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EA Adds Another Exclusive For EA Sports PGA TOUR

EA announced last month that EA Sports PGA TOUR would feature all four majors. The Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club, PGA Championship, U.S. Open Championship, and the Open Championship will be exclusive to the game.

Today the team announced an exclusive partnership with the PGA of America to allow players to virtually experience hoisting the historic Wanamaker Trophy, revel in the Champion’s Ceremony, play as or against past PGA Champions and compete on virtual renderings of the 2021 PGA Championship host course at Kiawah Island; and the 2022 host course at Southern Hills Country Club.

The PGA of America has a membership of nearly 28,000 PGA Professionals across the country who work to help further the love of the game through coaching, training and more. In recognition of one of the PGA Championship’s most unique aspects, EA Sports PGA TOUR will feature on the leaderboard members of the “Team of 20” PGA Club Professionals that earn a spot in the PGA Championship each year when the game launches.

The game will also include tutorials and coaching challenges, designed in collaboration with the PGA Education and Player Development Departments, that teach skills valuable not only in-game, but also in the real world.

EA Sports PGA TOUR is scheduled to release in spring 2022 for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S.

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  1. 2K almost needs to now focus on multi-player experience and gameplay it feels to me. They can't compete in career mode with EA at this point it feels given EA having the majors.
    Excited for EA game but kind of bummed that 2K seems like it can no longer be the game I wanted it to be
    2 more courses we now know... Interersting, it looks like we would be able to play as past PGA Champions. Maybe we will be able to take a pro and compete in career mode.
    play as or against past PGA Champions and compete on virtual renderings of the 2021 PGA Championship host course at Kiawah Island; and the 2022 host course at Southern Hills Country Club
    Missed this little snippet from the Press Release yesterday:
    As each major championship is played this summer, EA SPORTS will reveal additional details about EA SPORTS PGA TOUR,which is being developed in Orlando and Madrid by EA Tiburon.
    Plus given the first two press releases have featured quotes from Dustin Johnson and Brooks Koepka, I'd say it's probably safe to assume they'll be in the game
    Knew DJ would be in the game, kind of figure out Brooks would be in there too. Somebody in here once wrote the golfers not on the leaderboard of the 2K game and he was one of them, Rory was another one.
    EA gamers won't be able to play as Tiger, but they will be able to play as guys hitting it even longer than Tiger. Whoever sign DeChambeau for exclusive right and have him playable in the game will be a big signing. Not that I care, I never used pros in the game.
    jbd345
    Wow, EA is bringing it. The silence from 2k is starting to get deafening. At this point they maybe out for the count.

    EA is bringing press releases and hype. I don't think anyone has ever doubted their ability to execute on those 2 things.
    Whatever your opinion on 2K's game, at least they have a game you can play right now. We'll see in a year when they actually have to put-up or shut-up with a playable game, but it's easy to talk big when you don't have a game that people can actually play and critique.
    pietasterp
    Whatever your opinion on 2K's game, at least they have a game you can play right now.

    Assuming one likes re-learning how to play every time they push another update.
    I remember all that time that HB2K kept insisting the swing was working exactly as they wanted...right before they started endlessly screwing with the swing.
    smh
    pietasterp
    EA is bringing press releases and hype. I don't think anyone has ever doubted their ability to execute on those 2 things.
    Whatever your opinion on 2K's game, at least they have a game you can play right now. We'll see in a year when they actually have to put-up or shut-up with a playable game, but it's easy to talk big when you don't have a game that people can actually play and critique.

    Yeah, it's hard to ignore the fact that 2K21 did sell over 2 million copies and is a proven franchise. That means EA is fighting an uphill battle to try to dethrone the reigning champ.
    That said, 2K/HB is sort of shooting themselves in the foot here, too, with some of their recent actions. These last swing updates are being met with a lot of negativity - just look at the mentions on Twitter and the complaints of Xbox users over at TGC Tours. While there are a fair number of those who are applauding the swing changes (apparently, some folks are gluttons for punishment!), there's quite a vocal group that are not thrilled with completely overhauling swing outcomes 9 months after the game came out. While at the same time, EA is announcing big-time, real-world courses and the majors. It's hard not to get sucked in to the EA hype machine!
    The TGC/2K golf game has always lacked in how they did the marketing for their product. They failed to even show actual footage of 2K21 until just a few weeks before the game's release. EA is going to dominate in the hype/marketing side of things, but, as you said, it will be up to them to actually bring it to the table when the game is released.
    I really don't think EA has the uphill battle some people do.
    EA, love them or hate them, knows how to do proper career modes and release things in a state of acceptable polish, fit and finish. Rory was an exception, not the rule.
    I think the mainstream of golf gamers will absolutely FLOCK to the EA release, barring an absolute underwhelming disaster (which I'd bet **strongly** against happening).
    And speaking of "hype", as mentioned above - which EA does great...
    We literally live in the hype drives everything era...whether it's IG influencers, YT stars, Elon pushing billions around effortlessly with tweets about bit & doge..
    Being great at hype is a massive advantage right now.
    scagwi
    I really don't think EA has the uphill battle some people do.
    EA, love them or hate them, knows how to do proper career modes and release things in a state of acceptable polish, fit and finish. Rory was an exception, not the rule.
    I think the mainstream of golf gamers will absolutely FLOCK to the EA release, barring an absolute underwhelming disaster (which I'd bet **strongly** against happening).
    And speaking of "hype", as mentioned above - which EA does great...
    We literally live in the hype drives everything era...whether it's IG influencers, YT stars, Elon pushing billions around effortlessly with tweets about bit & doge..
    Being great at hype is a massive advantage right now.

    I think the "uphill battle" part is, for me, just literally because 2K21 has a well-established customer base now.
    EA for sure have leveled it with Augusta right off the bat - I mean, people are still asking 2K to add ANGC to 2K21!
    Also, it seems at this point, that EA will be the first to the gates with a true next-gen golf game. I don't see 2K releasing a game this year, and a new PGA 2K game was not listed on Take Two's upcoming titles list they sent out in as part of their recent fiscal results that they shared yesterday - https://ir.take2games.com/news-releases/news-release-details/take-two-interactive-software-inc-reports-strong-results-18
    scagwi
    Assuming one likes re-learning how to play every time they push another update.
    I remember all that time that HB2K kept insisting the swing was working exactly as they wanted...right before they started endlessly screwing with the swing.
    smh

    Well, again - you're criticizing a product that actually exists right now. EA can say whatever they want because they don't have an actual game as of today.
    scagwi
    I really don't think EA has the uphill battle some people do.
    EA, love them or hate them, knows how to do proper career modes and release things in a state of acceptable polish, fit and finish. Rory was an exception, not the rule.

    Rory is the most recent data point we have for EA golf. The career mode is essentially non-existent. You can hope/project all you want, but their most recent golf product suggests definitively that they don't know how to do a proper career mode.
    scagwi

    I think the mainstream of golf gamers will absolutely FLOCK to the EA release, barring an absolute underwhelming disaster (which I'd bet **strongly** against happening).
    And speaking of "hype", as mentioned above - which EA does great...
    We literally live in the hype drives everything era...whether it's IG influencers, YT stars, Elon pushing billions around effortlessly with tweets about bit & doge..
    Being great at hype is a massive advantage right now.

    I'm not sure what you're arguing here. No one ever said being great at hype is bad (for business). I'm simply stating the relatively obvious fact that hype does not equal a good product. I'm highly skeptical of anything EA says or shows before I get a product in my hands. After all, this is a company willing to put out blatant lies about what their game will look like....

    16 years later, the game still doesn't look anything like this....
    pietasterp
    Rory is the most recent data point we have for EA golf. The career mode is essentially non-existent. You can hope/project all you want, but their most recent golf product suggests definitively that they don't know how to do a proper career mode.

    C'mon now - I respect your posts here over time too much to let this one slide.
    You can't hold up Rory as the example of their capabilities for things like career modes. They had **years** of phenomenal releases preceding Rory and the rug got pulled out on Rory before it could mature.
    Let's at least give them the benefit of the bulk of their work over the very long Tiger Woods series run.
    One prematurely canceled release (Rory) shouldn't be used as the definitive benchmark.
    I'm all for criticizing EA (or anyone else) where it's due, but I think you're being unfair here.
    scagwi
    C'mon now - I respect your posts here over time too much to let this one slide.
    You can't hold up Rory as the example of their capabilities for things like career modes. They had **years** of phenomenal releases preceding Rory and the rug got pulled out on Rory before it could mature.
    Let's at least give them the benefit of the bulk of their work over the very long Tiger Woods series run.
    One prematurely canceled release (Rory) shouldn't be used as the definitive benchmark.
    I'm all for criticizing EA (or anyone else) where it's due, but I think you're being unfair here.

    Right back at you re: respect, so I will concede the point to you.
    You're correct in pointing out that they did have a string of good releases under the Tiger Woods series banner prior, so that was maybe unfair to just use Rory as a one-off example.
    I'm as excited as anyone that EA is going back full-bore into golf - whatever my misgivings about them, they tend to put out high-gloss products that at the least feel AAA, whatever that means. It's a high-tide for golf games that has seemingly come out of nowhere (between PGA2K, EA's PGA Tour game, and Mario golf for the Switch, these are heady times indeed). I suppose I was just (over)reacting to the jbd345 post about EA landing hay-makers on 2K before EA has so much as shared a screenshot.
    Anyway, we have to wait a whole year to see...bummer, but I'm hoping they take the time they need to put out a game worthy of containing all 4 majors exclusively. And as a side-benefit, maybe forcing 2K to make their game better.
    HB Studios has never and probably will never have a career mode worth anything, so please EA, if they have to be exclusive, please grab any and all you can. We know if it resembles the career modes of late Tiger Woods PGA games, we are in for a treat.
    pietasterp

    Anyway, we have to wait a whole year to see...bummer, but I'm hoping they take the time they need to put out a game worthy of containing all 4 majors exclusively. And as a side-benefit, maybe forcing 2K to make their game better.

    Yup, I think the fact we haven’t heard anything about 2k’s game other than Tiger is a sign they aren’t releasing the rest of this year or next year. I don’t think we’ll have two golf games next year.
    jbd345
    Yup, I think the fact we haven’t heard anything about 2k’s game other than Tiger is a sign they aren’t releasing the rest of this year or next year. I don’t think we’ll have two golf games next year.

    My assumption is that PGA 2K23 will come out August 2022. EA's game is currently slated for "Spring 2022". So I do think there will be two golf games next year, but EA's will be the first to reach the masses.
    I hope that 2K does not rush their game out to try to get it in the space to compete with EA directly next spring. HB has never done an annual release for their golf game, and seeing the issues and such that come out when they release a game every 2 years, I'd imagine an annual release would be a bit of a mess.
    Same as above, I think there will be a 2K/HB game sometime in summer 2022. Now it looks like the EA game will be only new platforms. They're practically impossible to get around here right now and I'm sure many will not be willing to spend the big $$ to get them. If 2K/HB release a new game playable with both the old and new platforms, there will be a market for that. And it should also be the only game for PC.
    Marketshare concerns aside, I really hope that EA does restrict the new game to next gen consoles only.
    Build for and target the future here.
    (I hope for a PC release also but my expectations are about zero on that)
    Video game golf 2022 is suddenly where video game football was in 2004. Which is great!
    I'm envisioning a classier, toned-down version of the Madden vs NFL2K jihads that used to light this board on fire back in the heydays of multiple NFL games releasing. Good times! ;)
    scagwi
    Marketshare concerns aside, I really hope that EA does restrict the new game to next gen consoles only.
    Build for and target the future here.
    (I hope for a PC release also but my expectations are about zero on that)

    Yup, get a good base game and don’t abandoned it. I was lucky enough to snag a ps5 around Christmas, but crossing fingers for those who still haven’t gotten one they’ll still get a golf game in the spring.
    Don't currently have a 4K television rarely play video games anymore. EA should not dumb the game down visually by releasing for last gen and current gen. Might be a long time seeing a discount on a PS5 digital. I will only get current gen if EA's golf game is incredible.
    It's all nice and good for us but we saw what happened the last time the sales were not there for Rory. The game was abandoned. Never forget it's a public company with shareholders. They're back because they saw 2M copies sold for PGA 2K21. If they're only selling 800K copies again and feel they're not getting a good return for their investment...
    bigkev
    It's all nice and good for us but we saw what happened the last time the sales were not there for Rory. The game was abandoned. Never forget it's a public company with shareholders. They're back because they saw 2M copies sold for PGA 2K21. If they're only selling 800K copies again and feel they're not getting a good return for their investment...

    Yeah, that's what I worry about. I don't know if the golf game market can support 2 or more games, and the second the investment dips into the red, EA will be gone. They have no problem abandoning franchises, as we've seen.
    I hope the market/appetite is robust enough to support a long commitment, but I have some doubts.
    pietasterp
    Yeah, that's what I worry about. I don't know if the golf game market can support 2 or more games, and the second the investment dips into the red, EA will be gone. They have no problem abandoning franchises, as we've seen.
    I hope the market/appetite is robust enough to support a long commitment, but I have some doubts.

    I think this is why it's important that EA is getting the apparent edge on 2K's game in terms of release. If EA reaches the market as the first true next-gen golf game, they'll have the customer base all to themselves. In Spring 2022, PGA 2K21 will have been out for a year and a half, so the market would be ready for a new title - especially one with Augusta and other major championships and venues.
    2K kept some momentum of their 2K21 numbers when the announced Tiger Woods was joining, but that was quickly silenced when TW had his car wreck. So much uncertainty is now around that, and who knows how much input and actual physical contributions TW can add to the next game. If EA plays their cards right and releases a phenomenal golf game that appeals to "casual" and "sim" players alike, they'd have a hit on their hands. If they bail on the franchise before it even gets off the ground, the 2K fan contingent will be able to say, "I told you so!" to anyone tempted to move across the aisle to EA.
    I guess one positive here is that it gives us a long time for the console market to calm down.
    Under no circumstances am I paying above MSRP for a PlayStation 5
    I wonder how much of the success 2k had with this golf game can be attributed to the current state of affairs. Once back to whatever normal is I doubt the market can support 2 games. 2k sticks with the Unity engine they lose.
    lowpaiddonkey10
    I wonder how much of the success 2k had with this golf game can be attributed to the current state of affairs. Once back to whatever normal is I doubt the market can support 2 games. 2k sticks with the Unity engine they lose.

    This was no doubt a HUGE factor. Golf was an activity that most could take part in during much of the last year - rounds played went way, way up after last April. Pro golf was one of the first major sports to be back in the spotlight on TV last summer. 2K21 hit the jackpot with timing and such.
    pietasterp
    Yeah, that's what I worry about. I don't know if the golf game market can support 2 or more games, and the second the investment dips into the red, EA will be gone. They have no problem abandoning franchises, as we've seen.
    I hope the market/appetite is robust enough to support a long commitment, but I have some doubts.

    That's my biggest worry. I was at the EA forum at the time of Rory, and I was very surprised how many were asking if the game was worthy as they didn't want to make the investment for a PS4 or XBox One just because golf was the only thing they were playing. There were a lot of angry customers after buying a new generation console for the game. It will hard for them to have the same leap of faith, specially as there's already a recent golf game for this generation.
    EA going to EA :y9:
    I would say that it doesn't matter to me but then again I play FIFA instead of PES because I love using some random Irish team in some league I have never heard of...
    Let's just hope the gameplay is solid!
    The biggest concern with this game is it’s historically going to be bare bones as it’s a first iteration on new hardware.
    Tiger 06 for 360 & Rory for Xone suffered hugely for being first attempts on new hardware.
    If it's bare bones again, it won't last long compared with everything the 2K/HB game has, including societies and their thousands of replica real life courses.
    Game is releasing in Q4 2021, so between January and March of 2022?
    And I agree with others sentiments. EA needs to hit the ground running. If they release a bare minimum first game, they'll lose out BIG to PGA Tour 2K and will be out of the space before they even really get started.
    itsmb8
    Game is releasing in Q4 2021, so between January and March of 2022?
    And I agree with others sentiments. EA needs to hit the ground running. If they release a bare minimum first game, they'll lose out BIG to PGA Tour 2K and will be out of the space before they even really get started.

    If I remember right, the TW games with The Masters came out in March, so that makes sense.
    Absolutely can't wait for this game... EA has always been far superior of all other console golf games dating back to the Sega Genesis days...
    MrArlingtonBeach
    If I remember right, the TW games with The Masters came out in March, so that makes sense.

    I was watching a FIFA video that had the EA Sports release schedule and it listed their PGA game as Q4, so I think at this point another March release is inevitable.
    It looks like the golf industry are the big winners in this Covid era. Last year, my country club went from 80 to 230 members. This year, they have a full waiting list to become members. The way the owner was telling me, it's something the golf industry hasn't seen in over 40 years. No wonder 2K/HB has sold 2M copies and EA is back in the golf business.
    bigkev
    It looks like the golf industry are the big winners in this Covid era. Last year, my country club went from 80 to 230 members. This year, they have a full waiting list to become members. The way the owner was telling me, it's something the golf industry hasn't seen in over 40 years. No wonder 2K/HB has sold 2M copies and EA is back in the golf business.

    That is SO great to hear!!
    I've been worried about golfs trajectory for over a decade.
    Gotta say...knowing that Kiawah is in the next EA game, and seeing the Ocean Course in it's full glory last weekend, I'm kind of excited to see what it looks like on a next-gen console...
    The biggest issue is that it will be difficult to get a new generation by the time the game is released. I was reading on Forbes it will be like that until summer 2022 because of the chip shortage. Sony is planning to sell less than 15M PS5 this fiscal year.
    MrArlingtonBeach
    Gotta say...knowing that Kiawah is in the next EA game, and seeing the Ocean Course in it's full glory last weekend, I'm kind of excited to see what it looks like on a next-gen console...

    Yeah, it's a pretty and visually striking course for sure.
    For me, though, the true test of how good the game's visuals are will be the British Open courses (sorry, "The Open" rota courses), because a course that is naturally as dynamic as Kiawah will look good almost no matter what. But the Scottish links courses, while visually striking and splendid in their own right in real life, always come off as boring and uninteresting in video games. I'm not sure of the reason for that; some of it might be that the entire environs and overall atmosphere of places like St. Andrews or Carnoustie are a big part of their visual experience. I also think that grass textures and subtle mounding is a big part of the look of those courses, and since most games have only a few 'grass' textures (fairway, rough, green, maybe 2nd cut if you're lucky), the Scottish links courses end up just looking like large flat expanses of the same green color. Having gradations of grass colors and textures, even in the fairways and greens, from green-green to baked-out yellow and browns would go a long way toward helping with the look of those courses. But I've been to a number of the Open rota courses, and they were not at all boring visually.
    bigkev
    The biggest issue is that it will be difficult to get a new generation by the time the game is released. I was reading on Forbes it will be like that until summer 2022 because of the chip shortage. Sony is planning to sell less than 15M PS5 this fiscal year.

    I suppose that will give us a chance to see how the EA game looks out in the wild before we commit....? ;)
    I know it’s comparing apples to oranges but Frostbite is looking amazing in the Battlefield 2042 trailer. Can you imagine that fidelity in a Golf sim.......🙏🏼
    Considering all current golf games are basically at "roughly PS3 level" graphics (give or take here and there)...just about anything will be a huge upgrade.
    Super pumped for that first video and/or set of screenshots from the upcoming game.
    scagwi
    Considering all current golf games are basically at "roughly PS3 level" graphics (give or take here and there)...just about anything will be a huge upgrade.
    Super pumped for that first video and/or set of screenshots from the upcoming game.

    Yeah looking forward to seeing the game progress over the next 9 months.
    I’m definitely thinking we’ll see some information on July 22nd....with possibly a teaser whilst the Open is being played 15-18th.
    I wouldn't count on seeing anything until next year, but I hope I'm wrong.
    I would really like to see golf games make the leap to photo-realistic (and not just in static screenshots). If the NBA2K games can do it, golf really ought to be able to. Ball physics also need a lot of work. Get those 2 things right, and you're halfway home already.
    They’ve said that we’ll hear more info during the weeks of the remaining majors, so should be hearing something in the run up to the US Open next week, and then the Open a few weeks after that.
    In terms of screens/vids, EA have got their own EA Play Conference the week after the Open in July, so who knows, we might get a teaser trailer or similar then.
    Yep, they announced Kiawah and Southern Hills the week leading up to the PGA Championship, so I'd assume the US Open courses will be announced very soon.
    They already said Pebble Beach is in, so maybe Torrey Pines will be in, too. I think next year's US Open is at The Country Club in Brookline, MA? That would be cool to have in game!
    EA just announced the'll have Torrey Pines and The Country Club in Brookline, MA in game:
    Play the U.S. Open Championship on courses like Torrey Pines and The Country Club in Brookline, Massachusetts
    https://twitter.com/EASPORTSPGATOUR/status/1405246353651945479
    They'll also have the US Amateur, per the game's website - https://www.ea.com/games/pga-tour
    "Play the U.S. Open Championship, the greatest challenge in golf, on courses like Torrey Pines and The Country Club in Brookline, Massachusetts, plus the U.S. Amateur Championship. Only in EA SPORTS PGA TOUR. Coming 2022."
    MrArlingtonBeach
    EA just announced the'll have Torrey Pines and The Country Club in Brookline, MA in game:
    Play the U.S. Open Championship on courses like Torrey Pines and The Country Club in Brookline, Massachusetts
    https://twitter.com/EASPORTSPGATOUR/status/1405246353651945479
    They'll also have the US Amateur, per the game's website - https://www.ea.com/games/pga-tour
    "Play the U.S. Open Championship, the greatest challenge in golf, on courses like Torrey Pines and The Country Club in Brookline, Massachusetts, plus the U.S. Amateur Championship. Only in EA SPORTS PGA TOUR. Coming 2022."

    Not surprising, but definitely yet another bullet being fired in 2K's direction. EA is pulling out all the stops. Let's hope it leads to a fantastic game on the level of TW14.
    Crazy Packers Fan
    Not surprising, but definitely yet another bullet being fired in 2K's direction. EA is pulling out all the stops. Let's hope it leads to a fantastic game on the level of TW14.

    Bingo...I mean, I just called it a few posts above...LOL
    Really hoping my next prediction comes true: Whistling Straits is included, as is the Ryder Cup.
    But I am also looking forward to seeing which Open rota courses they get - I assume St. Andrews, and perhaps Royal St George's Golf Club as well?
    This time Bryson is the rent-a-quote in the Press Release, so safe to assume that He, DJ and his best buddy Brooks will be in the game.
    Interestingly he is the first player quoted who also appeared in 2K21.
    What price on Rory providing the quote for the Press Release in a few weeks when St Andrews is undoubtedly unveiled?
    https://ir.ea.com/press-releases/press-release-details/2021/Electronic-Arts-and-the-USGA-Celebrate-the-U.S.-Open-Championship-With-Reveal-of-Amateur-Events-in-EA-SPORTS-PGA-TOUR/default.aspx
    grahamc
    This time Bryson is the rent-a-quote in the Press Release, so safe to assume that He, DJ and his best buddy Brooks will be in the game.
    Interestingly he is the first player quoted who also appeared in 2K21.
    What price on Rory providing the quote for the Press Release in a few weeks when St Andrews is undoubtedly unveiled?
    https://ir.ea.com/press-releases/press-release-details/2021/Electronic-Arts-and-the-USGA-Celebrate-the-U.S.-Open-Championship-With-Reveal-of-Amateur-Events-in-EA-SPORTS-PGA-TOUR/default.aspx

    Oof...Bryson was one of the non-playable pros in PGA 2K21...and now he's quoted as saying, “I’m a big video game fan, and EA SPORTS bringing not only the U.S Open but also amateur golf events is very exciting, especially given how important they are to golfers growing their career.”
    So...will he be in 2K22/23 then? Interesting stuff...
    Meanwhile, 2K is out there tweeting and then deleting "jokes" about Jon Rahm getting covid, and being removed from the Memorial, saying they'd pay him $1.75 million in virtual currency...wow.
    MrArlingtonBeach
    Oof...Bryson was one of the non-playable pros in PGA 2K21...and now he's quoted as saying, “I’m a big video game fan, and EA SPORTS bringing not only the U.S Open but also amateur golf events is very exciting, especially given how important they are to golfers growing their career.”
    So...will he be in 2K22/23 then? Interesting stuff...
    Meanwhile, 2K is out there tweeting and then deleting "jokes" about Jon Rahm getting covid, and being removed from the Memorial, saying they'd pay him $1.75 million in virtual currency...wow.

    Saw that. Pretty bad taste by them. Not going to lie, I haven’t played 2k21 in about six weeks. Don’t really have any intention to pick it up again.
    jbd345
    Saw that. Pretty bad taste by them. Not going to lie, I haven’t played 2k21 in about six weeks. Don’t really have any intention to pick it up again.

    If it weren't for the course designer, I'd be right there with you!
    The way it's going, Tiger and Thomas will be the only one remaining in 2K. :lol:
    It looks like EA will have most of the longest hitter in the PGA, Bryson, Rory, DJ, Brooks... and all playable with their own attributes.

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