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  • Summary: Classic Courses: Play against opponents on a mix of 12 top courses including Sherwood Country Club, Pebble Beach, Harbor Town and Paradise Cove. All of these stunning courses are from Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2004 and 2005. Legend TOUR: Compete against the pros from past and present in mix & match play events, tournaments and challenge modes, proving you've got what it takes to become a legend of the game. Head-to-Head Golf: Take on your friends in a range of new modes specifically designed for Wi-Fi. Play wireless multiplayer match ups complete with stat tracking & wagering. With this feature it’s all about bragging rights and earning cash points to upgrade your golfer. New Ways to Play Golf: Brand new game modes that capitalize on the cutting-edge hardware features of the PSP and deliver a highly competitive gameplay experience. [Electronic Arts] Expand
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  2. Negative: 0 out of 25
  1. Tiger PSP is one of those games that you need to buy on this handheld whether you like sports games or not, as it showcases what possibilities lay within the PSP.
  2. Despite a few rough edges (blurred textures, loading pauses galore, etc.) this is easily the best licensed golf simulation ever released on a portable console.
  3. It's a toss up between this and Hot Shots Golf for supremacy on the PSP, but if realistic presentation takes precedence over quirky anime-inspired design, Tiger is the game, load times or not.
  4. An extremely solid - if uninspired - port of the Tiger franchise that's every bit as addictive as its PS2 counterparts. [June 2005, p.99]
  5. Not as good as the PS2 version, sadly, but still just the sort of game you'll love on lengthy coach trips. It could do with a bit more polishing next time out, though. [PSM2]
  6. The analog nub is too sensitive for the series' signature swing system. [May 2005, p.98]
  7. Tiger Woods on the PSP suffers from the same problem as the rest of EA’s first batch of PSP games: long-ass loading times. You don’t get a good feeling for the swings using the PSP’s analog pad, which just isn’t accurate enough. Still, the PSP version has almost all the game modes from the home console versions and the new Legend Tour is quite fun as is equipping and upgrading your golfer. One of the EA’s best games in their first batch of games on the PSP. [Sept 2005, p.61]

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 8 out of 10
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  3. Negative: 2 out of 10
  1. Jul 14, 2014
    3
    I was pretty hyped up about getting this game. Unfortunately, after about an hour put into it, I got frustrated because it was really hard and never played it since. Wouldn't recommend it to the casual gamer. Expand

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