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Tiger Woods PGA Tour 06 Videos and Trailers - Xbox 360

Game Description:Do you have what it takes to beat the best? Tiger Woods PGA Tour 06 gives you the chance to do it. Create a player and tee off against golf's greatest legends - including Tiger Woods, Jack Nicklaus, and Arnold Palmer - playing in their prime. New mechanics put every shot under analog control. Back your bravado by making bets before any shot or round. Play on 15 courses against 19 PGA pros. The Gamebreaker Meter measures your skills along the way. Boost your power and accuracy by nailing insane shots and posting low scores. Dominate the fairways and conquer the greens to settle the best-golfer-ever debate once and for all!
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