Summary: I like the game and the mechanics of the game. I find it fun to play. I played a demo before purchasing the game at a store so I knew I wanted the game. I watched Amazon for about 2 weeks and bought it on sale lower than any retail store which made it even better.
Summary: When it comes to golf games, you've got two choices: Tiger Woods or Hot Shots. If you want a true golf simulator, with real courses, real equipment, and real golfers, Tiger Woods is your only choice. Despite the monopoly, Tiger Woods 2010 does not disappoint.
Summary: Tiger Woods PGA Tour 10 is far more believable than some of the other versions. I found myself working harder to achieve the next level versus the "unbelievable shot" scenario. Overall a good value and a fun experience.
Summary: My only beef for this game was the auto save feature, which most of the time was OK but occasionally it wouldnt give a hard save to the data on my players, adding frustration when I would return to the game the next day, that could simply be avoided by adding in a manual hard save feature somewhere...
Okay, too much Tiger can make one weary, great game though
Finance wizard "Wharton MBA", Amazon
16 July 2009
Summary: Love hitting this game after work when we can't make it out to the range. Great courses that are very real and I think I have actually improved my ability to read fairways and putting greens playing this game.
Summary: For some reason, to me, Golf has always translated very well to the consoles. This even dates back to when I would play the NES game "GOLF" which was a favorite at our house - heck, even my dad would play that.