Bowser's Castle (golf course)
|How to unlock
|Collect 35 Star Coins
|Number of holes
|Mario Golf: World Tour
Bowser's Castle is a nine-hole golf course in Mario Golf: World Tour. Similar to the Bowser Badlands from Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour, the course features a variety of obstacles, such as Bob-ombs, Thwomps and Chain Chomps. Collecting all of the Star Coins for this course's challenges awards a Bowser costume, while completing a Character Costume Challenge earns the player Boo, Kamek, and Nabbit costumes. Parts of the music for this course come from the Super Mario Bros. Castle theme as well as the Bowser in the Sky music from Super Mario 64.
|A hole with three fire-breathing statues on the edges of the fairway and a Bob-omb in the middle. If the Bob-omb explodes close to a golf ball, the ball is blasted to a different location.
|A hole with several Chain Chomps sleeping near the fairway. If a golf ball nears one, the Chain Chomp wakes up and eats the ball, resulting in two additional strokes.
|A hole with several Thwomps that crush any golf balls that land under them. There is a hill to the right of the hole and two bunkers guarding the green.
|A hole with multiple Boo-shaped islands in a water hazard. King Boo and regular Boos float in the air. The green is on one of the islands.
|A dogleg right hole similar to the third hole, with Thwomps on the sides of the fairway and Bob-ombs in the middle.
|A hole with multiple Bob-ombs in and around the fairway, as well as a river of lava to the right of the hole with an island with a bigger Bob-omb in the lake formed by the river.
|The tee boxes are placed on a Koopa Clown Car. The green also sits on a Koopa Clown Car. Lava sits below the Koopa Clown Cars. If the ball misses the green, it ends up out of bounds.
|A hole with a giant Bowser-shaped lava hazard in the middle. There is a fairway on either side of the hazard connecting to the green.
|A hole surrounded by a giant lava lake on the left and smaller lava pools to the right. There are multiple Bob-ombs in the fairway and a small castle-like building players can land balls on top of.
Names in other languagesEdit
|Castello di Bowser
|Castillo de Bowser
- On the fourth hole, if the ball lands on the bridge, it is considered unplayable rather than wood.