Summary: This game blows the putting is so bad no effort was put in to the making of this game and most of the tiger woods game are pretty bad this is one of the worst don't waste your money i spent ten dollars and pay way to much
Summary: Not sure why but they added the caddy tip that has to be disabled on every hole and the entire gameplay has changed. As a gamer that has gotten used to controls for certain games like this I don't understand why EA Sports would change it. If it ain't broke don't fix it.
Summary: Do not recommend this product! EA has really screwed this game up! The control you as a player has over the game is not satisfactory. The putting is almost impossible, they should have left it like it was in the Tiger Woods 11.
Overall I am extremely disappointed with this once great game.
2 September 2011
Summary: I am a pro at this game so the caddie just gets in my way. When i hit the B button I want it to zoom down the hole so I can set up my shot like before. Now it just zooms right to where the ball is going to land. and the putting?
Summary: If you want the full experience of Tiger Woods PGA Tour 12: The Masters, be prepared to shell out far more than the $60 (or recent price drop to $45). And not just a little, literally HUNDREDS of dollars in DLC to get it all. Nah, that's ok you'll say.
Summary: The game overall is very good, but I wouldn't recommend it to anyone. $50 for the game and $50 for the dlc golf courses is ridiculous. I loved this game in the past, but I do not enjoy EA screwing us by charging for the game and charging for the golf courses which are used during the career...
EA SPORTS are completely out of their minds with DLC.
Matt R. Dargis "Brian Fantana", Amazon
17 June 2011
Summary: Best Tiger Woods I have played in a LONG time. But, seriously, come on. How do you justify charging $50.00 dollars for DLC courses that were done when the game came out? Some courses that you NEED to own in order to play a season. Think about it that is $110.00 dollars if you want a "complete" game.
Summary: The lack of any usable meter to gauge swing power is bad. The putting interface is worse. I guess it's nice that they finally paid Augusta enough to use the course, but that doesn't make the game any more fun.