20 Games Like Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2005()
PGA Tour is a series of golf video games developed and published by Electronic Arts and later their EA Sports sub-label since 1990, the series primarily features courses featured on the U.S. PGA Tour, and other notable courses (such as those that have hosted majors).
In 1998, EA began publishing their golf games with the endorsement of Tiger Woods. After Tiger Woods 99 PGA Tour Golf was released, subsequent titles were named Tiger Woods PGA Tour and released yearly.
Although EA Sports developed most games in the series internally, some SKUs have come from outside developers including the first edition, Tiger Woods 99 PGA Tour Golf, which Adrenalin Entertainment developed in conjunction with EA for the PlayStation and Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2001 for the PlayStation, which was developed by Stormfront Studios. IOMO also produced versions of the game for mobile phones for the 2002, 2004, and 2005 editions.
In October 2013, EA announced that it would end its relationship with Woods, and be replaced by a new golfer on the next instalment. On March 16, 2015, it was announced that Rory McIlroy—the current top golfer in the world, would become the new title athlete of the franchise, which will now be known as Rory McIlroy PGA Tour.
The series was responsible for several innovations in the genre, such as the now standard three-click swing method, and in 1995 a critic stated in GamePro that "The PGA series flies high above the rest for two reasons: You can completely control a shot, and you play on the best courses around." However, unlike other games in the EA Sports label, the series was often shadowed by other competitors such as the Jack Nicklaus series, Links series, Microsoft Golf or The Golf Pro.
1.1.1 PGA Tour Golf (1990)
1.1.2 PGA Tour Golf II (1992)
1.1.3 PGA Tour Golf III (1994)
1.1.4 PGA Tour 96 (1995)
1.1.5 PGA Tour 97 (1996)
1.1.6 PGA Tour 98 (1997)
1.2 Tiger Woods
1.2.1 Tiger Woods 99 PGA Tour Golf (1998)
1.2.2 Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2000 (1999)
1.2.3 Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2001 (2000)
1.2.4 Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2002 (2002)
1.2.5 Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2003 (2002)
1.2.6 Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2004 (2003)
1.2.7 Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2005 (2004)
1.2.8 Tiger Woods PGA Tour 06 (2005)
1.2.9 Tiger Woods PGA Tour 07 (2006)
1.2.10 Tiger Woods PGA Tour 08 (2007)
1.2.11 Tiger Woods PGA Tour 09 (2008)
1.2.12 Tiger Woods PGA Tour 10 (2009)
1.2.13 Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11 (2010)
1.2.14 Tiger Woods PGA Tour 12 (2011)
1.2.15 Tiger Woods PGA Tour 13 (2012)
1.2.16 Tiger Woods PGA Tour 14 (2013)
1.3 Rory McIlroy
1.3.1 Rory McIlroy PGA Tour (2015)
1.4.1 PGA European Tour (1994)
1.4.2 PGA Tour Pro (1997)
1.4.3 Tiger Woods PGA Tour (2009)
1.4.4 Tiger Woods PGA Tour Online (2010)
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Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2003 (2002)
Main article: Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2003
Released in 2002 for Windows, PlayStation 2, Xbox and GameCube.
While professional golfer Tiger Woods has no equal on the PGA Tour, you now have the chance to build a golfer that's even better. Take your custom golfer through the trials and tribulations of all the courses in Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2004, earning cash to spend on new digs and advanced equipment. Use the analog stick to shape any shot type such as the flop or punch. Go head-to-head against the computer, a friend, or an online player with PS2's network adapter. With all the top competition on some of the most famous fairways and greens ever, this is the one of the most complete golf experiences yet.
Swing into action with the first-ever PS2 golf game from Electronic Arts in Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2001. In all, six pro golfers take to the green on three real-life courses including SpyGlass Hill, Pebble Beach, and Poppy Hills as they swing and putt their way through exact replicas of all 18 holes. The varied modes of play are now supported by two new entries, Challenge and Play-Now, in addition to such returning staples as Match, Skins, and Stroke. Making use of the PS2’s additional graphical capacity over its PSOne counterpart, the game also boasts fully-rendered 3D environments and players, as well as an enhanced analog control system that makes use of the PlayStation's Dual Shock 2 enhancements.
The player who revolutionized the sport of golf returns to the PlayStation in Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2000. This sequel to Tiger Woods'99 has been designed from the ground up for fun and easy accessibility. Finding the green is a breeze with an innovative swing design: pressing the X button or deftly manipulating the analog joystick simulates your swing. Only have time for a quick round of golf? An entire 18-hole course can be enjoyed in only 30 minutes. In addition to Tiger Woods, an enlarged roster of licensed PGA tour pros like Mark O'Meara and Davis Love III are here to choose from. Select from expanded modes of play including Practice, Tournament, Skins, Fourball, Foursomes, and Shootout Mode. Compete on many different, lushly rendered, real life golf courses (including Las Colinas, Poppy Hills, and The Badlands) and listen to helpful and often humorous comments from Tiger himself. You also get updated graphics that display wind direction and show you how the ball lies. Whether you're a big time golf fan or a complete novice, there's much to savor here.
Tiger Woods 99 PGA Tour Golf is the fourth PlayStation golf title from Electronic Arts and first to promise you'll play 18 holes within 30 minutes. Play as the champion or one of seven other PGA Tour pros on five different 3D courses: TPC at Southwind, TPC at Summerlin, TPC at Las Colinas, TPC at Sawgrass and TPC of Scottsdale.
There are a total of eight different modes of play: Practice, Stroke Play, The Skins Game, Tournament, Shoot-Out, Foursome Match, Four Ball Match and Tour Play, with the latter making its debut in this release. Tour Play lets you play in a season of five four-round tournaments referred to as events. Participating in each event will earn you money, but the goal of winning the major is your main incentive.
Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2003 is a 2002 golf video game released by EA Sports. Among the features in the game is the Tiger Challenge, in which the player is matched against real or fantasy golfers one at a time. There is also a scenario mode with 50 scenarios, challenging the players' skills in a variety of realistic settings. The game also includes a tournament mode that simulates a season on the PGA Tour.
The game incorporates the FedExCup championship format (a collection of tournaments) with rounds of golf at Westchester Country Club, TPC Boston, Cog Hill, and East Lake. The putt preview has been improved, allowing the player to simulate the ball's path once per individual spot, taking into accounts elements such as power, speed and elevation. On the Xbox 360 and the PS3, shots are not performed using the analog stick, but with the 3-point timed principle for start, power and accuracy. Shot Confidence is a new addition, keeping track of the player's performance on certain courses, for specific puts and using certain clubs. Great performances raise the confidence, which translates into experience and better performance on specific courses. Low confidence leads to lower accuracy, a pumping heartbeat, and rumbling controls on the Wii.
On the Wii, players can shake the controls to taunt the opponents with 4 different moves, to throw them off. It can be used to influence air conditions, spin, or adds audio distractions. The controls are available in 3 modes: Full Swing (wii remote), Sitting Swing (new, waggle the wii remote) or the classic controls using the nunchuck for analog play. In Full Swing, twisting the wii remote adds hooks and slices prior to shots. Also exclusive to the Wii is a Miniputt mode.
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Tiger Woods PGA Tour 09 is a golfing video game in the PGA Tour series from Electronic Arts. It was released in North America on August 26, 2008 for the Xbox 360, PS3, PS2, Wii, and PSP. The PS3 version takes advantage of the Sixaxis controller.
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This game takes place during the 1995 PGA Tour season. The game features many professional golfing stars and various modes from stroke play to match play and even tournament mode. Golf clubs are assigned automatically by the caddy as the computer deems suitable for every lie and every situation.
Jack Nicklaus' Greatest 18 Holes of Major Championship Golf is a golf-simulation video game developed by Sculptured Software, and published by Accolade in 1988.
The game features simulations of eighteen holes from renowned golf courses in the United States, Scotland, and England: Four from Augusta National Golf Club, three from Pebble Beach Golf Links, three from the Old Course at St Andrews, two from the Riviera Country Club, two from Baltusrol Golf Club, one from Oakmont Country Club, one from Merion Golf Club, one from Muirfield, and one from Royal Lytham & St Annes Golf Club. In addition, the game contains simulations of two complete Nicklaus-designed 18-hole courses: The Castle Pines Golf Club and The Golf Club at Desert Mountain.
It also bears the name and likeness of American professional golfer Jack Nicklaus. Less than two years before the game's publication, Nicklaus won the final major golf championship of his career: the 1986 Masters Tournament. Augusta National Golf Club hosted the tournament. Players can compete against Nicklaus as a computer opponent, or any of eight other computer opponents of varying skill levels.
Jack Nicklaus' Greatest 18 Holes of Major Championship Golf was a commercial success for Jack Nicklaus Productions and Accolade. The two companies developed it into a video game franchise, and Accolade published numerous adaptations and sequels for more than ten years.
Keep your head down. Eyes on the ball. Grip the club firmly... and swing. Welcome to the Sega Master's Tournament where you need to play better than "par" if you want to win. So tee-up for some real fun. And remember to play with caution. This championship course has been groomed for a truly competitive challenge. Eighteen holes full of roughs, bunkers and water hazards will put your nerves to a real test. But not to worry. You've got some clever moves to meet the challenge of a "dog leg" fairway or a tricky green. So go for a sneaky slice or hard hook to outplay the rest. Winner takes all! FORE!