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Tiger Woods PGA Tour 07 Videos and Trailers - XBX

Game Description:Get that red Sunday shirt ready, Tiger Woods PGA Tour 07 promises to test your golf skills like never before! Recruit an unstoppable squad in the all-new Team Tour Mode, where you'll compete against a team of champions put together by Tiger himself. Compete on 21 courses, including newly added licensed courses like The National, The K Club, and more. You'll go up against the biggest pro roster in any golf game, with 21 PGA stars including Tiger, Vijay Singh, and Annika Sorenstam. Your GameFace looks better than ever with more character creation options. Challenge three other players in comprehensive online tourneys, refine your skills in new mini-games, and more.
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