Polynesian Putter

History

Polynesian Putter is located in the City of St. Pete Beach in Pinellas County. The miniature golf course was built in 1967 by John McConnell and his wife. In the early 1970s, Richards and Renate Ostrovskis purchased the Polynesian Putter and the adjacent Sea Palms motel. The miniature golf course and motel are still owned by the Ostrovskis family today.

Today

Polynesian Putter is an old style 18-hole miniature golf course along the Gulf-facing beach strip in St. Pete Beach. This course has retained almost all of its historical holes and contains various jungle and tropical hazards but the most distinctive features are the large Tiki head and snake!

Local Knowledge

Polynesian Putter is open at night, making the game more challenging, especially when putting through the glowing eyes of the Tiki head on the fourth hole!

A Short Putt Away

  1. St. Pete Beach is an award-winning beach and a barrier island community located just off the Pinellas County mainland of St. Petersburg.
  2. Catch a Tampa Bay Rays baseball game at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg. The Rays compete in Major League Baseball as a member of the American League East division.
  3. At RumFish Grill, you can actually don snorkel gear and swim with the fishes!

Kids Coloring Page

Download a Polynesian Putter coloring page here!

Location

4999 Gulf Blvd.
St. Pete Beach, Florida 33706
Phone: 727.360.9678