Pro 18: World Tour Golf

Pro 18: World Tour Golf PC CD professional sports weather courses practice game! 






In Pro 18: World Tour Golf, the player has the option to play as or against eight world-class professional golfers: Dottie Pepper, Laura Davies, Mark O'Meara, Colin Montgomerie, Ian Woosnam, Tom Lehman, Vijay Singh and Jesper Parnevik. An option to create and edit players (human or computer) and designate the size of your playing group (1 to 4 players) complements the five available formats. Multi-player options to play over the Internet, a modem link or network allow for strokeplay, tournament, shoot-out, skins and four-ball competition.

Adjustable or random weather conditions, a practice option and television-style commentary by Peter Alliss and Bobby Clampett of CBS are featured along with four nicely modeled courses, including a bonus (expansion) course, Royal Birkdale. Rounding out the course foursome is Idaho's Coeur d'Alene, South Africa's Lost City Golf Course and Royal County Down Golf Course in Northern Ireland.

Pro 18: World Tour Golf uses a 4-click double-gauge "ProSwing Meter" designed to emulate a precise golf shot consisting of power (distance), snap (direction) and amount of spin (fade or draw). Two additional methods available for swinging are the standard 3-click meter and a mouse-controlled swing. Both methods, meter or mouse, can be utilized on the putting surface. The player can choose either amateur (less realistic) or professional status when creating his/her on-screen persona along with other customizable options such as shaft type (graphite or steel), iron type (cavity or blade) and ball type (2 or 3 piece ball) and color (white or yellow).

Additional features include changeable green speed, length of rough, course conditions, a caddie guide, pin positions (during strokeplay and tournaments only), tee positions, autoplay, green analysis (for putting) and a realistic honors system where applicable, as well as options for "gimmes" and mulligans. A minimum resolution of 1024x768 is required.

On the course, a "shot designer" provides a targeting system that shows both the apex and anticipated landing location of cleanly struck shots in increments of 100Ͽ75Ͽ50Ͽr 25Ͽn conjunction with the aiming arrow. Tournaments begin with a field of 72-golfers (68 computer-controlled and up to four human players) and, after two rounds, a cut is made with only the top 36 players plus ties surviving to compete in rounds three and four. A complete sudden death playoff procedure is activated in the event of a tie at the end of 72 holes. Pre-set "money" prizes are awarded for places one through thirty-six in tournament play as well as for skins and shoot-out competitors.

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