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- Trade your clubs for discs in a fun, new game mode based on the family-fun sport of Disc Golf. Play from custom tee locations on all 27 courses in the game.
- Wii Motion Plus Integration elevates your game with an enhanced, true-to-life golf swing that features precise draw-fade capabilities and authentic sports motion which mirrors your every move.
- For the first time ever, feel the drama of playing in the US Open, one of golf¿s biggest¿and toughest¿tournaments of the year.
- Replay dramatic scenarios from past PGA Tour seasons as you¿re placed on the course at the precise moment before history was made¿only this time, you determine the outcome.
- Play alongside actual PGA Tour Pros during real-world PGA tour events or swing away in daily and weekly tournaments as you fight to stay atop the leaderboard.
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I have found an oddity in the game as far as game play is concerned. If you are a LEFT-HANDED golfer using the "Play Now" feature, you will be playing as Tiger (who is obviously right-handed), and you will see left-handed draw (with the ball flying left-to-right) show up as a fade for the right-handed Tiger (which makes sense, as a right-handed fade also flies left-to-right), and vice versa. You can make your own custom golfer as a lefty and he or she will appear left-handed on the screen.
So, that being said, there is much to ridicule about this game. Most of it happens if you happen to be pretty good at it.Read more ›
I started the game and selected some basic game options. Of the three play styles, I chose the middle one, which said for experienced golfers. Then, I was asked to select a putting style. One putter or three. THREE PUTTERS? The game then takes you through a set of short tutorials with a virtual Hank Haney. 90% of the time, I was able to complete each lesson with the first shot. The game then starts with you as Tiger Woods.
If you have never played real golf, you'll find this easy to learn and play. If you ARE a golfer, you'll immediately realize that good golf shots just don't come this easy in real life. My first round in TW PGA Tour Pro 10 playing as Tiger was an impressive 4 under par 68, which included an eagle. In real life, my best round ever is an 86 and have never shot an eagle in all the years I have played. If, in real life, I could shoot sub-par golf right out of the box, I would either become a tour pro, or give up the game because of the lack of challenge, which I felt was likely to happen with the TW game. But, after creating my personal avatar, I quickly realized that my game didn't even approach that of Tiger's. This was my first disappointment. I played as Tiger and played exceptionally well. Then, played as myself and played considerably worse. Why?Read more ›
You have to wonder why, then, there are so many glaring problems with the game. It's as if the designers felt that because they had revolutionary gameplay they could phone in the rest of the design. Or maybe it took them too long to iron out the gameplay and so they ignored the design. Well, whatever it is, this game that could be simply the greatest sports game ever falls short.
A list of grievances:
It if FULL of glitches. Most glaring is that you are unable to see your season statistics no matter how much you play. How you can miss that in the design is beyond me, particularly as some of the trophies are statistically based (and after completing a season and not getting any of them, I can only assume that it is impossible to do so). Another glitch is that occasionally the computer will lose track of the actual position of the ball. Once, needing a par to tie for the lead on the 18th hole, I splashed a ball.... in the middle of the fairway! Another time I eagled, but I heard a ker-plunk, read that I had hit it out-of-bounds, and was somehow awarded simply a par. Ugh.
The obstacles aren't always obstacles. If you hit it in the bushes, you will often be advanced in front of them without penalty. The layouts are also too open at times.... when a hole at hazeltine is tough because of a tight, tree-lined fairway, I'd like there to be more than a few trees on the video game.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is a great game. I have spent many hours playing this game and having fun. I have my grandson over on the weekends and we play it together, he is also having a blast with it. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Leslie Seidel
Still playing the TW8 mostly but I do like the different courses available on 10. The all play feature allows my wife to play and beat me since i do not use it. Read morePublished 13 months ago by P Guy