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Tiger Woods PGA Tour 09 Screenshots and Images - PSP

Game Description:The world's best golfer has made the world's most realistic golf game better than ever. Tiger Woods PGA Tour 09 puts you right on the course with the best golfers on the planet. Play as or against PGA and LPGA pros including Vijay Singh, Se Ri Pak, Justin Rose, and many more. Master some of the most challenging courses all around the world, including England's Wentworth, China's Sheshan, and America's Wolf Creek and Bay Hill. The easy-to-use swing system features new two- and three-click swing controls, making it easier than ever to play like a pro, while the new EA SPORTS Cup lets you challenge others to fast-moving tournament-style matches.
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