Summary: I guess I'd like to put the star between "it's okay" and "I like it" (so 3.5 would be more accurate). I bought this for the disc golf feature, not the golf part so that is the only thing I'm reviewing....I didn't play golf with Tiger at all :-) I just got it and we spent all evening playing it, so this is based on one evening, first impression and comparing it to what I'm already familiar with, Wii Sports Resort.
Summary: This is a great game for beginners since, when you use the 'all play' or 'precision putting' the ball goes exactly where it is supposed to go. No problems beating every hole and winning every game. Once you've mastered the game doing all the work you need to go to 'standard' swing and 'classic' putting. There you will definitely see the difference in placing your shots. The really bad thing about this game is the graphics.
Summary: I have played every TW game since they have been on the market. They are all fun but inconsistent. I just got done what I thought was the last round in the fedex format but it only shows that I am 75 percent complete. I have played the fedex format twice and it keeps showing 75 percent complete, I don't know what the problem is. I was on the 15th hole -31 Sabbatini was in the clubhouse finished at -33.
Summary: Having to figure nearly everything out by frustrating searching, often without results, greatly diminishes enjoyment. Apparently, EA isn't capable of providing a helpful manual either with the game or on-line. Their recourse is to provide an extremely sketchy pamphlet and referral to an on-line "user forum" that consists of multitudes of pages filled mostly with advanced-level comments and tips that are of little use to someone needing basic instructions and help in...
Summary: I thoroughly enjoyed playing Wii Resorts Golf, but got a bit tired of playing the same 18 holes over and over. So, I went looking for a game with more variety. After reading the many rave reviews of TW PGA Tour Pro 10 for Wii, I spent my hard earned $[...]. According to many reviewers, this game accurately mirrors real life golf. Well, yes and no.
Summary: After buying, and eventually breaking and throwing away 09 I swore, yet again, never again EA... you hear me, never. Well, here we are again. 2010 fixes a lot of problem that plagued 09. The putting is much better, but still as inconsistent as you would expect from EA. Using the precision putting is probably as close as anyone has come yet, however, it isn't uncommon for the back swing to be at 50%, the forward swing to be at 50%, but oh no... you only hit it 35%.
Summary: For my money, this is the most fun you can have with a sports game, particularly if you are a golfer. With the motion-plus controller, this game is the closest thing to playing a real sport in your home. It's ridiculously addicting, and a lot of fun. For me, it is too easy on the standard difficulty and swing options, but quite challenging on the advanced settings. You have to wonder why, then, there are so many glaring problems with the game.
Summary: It's an ok game but the realism just isn't there. There are a lot of things missing as well. For starters there is no practice tee/green. How are you supposed to practice without a practice tee? This was a huge oversight. In the club tuning area, you can hit shots to see how far they go but it's not really set up for practice. And there's no way to practice putting at all as far as I can tell.