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Tiger Woods PGA Tour Golf

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  • ASIN: B000050FBF
  • Product Dimensions: 5.6 x 4.9 x 0.4 inches ; 4.8 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Average Customer Review: 2.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #56,264 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The best Tiger Woods game in the series February 16, 2002
I have played TW99 and TW2000 and will forthrightly and honestly say that this installment (properly 2001, though not included in the title) is the best of the three, as well as being the best "realistic" golf game for the system.
There are seemingly 2 camps in console golf games: the "fun" camp (Hot Shots Golf, Mario Golf) that emphasizes a certain playability over any serious sim aspects, and the "realism" camp (EA's Tiger Woods, Fox Sports) which attempts to display the game as it is actually played. I enjoy both styles, but the cartoonish qualities of the former can wear thin whereas the latter is always a good choice to fall back on time and again. Your choice may vary, but realize that this definitely falls into the "realism" camp and this may turn out to be slightly "dry" for the youngsters amongst you, or those that prefer a lot of theatrics in their golf gaming.
Why is this installment the preferred edition? Well, for starters it is easily the most gorgeous looking of the three, putting 99 to utter shame graphically, and even upping the ante on the fairly adequate graphics of 2000. The sounds are kept to a quiet minimum (except, for some reason, in the long term PGA Tour mode) which helps set the proper tone. The putting meter has thankfully returned to what most fans of EA Sports' PGA series know & love: the straight line meter. No more circular guesswork, this is just like old times (PGA Tour III on Genesis being my favorite of the 16-bit era.) Also improved from previous versions is the putting. The draw/fade feature that made putting such a foul nightmare in earlier editions now returns to the standard distance shot, thought the quirky "quake-cam" effect is still used to determine putting green hills/valleys.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars This game is lame December 6, 2000
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This game has not improved since it first came out. When it did, I thought it was pretty good, but could use some improvements like more course choices and a tweaking of graphics. As the newer versions came out, I realized that EA Sports was asleep when they thought they were actually improving it. The only thing that has changed on the new version is that the graphics for the players are crisper. As for everything else, it actually got worse.
You can't even play a tournament of more than one round. The "challenge" is even more ridiculous. The first event is super easy if you have any experience in the game. Then you play against other players in a skins game. No matter how you play, the AI will find some way to make a ridiculous putt or hole one from 200 yards to make sure you can't win anything. I actually shot a 64 on the course and did not win a skin. This means that you cannot advance until you win the skins game. It is frustrating as h....
Anyway, if you want a Tiger Woods game, just buy the first one and play that. That game actually has the "tiger power" option. This game is a complete waste of money. EA dissapoints on this game, unlike them with their other great sports games.
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1.0 out of 5 stars eeewwwooo! worst golf game ever April 8, 2001
Donot buy this game. the outside looks are good but apart from that the playability of the game su.. the AI is ridiculous and laughable. stick to TW 99 if you are a real golf fan. It is a total waste of money.
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1.0 out of 5 stars What a terrible game for the money! December 26, 2000
I own Tiger Woods 99 and asked my wife to buy this for me for Christmas. I wish I never had. The previous review was correct about the AI taking over and making impossible and unbelievable shots that would never happen. Tiger 99 is 100 times better. Anyone looking to buy a Tiger Woods game should not buy this one. Buy Tiger 99 instead. Very unhappy and hope I can return it after Christmas!
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7 of 15 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars raw is tiger November 23, 2000
this game haseverything and anything you need to enjoy a great golf season or just playing in the masters the creat a golfer is the coolest and this is definetly the best golf game ever u must buy this one
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