Summary: EA sports dropped the ball on this one. No way to save a round in mid play? Putting is OK but weird compared to real world putting. Aiming in putting goes haywire sometimes. Shot making isn't really practical and like other reviewers. I agree that the 2003 version on the original Xbox was superior.
Summary: Slow paced and boring. Graphics are good but game does not move at a pace you would expect it to. You can do a career mode and it is fun to play, but I expected more out of EA sports. I have a golf game that was free to download on my iPhone and its 10X mroe fun then playing this one.
Summary: This a great game with many great improvements, but only if you get a disc that is not flawed. This is true of my disc and if you search forums on the internet you will find the same thing happening to many others.
Summary: EA has obviously listened to the maddened consumer who screamed for more detail in something other than Tiger Woods face. The problem is they've overcompensated. Pros- More courses, a driving range, better customization for game face, excellent multi-player mode Cons- Obscene ball control, no new...
Summary: All that needs to be written about Tiger Woods 2007 is that it needs the courses from the previous games, more equipment and attire, and more opponents to battle. The idea to have customizable courses was good, but it would be better if players could actually get to place sand traps, trees or bodies...
Summary: Having loved Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2006 I was really looking forward to the release of the 2007 game. I loved the gameplay on the old game and my only real gripe was that there were not enough courses or extra features, which reduced the longevity of the game.
Not a patch on PGA Tour Golf Three for the Mega Drive
V. Farrell "Morbo", Amazon
31 January 2008
Summary: Another EA sports game, another EA sports game failure. I'm not sure exactly where to begin, so I'll just start with the issues that have annoyed me the most. 1. No Multiplayer Options in Career Mode. This, to my, mind beggars belief.