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Greg Norman's Golf Power (NES)

Greg Norman's Golf Power NES Title screen


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This golf game comes with pre-designed golf courses in locales such as the U.S.A., Japan, England, Scotland, Germany, Spain, France, Australia, and Hawaii. There is also an opportunity for the player to design their own golf course. The game features variable weather conditions like showers, downpours, wind, and sunshine. The game allows for both strokeplay and matchplay. It also allows for three difficulty levels: novice, amateur, and professional. Practice mode lets the player train on the putting green or on a practice hole.

Gameplay consists of aiming the golf ball and then swinging the chosen golf club. Swinging is done by a meter which measures the power of the shot and determines whether the ball gets hit straight, hooks, or slices. Putting is done with an overhead view on the green with the meter being used to measure the amount of power that is put on a putt.


Greg Norman's Golf Power NES The second USA course
Greg Norman's Golf Power NES Different shapes of water hazards
Greg Norman's Golf Power NES Practice options
Greg Norman's Golf Power NES Different options for the hole

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Alaka (33096) added Greg Norman's Golf Power (NES) on Jul 09, 2008