Pebble Beach and St. Andrews are two of the courses on offer in this golf simulation, released in the early years of 16-bit technology. The three-click control system was used, whereby the first click starts the swing, the second sets the power, and the third sets draw or fade.
Beginner and Expert difficulty options are given - the latter mode has more pronounced draw and fade effects, making the timing of the third click even more crucial. You can also choose between regular and professional tees - in the latter option the distance on the holes is longer, and the computer doesn't choose the best club automatically. Because long drives aren't a crucial aspect of many of the holes, the Beginner/Expert setting is a bigger factor on your likely scoring. A unique feature for the day was the Course Designer, which was quite versatile with practice.
This precursor to Accolade's masterpiece Jack Nicklaus series was voted "Best Simulation" of 1986 by the SPA (who made the right choice, for once). Apart from the excellent strategy opions and legendary courses of Pebble Beach and St. Andrews, you can also design your own courses with the Course Architect. Up to 4 players can compete in this great golf game.
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