Professor Hacker’s Lost Treasure Golf
The noted explorer, archaeologist, anthropologist, paleontologist, and part-time taxidermist from the University of Chicago, Professor Duffer A. Hacker, led two expeditions to the Fogclift Islands off the coast of South America in the 1920’s. He searched for ancient gold and diamonds hidden in mines. It was rumored that mines were hidden on the Islands. The area was supposed to have been abandoned in ancient times, hence Professor Hacker’s was surprised by the discovery of an old mining train built by the Germans during the First World War. Take the mining car* to the top of the mountain and follow Professor Hacker as you putt your way through a fun and exciting expedition to find gold and diamonds.
Go to 6th ave South in NMB to find Professor Hacker’s Golf. You can ride the train for the lost gold mines or find out about how, during a recreational flight with a friend in 1930, he and a friend found themselves caught in a storm that blew them miles off course. The voyagers finally crash-landed in a canyon. Soon, Professor discovered creatures thought to be extinct….DINOSAURS! Professor Hacker immediately discovered the coordinates of his location and sent for his ship, the R.S. Jurassic Explorer. The professor decided to explore the area while waiting for his ship. He came back to the area where the ship was supposed to be and he discovered that the ship had been beached on some rocks. Follow Professor Hacker! Putt your way through the jungle and around waterfalls while you explore a land thought to be lost.