"For those of you who’ve hooked and sliced your way through TPC San Antonio and the 18that Augusta National, surely by now you’ve encountered the differences between “Holly” at The Masters and those first five holes at San Antonio. The single hole at Augusta National is so much tougher that it’s the perfect appetizer for what awaits you when you get your hands on Tiger Woods 12: The Masters on March 29th.
The Masters is the ultimate challenge in this latest game and whatever headaches Holly gives you, just know there’s plenty more where that came from. When you fire up Tiger Woods 12: The Masters, The Masters is the only five-star rated course in the game. Every shot, from every position is intended to make you second guess your strategy. If you’re confident enough to firmly decide on a club, grip and swing then execution is your next obstacle. Should you be skilled enough to nail the power and accuracy of the shot, all you’ll have to worry about then is what the golf ball is actually going to do.
On the 18th, you’re driving up hill to a blind green 460+ yards away. You don’t want to sacrifice either loft or distance in this case. If you come up short off the tee you still might be shooting blind with an iron. If you crush it off the tee, you learn the hard way that there are no “nice” landings on the other side of that hill."