Summary: It plays a little glitchy. The simple driving range that comes with WII Fit let's me draw the ball. The recommendation here is to hit the left cross button and shake the remote in order to cause a draw. I've always played to a natural draw and I am not going to press buttons and shake the remote. I've quit using it.
Summary: Got this for a Christmas present for my father who absolutely loves the golf game on Wii Sports. He plays it every single evening when he gets home from work. Unfortunately, it's the simplicity of the game that works and TW doesn't have it. I'm sure this is great for seasoned golf vets, but it doesn't have the simplicity factor of Wii Sports and he doesn't enjoy playing it. Therefore, I can't score it any higher.
Summary: a vast difference from earlier editions;, the interface is confusing and the advancement in rank is not obvious. studying the manual is a must but not always clea. r the ball is not as white and obvious as before. distance hit is only available while ball is in the air.
Summary: I bought this game for my adult son who is really enjoying it. He says he gets some exercise just swinging that rod, he loves it. It is not for me to use, I am a working mother who does not like golf.
Summary: I have grown to like this game very much, but it does have glitches.. Particularly for a left hander, and worse for a left hander that putts right handed. At first these glitches were enough to toss the game, but I kept it up, and the misfiring has gotten much less, though no less aggravating.I have had to also putt left handed, and this served to help a great deal.I have just received the 2009, and I can see that is going to take a long adjustment period.
Summary: They spent way too much development talent on creating items to buy such as fancy clothes, clubs, attitudes, etc., and not enough on actual game graphics. Putting is awful. You frequently can't see the hole clearly. The freebe (Wii Sports) that comes with the Wii has better putting graphics than does this program. My husband, an avid golfer, is NOT pleased and would NOT recommend the game to anyone who knows how to play golf.
Summary: Remember, it's only a game - it's only a game, right!? Human vs. human play is great! Human vs. virtual player is so-so. How many of you as well as professional golfers will land within 3-5 feet, 90% of the time, from any distance on a chip-shot? Well, the virtual players do. And, if you don't land on the green 90+% of the time within 10-12 feet for birdie, you will not win. Oh yeah, remember, it's only a game.
Summary: Tiger's Tour 2008 is good once you can get into it. It takes a while to figure out the nuances and additional time to get started. Be sure that you have LOTS of time if you want to play. It is fun when you get the hang of it. Graffics are OK but could be better. Sometimes the controls are a bit questionable and unreliable. Overall, it is fun... I guess I just expected more of Tiger!
Summary: This game is way to hard almost so much so that you get frustrated and quit. The shots are never the same. You can't get any good control of the ball and forget the shots using the Wedge clubs! Just to hard to have any fun with it!
Summary: This game is really good fun in the beginning - especially on the Wii. The courses, etc, are pretty well laid out and you can spend many hours competing with a friend. Unfortunately, it gets old pretty quickly - and also gets really really easy. After you get the hang of it initially, you will be able to play 10-under par rounds for fun at the toughest settings. The complexity of a real golf game is just missing.