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Tiger Woods PGA Tour 08 Latest News - Xbox 360

Game Description:It's time to turn pro and hit the tour! Build a custom character that looks just like you and take on the FedEx Cup Playoff Courses, including Cog Hill, East Lake, and TPC Boston. Several new professional players join the likes of John Daly, Annika Sorenstam, and Vijay Singh in PGA Tour Mode. Use the all-new Shot Confidence feature to track your performance at every hole. Nab points and earn respect by competing to win sponsored challenges or face off with players from all over the world in online multiplayer. The online component goes one step further this year with EA Sports GamerNet. Record all of your best rounds and shots, and then post each challenge online for others to beat!
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