World Tour Golf lets you play over a dozen well known courses, including Augusta and Pebble Beach. A split screen gives you an overhead view of the hole and a 3-D view. The control uses multiple button presses to set pace and draw/fade - fortunately a Driving Range is included to practice on. When you select a club, its range is superimposed on the view, making planning shots easier. Wind, pin placement and even weather conditions must be considered as you play your shot. Also included is a course architect for creating new courses or modifying existing ones.
World Tour Golf's copy protection has you identify which course an overhead view of a hole is from. The list of possibles are scattered throughout the manual. Should you fail the copy protection, you can still play the game, but only the first two holes.