Tiger Woods PGA Tour 09 Previews - PS3

Game Description:The world's best golfer is ready to share the wealth! For the 2009 edition of his unrivaled golf game, Tiger Woods is out to make your game the best it's been. Tiger's coach Hank Haney is onboard to get you started, analyze your performance, and tell you how to improve your game. Now anyone can jump right into the chase for the PGA Tour's prized FedEx Cup. New features include a Club Tuner swing-control-system that helps you get the most out of your equipment, Dynamic Skills that shift round-by-round, all-new Instant Challenges that pop up mid-round, and simultaneous online play that lets foursomes conquer the course in record time.
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