Summary: Seller should have said that he bought it used! [could tell by the YELLOW sticker saying USED]. This game HAD more scratches than my sons game, which he has had since 2004 when they first came out. I say HAD due to being so upset with it I DISTROYED it and found another one on ebay. I will mark this seller and never buy from them again.
Summary: Being a huge fan of XSN Golf for Xbox, I decided to try Tiger Woods' game because of all the rave reviews I've heard. I was so disappointed. The controls are rather difficult and hard to master. Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2004 is not that much different from last year's Tiger. The analog swing is unchanged, letting you control the power and direction of your shot with a back-and-forward motion on the analog stick.
Summary: There is one major and serious problem with this Electronic Arts game. If you want, and you will need need to, drive the ball with a power shot you can't do it reliably. You have to keep flipping the L-1 button so fast that you can't get any power on the ball because you can't flip that button fast enough when producing the backswing. It is terrible! It is left to luck and this absolutely ruins the game to the point it is totally unplayable.
Summary: although the graphics in this game are good the gameplay is very similar to the previous tiger woods game. I found it continuous and at some points rather boring i have played the demo of the the knew version (2005)and i must say it is much better. Another disadvantage of the game is that it has many graphic errors and i found it caused my ps2 to crash. I do not recomend Tiger woods PGA 2004 but recomend you wait for Tiger woods PGA Tour 2005 which seems much better.
Summary: Save your money, the US 2004 version has online gaming, but for some reason Electronic Arts decided not to provide this feature for the UK version of the game, I notice they decided to keep the price the same though. I would suggest waiting for Tiger Woods 2005, when hopefully Electronic Arts may have woken up and smelt the coffee. How any developer can release a game like at the end of 2003 without online gaming support is beyond my comprehension. Wake up EA!!!!!!!