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*Does Tiger Woods fist pump and throws hat at ground*

Haha, maybe.

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mine is a 52 at cog hill in 07, i play on black tees, expert pin location, and what ever the hardest things are, plus do you guys play with the wind, because you can get up to 30 mph an hour.
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I've shot 48 on several courses, including multiple holes in one. From the back tees, all the other same rules as y'all say. That's part of the reason I don't like playing the game anymore - it's not really close to real golf, unfortunately.
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I've shot 48 on several courses, including multiple holes in one. From the back tees, all the other same rules as y'all say. That's part of the reason I don't like playing the game anymore - it's not really close to real golf, unfortunately.

Soo true, I just got a 378 yard drive on flat ground with just 6mph wind.

Well im sure some people on this forum can do that
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I know what you guys mean by it being too easy...have any of you turned the 'ideal putt cam' off? I always have it off now so that i dont automatically drain 60 ft. quadruple breaking putts...makes shooting in the 60s more challenging...and it makes shooting in the 50s damn impossible
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I had 07 on console and i've got 08 on pc. PC doesn't have the ideal cam for putts for some reason :s. I prefer the pc game though, but if you put difficulty on medium or hard, let alone expert, if your mouse is slightly to the left or right you slice it like crazy. Does anyone know how to do proper draws/fades on the pc version? I don't know how.
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For ps2 my best score for 06 was 23 under lol. It was really easy. I played with the ideal putting cam on though. makes putting really easy.


i should get the new one for my 360.
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I had 07 on console and i've got 08 on pc. PC doesn't have the ideal cam for putts for some reason :s. I prefer the pc game though, but if you put difficulty on medium or hard, let alone expert, if your mouse is slightly to the left or right you slice it like crazy. Does anyone know how to do proper draws/fades on the pc version? I don't know how.

Tiger Woods 08 is alot harder. If you take swing aid off, putt preview (also known as cheating), and max out all the difficulty settings you've got yourself a pretty good golf sim. I made my own character and got bored before i even beat the Tiger World Challenge. I think i shot 59 in tournament play once. 05 was my favorite of the Tigers and i played the sh*t out of that. Maxed all the difficulties, turned off tiger vision or whatever that crap people use to cheat is. With my own guy who was a super human, maxed out attributes i shot 50, 51 quiet a bit. Now Links 2003 is a different story, anyone shoot 59 on Championship difficulty?
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On 2005: 38 (front tees) and 47 (pro tees).

A friend of mine once went 36 at St. Andrews with easy conditions on 2005. Two hole in ones and an albatross.
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