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This is a game that actually lives up to the arcade version. It's tons of fun and the options seem almost unending. I think the thing I liked most about the game was the fact that while you are playing, there is a lot of information on screen, such as which hole you are on, the par for that hole, which golfer is up and the stroke that they are on, plus all the usual info, like wind indicator, club indicator and the distance to the pin.
Peter Jacobsen's Golden Tee Golf" comes pretty much as advertised, a very simple arcade golf game without major PGA endorsements, or depth beyond playing through the Tournament to open the variations of the six courses (and 'Shadow Games' for players to challenge each other via Memory Cards). It looks awful and has no legs beyond parties with drunk friends, but sounds great and controls like a dream. I had a blast playing it and suggest you do likewise, but definitely do what I did and rent it first to see/hear/feel what I meant. Or better yet, get out of your cave and go socialize to a bar of bowling alley somewhere in your town, and play the arcade version of "Golden Tee Golf" the way it was meant to be played: surrounded by fat people eating nachos, drinking beer and talking loud.
Golden Tee Golf doesn't contain anything that warrants a recommendation. It's a boring game in a genre already void of excitement, and that makes it far too dull to sit through for an extended period of time. There are certainly better golf games out there, so if that's your thing, you should pass on Golden Tee Golf.