- playstation 2
Disney Golf Description
Tee up with Mickey, Goofy, and friends in Disney Golf, in which players of all ages and abilities can step onto the magical Disney links, where the fun never ends. Disney Golf features six colorful and entertaining courses, such as the picturesque landscape of the American West, a plush island paradise, and an airy course in the clouds. This game also offers many magical hidden secrets, such as power-ups that boost characters’ duffer skills and fun moves like hitting miracle drives that turn golf balls into footballs.
Reviews By Scott King : Date October 19, 2002
I have played just about every golf game that has ever been released and Disney Golf is a lot of fun. Of course, if your looking for a true golf sim..look elsewhere. DG gives you exactly what you would expect..Imaginary courses, 62 funny power-ups ( I love the one that turns your golf ball into a football ) You have to earn coins to purchase these power-ups in the golf shop and you earn those coins by making great golf shots. There are 7 different games you can play: Stroke, Match, Skins, Combination, Long Drive Contest, Near Pin Contest and Challenge ( where you play to unlock characters and courses ) The size of the Characters are not too big..not too small..just right. The 6 courses ( 2 you have to un-lock ) are detailed and in vivid colors.
Reviews By James Duckett : Date November 15, 2003
I bought this for my six year old but was surprised how much I enjoyed playing this game with him. The graphics are colorful and the characters (though you only have 8 of them) are fun to play with.
My biggest disappointment is that the game does get too easy quickly. Luckily there are more challenging courses, but those can be easy after playing once or twice. That makes this a great game for young children because they will be challenged longer. There is no violence and most definately deserves the ‘E’ rating. It is also nice to have a game that more than one person can play at a time…. in fact you can even have up to 4 players playing.
There are other challenges like the Long Drive and Closest to the Pin competitions. These are fun, challenging, and a great way to put in a “quick game”.
For children I would most definately recommend it. For adults, I would recommend playing with them. But if you want something more challenging, there are other golf games that are better and have more characters.
Reviews By Donald A. Testa : Date October 24, 2002
We are relatively new to PlayStation, but this game is fantastic. It combines all the elements of a great golf game with the imagery and fantasy of the Disney world. The graphics are unbelievable, the courses and the camera angles spectacular, and we’ve barely played it a couple of times. I’m sure there will be many hours of enjoyment ahead. The game is simple enough that my four year old can enjoy and play it, and challenging enough to bring my 13 year old back to try to beat it and unlock the characters and courses.