Summary: I like the fact that you can actually watch your golfer swing as you move the controller stick. I also like that you can play through different years of golf as the sport progressed and play against the old champions. You can also play in different difficulty modes. So if you are new at golfing sims, you can choose to play at a less difficult mode, and not be frustrated that you can't win a tournament or beat anyone. Very realistic in all aspects.
Summary: I really like the new swing architecture, it made me think I was really golfing from the usage of the right stick forcing you aim where on the ball you want to hit, thus increasing the balls in air movement (draw / fade) as well as spin upon impact. It's really nice being able to stick the ball to the pin on impact without the need to use the in air spin controls.
Lots of features, and the Masters Historic Edition adds several courses
Gearhead Mania, Amazon
6 April 2014
Summary: Tiger Woods PGA 2014 Masters Historic Edition I played both the regular edition and the Masters Historic edition. The Masters Historic edition includes several extra courses which aren’t mandatory, but add to the replayability of the game. The menu system is cumbersome, as I cannot figure out how to redeem EA codes. Editing the golfer isn’t too bad, but making club/shaft changes results in an untimely delay in saving the character.
Summary: This is just like playing live. I swing and play on the screen the same way I do live. Graphics are exceptional and nice courses to choose from. Playing on a 50" inch or better makes it even better. It takes the same amount of time to play 18 again as live. You have to be in a real live mode to to play this game. The way you swing and address the ball have to setup in the game as if you were there. . This is helping me get my boys into playing the game as well.