Summary: This Disney golf game is a easy one to play & i enjoy playing it cause i have a copy of the game. I am sure that any kid would like to play this one. You can have a lot of fun playing this one.
Summary: I bought this for my six year old but was surprised how much I enjoyed playing this game with him. The graphics are colorful and the characters (though you only have 8 of them) are fun to play with. My biggest disappointment is that the game does get too easy quickly. Luckily there are more challenging courses, but those can be easy after playing once or twice. That makes this a great game for young children because they will be challenged longer.
Summary: I purchased this game for my three grandsons. They are 7, 4 and 3. The three year old is still having a little trouble, but the others fight to keep it away from ME!!! I love this game. It is great to teach the children eye-hand control. But it is equally fun for me. This is something we can all enjoy.
Summary: You might approach Disney Golf and laugh for a certain period of time thinking it will be childlike and brightly shallow. You might even expect the odd sing-a-long, taking golf balls or giant weights falling from the sky to crush underperforming golfers. But suprisingly it is a very playable golf game. Of course, this isn't an entirely straight game of gold.
Summary: Just opened this game tonight and I played with my 5-year-old son. I've played other golf games before, so the play mechanism was familiar to me -- aim, click to start the swing, click to determine your power, click to determine accuracy. Very fun and easy for me, and even my 5-year-old had picked up on it by the 2nd hole.
Summary: Disney golf brings fun characters, unbelievable power ups, and terrific courses to the game of golf. My 5 year old is even learning to keep score when he watches real golf on TV. OK, here's the deal. Select a Disney character with a particular strength (i.e. power, skill) and play head to head with another character (though you can play doubles).
Summary: I bought this game for my 5-year-old. It seems okay, despite the silly "power-ups," but I can't for the life of me figure out how two people can play. I select a game, then I select "2 players." I next select a character for player #1 and one for player #2. When play begins, though, it's a one-player game. The directions are not helpful in the least. Any ideas?