ae12/1241623886-fountain_image_2_thumb.jpgWe don’t envy Myrtle Beach too much — Charleston’s beaches are pretty rad. But one thing we’re missing is some good ol’ fashioned putt putt. Mini golf options are sadly limited in the Lowcountry, but this week we’re getting our very own Putter’s Paradise on Folly Beach. The eco-friendly mini golf course, owned by Planet Follywood’s DJ Rich and City Paper‘s Brandin Dubos, has been open for a few weeks but is hosting its grand opening on Thurs., May 7. Rounds of golf on the classic-style 18-hole course will be just $1 all day. The green business uses zero electricity, solar energy, and recycled pieces of construction materials were used throughout the course. Hole themes include crab traps, a lighthouse, save the turtles, water obstacles, a windmill, rock quarries, and solar tiki torches. Putter’s Paradise is located at 27 Center St. The grand opening celebration lasts from 3-8 p.m. Call ahead for a tee time: (843) 830-9822.

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