in 1997 to the new Hawaiian theme, when it was bought by Bob Detwiler and renamed as "Hawaiian Caverns". During that time, this course was home of the US Open ProMiniGolf Tournament.