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Hole in One Golf
United States
Published by: HAL America, 1991
Genre: Golf | Licensed
The glorious game of golf finally makes its way to the Super Nintendo with "Hal's Hole in One Golf". You can hit the links in any of the gameplay modes: Practice, Stroke Play, Match Play, Tournament Play, or one-on-one against the HAL Pro. Y (more...)
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Irem Skins Game
United States
Published by: Irem, 1992
Genre: Golf | Licensed | AKA: The Irem Major Title
A skins game is a type of scoring for various sports, most notably golf. In golf, a skins event has players compete for prize money on each individual hole. Features 16-bit graphics; Skins mode; Match Play mode; 18-hole course. (more...)
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Jack Nicklaus Golf
United States
Published by: Tradewest, 1992
Genre: Golf | Licensed
Challenge the Golden Bear on two of his favorite courses in JACK NICKLAUS GOLF. One to four players can compete on two separate courses, or create a new one to play on. You can play a skins game for some cash, or try to beat the competition in the challen (more...)
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Mecarobot Golf
United States
Published by: Toho, 1993
Genre: Golf | Licensed
A group of engineers have created Eagle, the Mecarobot Golfer. He can hit the ball with unparalleled power at angles calculated using a computerized brain. Facing resistance from tour professionals, Eagle is not allowed to compete in tournaments. So, a be (more...)
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PGA European Tour
United States
Published by: Black Pearl Software, 1996
Genre: Golf | Licensed
The control system is the standard three-click method used in most golf games, but you can now define intended draw/fade levels in advance of playing the shot, so that a perfect aim leads to a measured effect, and an imperfect one exaggerating the effect. (more...)
PGA Tour '96
United States
Published by: Black Pearl Software, 1996
Genre: Golf | Licensed
PGA Tour 96 was the last of the series released for Sega's 16-bit console, and technologically the most advanced one. Instead of offering several generic courses, the three available (Spyglass Hill, Sawgrass and River Highlands) are in 3D, with height (more...)
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PGA Tour Golf
United States
Published by: EA Sports, 1992
Genre: Golf | Licensed
PGA Tour Golf introduced many of the conventions commonly seen in the genre since. The three-click control method (the first to start the swing, the second setting power and over-swing, the third setting draw or fade) allowed for a multitude of different (more...)
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True Golf Classics: Pebble Beach Golf Links
United States
Published by: T E Soft, 1992
Genre: Golf | Licensed
Players take on the challenge of one of the most beautiful and notorious golf courses in the world: Pebble Beach. These eighteen-holes demand accuracy, finesse, and even at times brute strength. The famous beach-side course is littered with sand-bunkers a (more...)
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