Metascore
56

Mixed or average reviews - based on 14 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 0 out of 14
  2. Negative: 4 out of 14
  1. Tiger Woods remains the most accessible golf game, but ProStroke is easily the title for those who find a lack of challenge in its competitors. [Oct 2006, p.124]
  2. If you're a purist for how hard it is in real life, you need to give this one a swing.
  3. Great ides, then, and if only the execution had matched it we might have had a contest in the world of PC golf. [Dec 2006, p.98]
  4. The swing system is just about as complex and variable as possible, without becoming overwhelming or cumbersome to use.
  5. There is nothing to get particularly excited about, not even the innovative dual-stick control system that supposedly helps you to groove your swing as a professional would.
  6. If you have a knowledge and love of golf, this might give you a more substantial - if less fun - game than "Tiger Woods."
  7. While the innovative ProStroke golf swing system goes the whole nine, it's got a ways to go before it makes it all the way to the 18th.
  8. ProStroke Golf could have a bright future, if they would address the technical issues and bring the presentation up to par. As it stands, the game is worth a shot, but it may not hold your interest for very long.
  9. ProStroke Golf - World Tour 2007 is a deeply flawed game that fails to bring anything new to the world of golf games.
  10. ProStroke Golf could have been a contender. But its solid play mechanics aren't enough to overcome the near-complete lack of licensed courses and golfers, or the various other oversights and issues that plague it.
  11. When you first put it in, you are immediately assaulted by offensively-bad graphics and a career mode that lacks substance. Top it off with a control scheme that’s too complicated to be anywhere near fun and you have the worst golf title of the year.
  12. 45
    ProStroke Golf – World Tour 2007 is an obvious first attempt into the genre. Hopefully, the feedback can be taken well by the developer, as they could, some day, have a good golf game on our hands that doesn’t have the name Links or Tiger Woods.
  13. The "innovative" controls publisher Oxygen Interactive has been bragging about these last couple of months aren't that innovative at all, and aren't really even necessary. The graphics look like they are from a game made 10 years ago, and the gameplay modes that are offered are very limited and nothing special.
  14. I give ProStroke Golf – World Tour 2007 points for innovation. You know me; I’m a sucker for trying new things in sports gaming. But, the new controls do not come close to making up for what is essentially a poorly-made game.
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  3. Negative: 1 out of 2
  1. RobK.
    Oct 7, 2006
    7
    People who actually play golf will appreciate the control possible with the dual sticks. Gamers won't like it because it's not People who actually play golf will appreciate the control possible with the dual sticks. Gamers won't like it because it's not "pretty". Scores much more realistic than TW. Full Review »
  2. AaronB.
    Oct 6, 2006
    2
    Not only are the graphics terrible, the game play is no match for Links 2004. Even the price of renting this is too much!