Advertising Blurbswww.nintendo.com - Wii U:
Power swing and putt in this classic game of Golf!
Featuring three challenging modes of 18-hole courses, Golf brings classic swinging entertainment to play solo or with a friend! Adjust your stance, select the right club, watch the wind and then control the power of your down-swing. Just remember that the goal is not to have the highest score, but to hit the ball in the fewest number of strokes possible!
Contributed by Victor Vance (6308) on May 01, 2015.
Release Date: Sep 8, 2011
No. of Players: 1 player
Game OverviewMeet your caddy at the tee.
This new version of the 1990 Game Boy classic brings you 32 holes of realistic golf action with hazards that change every time you play.
Each hole has tricky hazards, so strategy is a must. Read the wind direction, check the distance, select a club, adjust your swing and keep your eye on the ball. Then, drive it home. A scorecard will keep track of your points for each hole.
From twisting fairways and hungry sandtraps to big water hazards and deceptive greens, Golf is packed with challenges.
This game is only playable in 2D.
Contributed by Michael Cassidy (16867) on Sep 17, 2012.
Some of the world's greatest classic video games are making a triumphant return! Now, with e-Reader technology, the code for an entire game can be stored on a stack of just five cards! Just slide the e-Reader cards through an e-Reader attached to a Game Boy Advance and you're ready to play.
Swing with the pros on an 18-hole championship course! Choose your club, adjust your stance, and time your swing for the perfect shot. Water hazards and bunkers loom ever present, and an out-of-bounds shot is just a slice away. Enjoy all the fun of real golf -- without the divots!
Contributed by Xoleras (65974) on Dec 31, 2004.
18-holes of classic golf action will test your mettle!
Avoid the water hazards and bunkers to clinch the victory.
Can you get the elusive hole-in-one?
ONE, TWO, THREE... FORE!
Swing with the pros on an 18-hole championship course! Choose your club, adjust your stance, and time your swing for the perfect shot. Water hazards and bunkers loom ever present, and an out-of-bounds shot is just a slice away. Enjoy all the fun of real golf - without the divots!
It's video game software on cards! Plug the e-Reader accessory from Nintendo into a Game Boy Advance system, scan the cards through the e-Reader and get ready to play! Both are required in order to scan data on e-Reader cards. Many e-Reader card series are available, and more on the way!
Contributed by Corn Popper (69405) on Jun 22, 2004.
SINK THAT WINNING PUTT
You need to make this 25-foot putt to win the tournament and take home the prize or you're a has-been. The green looks fast and it should break to the left. You line up your shot, hold your breath, and putt gently towards the hole. It sinks, and the victory is yours.
GAME PLAY: This game lets you pick your club, control your swing--even select the angle of impact. You push the button three times to hit with the irons and woods. Your timing gives you control of the distance and direction of your shot. Don't let that slice get the better of you. You also have to account for wind speed and direction. So plan your shot carefully. When you're on the green, you get a close-up view that shows the slope and steepness of the putting surface. This 18-hole championship course is a beauty to play, but keep that ball out of the lakes and the bunkers or you'll never make par.
Contributed by Joshua J. Slone (4621) on Mar 14, 2004.
From tee to green, you've never played golf like this!
Nintendo GOLF lets you choose your clubs, change your stance, control your swings - even select the angle of impact! You'll view the hole from both close up and far away, judge the changing conditions of the green, and measure the wind velocity! But watch out. When the wind changes, so does the flight of your ball! With Nintendo's state of the art graphics and realistic game play you'll really believe you're on the fairways. So play Nintendo GOLF because there's not a video game on par with it anywhere!
Players: 1 or 2
Contributed by Corn Popper (69405) on Sep 30, 2002.