Summary: Parents need to know that this is a golf simulation game. There's no controversial content, but you can play online. Common Sense Media doesn't recommend kids under the age of 12 playing online unsupervised. Both women and men golfers are represented in the game.
Summary: Tiger Woods PGA Tour 09 will feature dynamic, personalized gameplay via Tiger Woods' personal coach, Hank Haney, a more intuitive and customized EA Sports GamerNet++ experience as well as an all-new game engine powering online play.
Conclusion: If you're looking for a good golf game for the Wii, then Tiger Woods PGA Tour 09 All Play is the one to get. The modes are lengthy and enjoyable, the online play can be addictive, and the controls are utilized better than most. This is way better by far than 2008's version, but even so it's not a perfect experience. There are still some frustrating loose ends to tie up here and there, though I suppose no game ever achieves perfection.
Excerpt: Tiger Woods PGA Tour 09 All-Play is the best golf game available on the Wii, but it still has a number of flaws that will leave most players anxiously awaiting the Wii Motion Plus enabled 2010 edition. While the controls are so far the best imitation of real golf available on any video game system, there are still problems with swing recognition that will negatively affect the performance of the player.
Conclusion: This game is great. Not just in terms of a golf game but in general I really enjoyed playing this as did the rest of my family. EA have really done well on the title and my congratulations go out to the team who made it, but it isn’t without fault. The accuracy of the swing, especially in putting, is definitely off, no online play, lag and inconsistent guidance make the game difficult to enjoy at times.
Pros: Great multiplayer options, Good single player depth, Excellent character customisation
Cons: No online Mode, Occasional Lag, Swing detection is poor
Excerpt: "The key to playing a solid round of golf in this game is to master the controls." These are the game's first words which is fair enough if they bloody work and fortunately, unlike last year's effort, they do.
Summary: This is the third installment of Tiger Woods golf game for the Nintendo Wii in as many years, and while the 07 and 08 versions of Tiger weren’t bad they weren’t great either. So have EA Sports improved their game this time around?
Conclusion: Whether you're clubbing together playing online, feeling true-to-life golf motions or getting lost in the inviting single and multiplayer modes, Tiger Woods '09 on Wii is the golf game to experience.