Reviews and Problems with Tiger Woods PGA Tour 12: The Masters
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Very Good Golf Simulation
Mark A. Mears, Amazon
26 July 2013
Summary: What I like about the 2012 edition of Tiger Woods is that you can make it as easy or as challenging as you want. When you take off the "training wheels", beating par becomes a real effort, particularly with difficult pin placements. The graphics, while not quite photo-realistic, are very good. The Augusta National course is captured at the peak of its springtime beauty, with the azaleas and dogwoods in full bloom.
Summary: Not only do you have to work yourself up from amatuer to a professional, you also get a caddy that grows with you as you play together in tournaments. To have the opportunity to examine and master over 30 golf courses is time consuming but you will want to come back and play again. Just like in real golf. To be paired with Tiger Woods and to beat him and to remain #1 brought more competition to the game.
Summary: I'm hooked, a great cure for those winter blues when one cannot get out to do the real thing. Some have complained about having to pay for additional courses, but there are enough included to keep you occupied and challanged (although I did purchase one additional so far). Lots of fun!