Summary: Already 1 of my fav games. I love this game. Relaxing and exciting at the same time. My daughter who is 6 figured out what to do without asking me what the controls were. She even got a Hole In One.
Summary: This iteration of Tiger Woods golf has many positives, including the beauty of the courses, the relative ease to pick up and play for those who may not have played this series before, the new caddy feature, and all of the different ways you can customize your golfer. Over the past few weeks I have played my way through amateur tournaments and Q-School en route to making the cut for the PGA Tour.
Summary: Well, if you are like me, the 99%er, you will never play at this course, but thanks to EA now you can. This game is great, the greens are just so realistic you see missing easy 2 foot putts just like the pros at the 13th hole in Augusta. I haven't purchased another Tiger Woods game since then, and no wonder EA finally stopped and discontinued their association with Woods (Dec '13).
Summary: This is a terrible game. First during the extra long load times between holes they play this sleep inducing music, then you get to hear Jim Nantz in his fake homespun insipidness. The game play is average except for putting which is completely unrealistic and gets frustrating. Caddy feature is a worthless gimmick that adds nothing to the game. Beyond all of the above this game is boring. It is really uninspiring and dull.
Summary: The bundle was a great way to save some money. The eye and the move controller with this price alone is a great deal for under $50 which I was lucky enough to find. But with the TW Masters 2012 included, made it all the better. I've been playing EA Sports' PGA Tour golf since 1995 when it was it was ran on Windows 95. So I've had my experience with golf games. 2012 is great, but not the best. I give it a 5 star rating because of the the deal with this bundle.