True Golf Classics: Pebble Beach Golf Links
- Manufacturer: T&E Soft
- Machine: Super NES
- Difficulty: Moderate
- Available: May 1992
- Theme: Sports
18 Holes Of Golf Simulation Bliss!
Play a round of realistic golf and you will be too spoiled to go back to the others. Pebble Beach Golf Links is a simulation that rises above the standards of the usual golf game.
There are numerous options to change in this one to four player game to customize it to your playing standards. Included are tournament, stroke, skins and match play. The game will keep course records such as holes in one and double eagles. There is even a continue option to start where you left off. Play a tournament with 48 different pros competing against you. Even the angle of the course, ball and stance can be adjusted.
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T&E Soft's True Golf Classics: Pebble Beach Links sports 18 authentic holes based on one of the U.S. Open's host sites.
You and up to three fellow duffers set handicaps and hit the links in your choice of game modes.
In addition to the basic Practice, Stroke Play, and Match scenarios, you can enter a one-round Tournament against 48 real pros, or engage in hole-by-hole gambling golf known as Skins.
In T&E's golf classic, you choose a club; check and compensate for your ball's lie, hazards, and wind; adjust your stance to add draw or fade; and swing on a power meter
ProTip: Cheaters can use their controllers to Interfere with their buddy's swing!
The TGC system displays all vital info on a first-person-view screen. Caddies give you -- advice. You can replay your last shot and you can check out a topographical grid of the green for dose-up chipping and putting. A battery saves your scores, records, and position.
Pebble Beach's sights are scenic with T&E's custom "Polysys" polygon graphic technique. Unfortunately, Pebble Beach's landscapes are slow-moving and scroll in fits. The music's laid-back, along with bird chirps and ocean sounds. Overall, Pebble's atmosphere is fairly pleasant.
Take your time with Pebble Beach. The game may not be in a hurry, but you'll appreciate the full complement of shot selections and the true-to-life course. For PGA players and bystanders alike, Pebble Beach is the next-best thing to being there in person.