The Tiger Woods golf games of the past were focused on advancing a single player career or getting some games in with your friends. They were good, fun games that were built around mechanics reliant on precision and a variety of meters and gauges. The Golf Club is still a good round of golf at its heart, but it is built on several different principles. One is a lack of gadgets - your swing mechanic is tied to the animation on screen, relying more on feel than what a meter reads. The competitive, asynchronous online mode provides some 'competition' no matter a person's availability and cuts out wait times. Lastly the course creator attempts to give you powerful editing tools so that a variety of golf courses can be built, customized and shared out for the rest of the world to play. Most of what The Golf Club tries to do works quite well, but not quite everything.
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