Goofy Golf - Fort Walton Beach

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Goofy Golf Fort Walton Beach is located in the City of Fort Walton Beach in Okaloosa County. In 1958, James W. "Jimmy" Hayes and his son, Raymond "Buddy" Hayes began designing and building the Fort Walton Beach Goofy Golf.


Goofy Golf Fort Walton Beach has two 18 hole courses; however, both courses share the 18th hole called the "snake's mouth".

Local Knowledge

Goofy Golf Fort Walton Beach's famous 23-feet-tall Tyrannosaurus Rex named "Hammy" has been with Goofy Golf since the very beginning. In 2003, Hammy took a nose dive and collapsed. A local developer lead efforts to repair and return Hammy in time for Goofy Golf's 50th birthday party in 2008! 

A Short Putt Away

  1. Check out Gulfarium Marine Adventure Park complete with dolphin encounters and shows.
  2. Visit the Heritage Park & Cultural Center which includes the Indian Temple Mound Museum, Camp Walton Schoolhouse Museum, Garnier Post Office Museum, Fort Walton Temple Mound, and the Civil War Exhibit Building.
  3. Play 18 holes of disc golf at Ferry Park in Fort Walton Beach.

Kids Coloring Page

Download a Goofy Golf Fort Walton Beach coloring page here!


401 Eglin Parkway NE
Fort Walton Beach, Florida 32547
Phone: 850.862.4922