Summary: This was purchased as a gift. I do not own or use a gaming console. The item was received in a timely manner and the recipient was pleased with the gift- about all I can tell you about the item.
Summary: I'm #1 starts the beginning of the 2002 Tiger Wood's experience. I was impressed with the graphics. The announcer in this game are David Feherity and Gary McCord. They make fun of water hazards sometimes.
Summary: If you enjoy golf video games, this is a must have. The controller scheme is different from any I have played before but I find it a little easier to manipulate than the 3-button press thing. It is especially effective for chipping.
Summary: This game is great. I have been playing PGA games since the Sega days. This one is by far the best out. The challenges are great. Its more than just hitting the ball and playing a round. the concept of buying attributes is unique.
Summary: I am buying PS2 mainly because of this game. I played it with a friend and lo and behold it was the best game I have ever played. The Graphics are so real. The only 2 problems with the game is the analog swing and that there are no scrambles,like best ball or texas.
Summary: This is by far the most enjoyable sports game I've ever played. The controls are not as difficult as you might think, I got it down after a few tries. The courses are awesome, the announcers are good, the competition is great and the best part is there are so many different options to play.
Summary: Tpgatour is one of the best golf games ever. I love how you can hit like happy gilmore and all of the power. If you love golf games I reccomend this to any golf fan. I hit a drive 390 yards in the game. Also there is a tiger challenge mode which is awesome.
multi player golf is truly cool, BEST GOLF GAME EVER!!!
patricia laverty, Amazon
25 June 2002
Summary: This years version put last years half baked attempt to shame,it's got tons of unlockable stuff,and skill points,TIGER WOODS 2002 is the best ,get a multi-tap,an have at it with your pals.get this now
Summary: The last PS2 version (and first in a hopefully long-running series) was excellent. I was trying to wait for PS2 on-line capabilities before I bought another golf game, knowing full-well that the good folks at EA Sports would take advantage of the opportunity and put out an online Tiger game as soon...