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  • Summary: Tiger Woods Comes Alive -- See and feel every emotion in complete detail with the introduction of all-new Universal Capture (UCAP) technology. Play Under Pressure -- With bigger galleries, mass crowd movement from hole to hole, and cheers from nearby greens, all eyes are on you in tournament play. Enhanced Career Mode -- From working on your driving to mastering your putting skills, craft your game with training challenges in the Practice Facility, then take on the world's best golfers on the World Tour. All-New Championship Courses -- The course content doubles with the addition of new licensed courses, including Firestone Country Club, Glen Abbey, Princeville, Spyglass Hill, St Andrews, and Bandon Dunes. The game features 15 of the world's top players, including Tiger Woods, John Daly, Vijay Singh, Ian Poulter, Michael Campbell, and Annika Sorenstam, the most decorated golfer on the LPGA Tour. Show Your GameFace -- The innovative character creation tool is revamped with deeper modifications, more apparel, equipment licenses, and specialty items. Challenge up to three players in five new game modes, or play in online tournaments complete with money lists, full stat tracking, league leaders, and more. More Game Modes -- Work on your game or take on a friend in Match Play, Battle Golf, 21, OneBall, and more. Expand
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  1. Positive: 19 out of 21
  2. Negative: 0 out of 21
  1. At its core, Tiger 07 has ditched most of the bad case of the sillies that's possessed it for the past few years, and it finally feels authentic. [Nov. 2006, p.80]
  2. Should be seen as the greatest game in a long line of excellent golf titles. This game is the culmination of six years of genre dominance. The new team game modes are fresh and fun, while the structure of the Team Tour is a perfect blend of team management and in-game strategy.
  3. The environments are looking a little dated, graphically, but the swing mechanics are terrific and the game is a lot of fun, from the moment you tee off in your first PGA event to the host of mini games, to the team elements.
  4. 80
    Is this game head and shoulders above Tiger Woods '06? We'd venture to say yes. The annoying gamebreakers are gone, more flexibility is in, and the gameplay is as tight as ever.
  5. Hardcore golfers will be disappointed that Tiger Woods PGA Tour isn't making revolutionary improvements, and everyone else will wonder why EA can't seem to make fields of green look prettier, but it's still the best golf game you can buy on any platform.
  6. It adds a new wrinkle to your career mode via Team Tour mode. You'll beat the usual club pros as you go up the ladder, but this time you can add them to your team.
  7. 70
    In the end, Tiger Woods PGA Tour 07 is a solid golf game that should keep you interested for hours. [Nov. 2006, p.103]

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  1. JohnP.
    Oct 12, 2006
    8
    The game is basically the same as last year but with some good improvements. Many of the bugs found in last year's title have been fixed and the career mode doesn't require a time machine to play (last year you travelled through the ages... what is that?). I'm not a big fan of the special game modes but the one ball game mode is actually quite fun. All in all it's a solid game. Collapse
  2. RyanD.
    Jan 27, 2007
    6
    Not impressed - it's obvious the developers have decided to put no effort into addressing some of the key irritations from the last season's effort. The new content consists of a different career mode, some new game modes (which were mildly interesting) and a few courses. However we still have a ridiculous tournament mode with totally contrived and unrealistic opponent scoring and zero immersion factor. We still have a number of irritating physics bugs that are identical to last year's offering. And now we have a few more bugs to contend with - e.g. no wind during career and tournament mode, regardless of difficulty setting. Pah - it's obvious this was not quality controlled to any great extent by EA Sports. Expand