CustomPlay Golf (Windows)

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Customplay Golf is a golf simulation with a strong focus on its editor. Basically the main premise of the game is that the player builds his own golf courses before playing and sharing them - similar to what TrackMania is for racing games. The editor allows to customize most aspects of a course. For impatient players there is also a function which creates a random course which the player can edit to his wishes. These courses can by sent to friends with the PlayMail feature.

The gameplay itself is basic. The player creates his own character and uses it to play his or one of the 17 pre-made courses. He can choose between the usual two-click, three-click and TrueSwing controls. In the first two variants the player needs to solve a reaction test by clicking the mouse with the right timing. With the TrueSwing method the player controls the whole hit with his mouse.


CustomPlay Golf Windows Teeing up on the first hole of the El Cortante course
CustomPlay Golf Windows Putting practice is essential. Note how little power is required to make the shot
CustomPlay Golf Windows The line up for a tournament. The player's group is shown in blue. The AI players in the group will all use the game's default character unless the player has created and used alternatives
CustomPlay Golf Windows There are two kinds of tour, the Local Tour and the Web Tour. In 2016 the web options are no longer available. This is the configuration screen at the start of a local tour

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PC Zone Jun 06, 2005 7.5 out of 10 75
Game Captain Nov 30, 2005 67 out of 100 67
GameStar (Germany) Nov, 2005 44 out of 100 44


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Patrick Bregger (199916) added CustomPlay Golf (Windows) on Nov 02, 2009