Pros:Many variations of good game play.
Cons:Mid length putts are irregular.
The Bottom Line: If you enjoy golf, and even if you don't play golf and just want a game to see what the kids are doing, buy this game.
The Nintendo Wii really gets a chance to shine on this game. Although initial setup and first fumbles finding your way around can be a bit confusing, once you figure out the games method of operation, it turns into great fun. All you need is a treadmill to walk on between holes and you can save a fortune in greens fees. The game is very lifelike except for the putting part, where the Wii fails not the game designers. The Wii doesn't handle slight motions well, and will occasionally take off and do something screwy on it's own, so don't let that minor annoyance ruin a great game for you. Tiger Woods 2007 from standing in front of your TV swinging your club to playing the little subtleties built into the game play, figuring out a way to hook and slice intentionally, bouncing balls off rocks in one of the challenges, this game is one you will take a very long time getting bored with. The graphics are good, 480i is fine and better than most non HD TV's can display. Playing, you will soon become so engrossed in playing the game, you will soon forget about how fine the lines display.
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