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- Compete in the prestigious Ryder Cup Tournament
- Tweak matchups on the fly as you captain your team to victory
- Participate in Better Ball, Alternate Shot and Match Play competitions
- Enhanced Wii MotionPlus support includes Advanced Plus and Tour Pro swing options
- Advanced Plus tracks swing rotation and swing plane - reading the virtual path of your club through your swing
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Represent the U.S. or European squad in Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11 as you compete in the prestigious Ryder Cup tournament on The Celtic Manor Resort in Wales. Captain your team and adjust matchups on the fly as you fight for glory. Challenge up to 23 friends in Online Team Play as you compete in two 12-person teams to see who can rise to the top of the leaderboards. See if you can make par on some of the PGA Tour's most celebrated courses. Can you lead your team to Ryder Cup glory?
Top Customer Reviews
I have been through many golf video games up to this point, but with TW11 I was looking for a real golf experience. The manual is surprisingly light on info and you'll have to dig within the game to get some of your questions answered, but with eleven versions of the game under their belt EA probably skipped a lot of the basics. Mostly on my own, my experience went along these lines: my first couple of tournament games I scored dead last, then I read the manual. After this I came in first place. Too easy, I thought: turns out I had been playing AdvancedPlus swing at the Normal level. So I moved up to a TrueView swing and turned off things like manual Draw/Fade and PuttPreview, nothing but yardage markers to guide me, just like the real game. Now I hover around 10th place and that's a perfect enough impetus for me to keep going.
This game is the culmination of what started 50+ years ago when someone invented that little metal golf hole so you could practice your putts in your living room. If you love golf, and own a Wii, buy this game. Period.
It's fascinating playing golf at all these different golf courses around the world.
You can play with an adoring crowd and announcers, or you can play solo.
Note: I highly recommend getting the Chicken Stick - made by a different manufacturer - to really get your money's worth out of this or any other simulated golf game. (And no, I have no affiliation whatsoever with Chicken Stick! I'm just a very satisfied customer.)
I've played the 2008 version and the graphics and options and set up on 2011 is so much better. If you love golf, the Wii version is the best it really uses your movements to determine the power of your strokes.
These games are what got me into golf and I love them!
The "All-Play" mode (which is for beginners) is way too easy: not only does it show you where the ball is going (including bounce and roll off of drives), but it corrects your aim for you - you can't miss! The Standard mode (which I am still using (there are 3 higher swing difficulties) seems like a huge leap from the ALL-Play.
We love the different courses, but the commentary gets very old after a while. Really, EA Sports, you couldn't have either different commentators or different scripts. Hearing the same comments again and again gets very old, considering that your worked so hard to give us all of those interesting golf courses and weather conditions.