Summary: This game is fun the DS gameplay works very well and adds new elements to otherwise typical golf game. The game gets difficult as you work your way through it. worst aspect is once you play a tournament you can't go back and play it again you can only move forward. overall good game.
Summary: I am 31 and love the sport of golf. I have been playing for over 15 years and this game is as close as it gets to the real thing. I have had the game for over a month and I've played it every day. Would recomend it to all ages.
it's not an emotional graphic, but fun like real golf
Tiger Woo, Amazon
6 July 2007
Summary: If you have played Tiger Woods series on Playstation or Xbox, you will be disappointed by cheap graphic. However, touch-pen swing is really interesting. You can enjoy your improvement like real golf. It's only $19. Great deal!
Summary: After reading others reviews about this game I was kind of skeptical. But after having received the game and played it for awhile, the game is actually quite fun. It actually has features that I wish the pc version would have, like the caddy telling you where to aim. The caddy info works pretty well when it gives you info of the putting. I am having just as much fun with this game as I do with the PC version. I have got just as many birdies and eagles.
Summary: I got Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2005 this past Christmas for my kids to play on their DSes. However, it is me who has spent the greatest amount of time with the game since unwrapping it. As a beginner, the game only lets you play 3 of the (I think it's) 6 courses in "Quick Play" (practice) mode. And for starters I highly recommend spending your first few hours in Quick Play mode to get accustomed to swinging the club with the stylus and learning the nuances of each course.
Summary: I've played a number of golf games in the past; not sure what more you can do to make this a better game. Good graphics, excellent game play. Whole premise of earning money to get more skill points is good motivation to keep playing; extremely addictive. One nice feature would be wireless multiplayer, though perhaps because of the turn based nature of golf and the slow pace, it wouldn't really add much. But still, it would add a nice extra dimension to the game play.
Summary: I was hesitant to purchase this game at first, thinking there was no way that this 'portable' could match it's console counterparts. I had no idea how tiger woods would fit into the whole scheme of the DS and was afraid of being dissapointed. I should have known better considering I played almost every game in the series, each one giving me endless reasons to play for hours on end.
Awesome game... if you've never played the XBox version.
Doreen "reads too much, according to her mom.", Amazon
12 March 2006
Summary: I came to this game from playing the awesome XBox version, so was disappointed by the limited character customization options. That said, I believe the gameplay is vastly more challenging and superior to the XBox version. The touch screen (especially with the swing) makes it feel like a truer adaptation of the game of golf. Plus, the putting is trickier. This isn't a game for people who think of golf as a soothing pastime.
Summary: This Game Is nonstop fun! Ya I know alot of the reviews say that is is the worst game because the touch screen makes it too hard. I completely disagree. I mean.. Who dosnt like a little challenge every once in a while, huh. overall Great fun. youll never want to set it down. Highly reccomend it.