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PGA Tour 2K23 Courses Revealed - Pebble Beach, Torrey Pines & More Coming as Free Post-Launch DLC

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PGA Tour 2K23 Courses Revealed - Pebble Beach, Torrey Pines & More Coming as Free Post-Launch DLC

The full list of officially licensed courses available in PGA TOUR 2K23 were revealed today by 2K. Twenty courses are available at launch, including 17 returning from PGA TOUR 2K21 as well as three new ones, including Wilmington Country Club’s South Course, Renaissance Club’s Renaissance Club, and St. George’s Golf and Country Club’s St. George’s Golf and Country Club.

Additionally, Pebble Beach Golf Club, Spyglass Hill, and Torrey Pines North and South Courses will be available as free DLC’s after launch on all platforms, as well as custom courses created in PGA TOUR 2K23’s Course Designer.

In order to create pristine in-game renditions of real-life courses, 2K and HB Studios use a combination of aerial drone footage, lidar data, high resolution photography, and supporting assets provided by each course’s management to ensure each course is true to life and features realistic buildings, signage, hazards, fairways, greens and climate. The process ensures the most authentic PGA TOUR video game experience available to date. Courses such as Riviera Country Club, home of the Genesis Open, which was recently named by PGA TOUR as an elevated tournament for the next season, truly shine, down to the smallest detail.

Here’s the full list of courses available in PGA Tour 2K23 at launch:

  • Atlantic Beach Country Club
  • Bay Hill Golf Club & Lodge (Arnold Palmer Course)
  • Copperhead (Innisbrook)
  • Detroit Golf Club
  • East Lake Golf Club
  • Quail Hollow Club
  • Riviera Country Club
  • St George’s Golf and Country Club
  • The Renaissance Club
  • TPC Boston
  • TPC Deere Run
  • TPC Louisiana
  • TPC River Highlands
  • TPC San Antonio

  • TPC Sawgrass
  • TPC Scottsdale
  • TPC Southwind
  • TPC Summerlin
  • TPC Twin Cities
  • Wilmington Country Club (South Course)

The PGA Tour 2K23 Standard Edition will release on October 14 for Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4 and Steam. Players can get the game three days earlier on October 11 by purchasing the Deluxe or Tiger Woods Edition.

PGA TOUR 2K23 Standard Edition:

  • Physical and digital versions for Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation 5 consoles, as well as the digital-only version for PC, include the base game;
  • Players who pre-order any version of the Standard Edition will receive the Michael Jordan Bonus Pack, which includes playable sports icon Michael Jordan, as well as four consumable Common golf ball sleeves;
  • Players who purchase the Standard Edition of the game for Xbox Series X|S (physical or digital version) or PlayStation 5 (digital version only) consoles which includes cross-generation dual entitlement will also receive the Golden Club Pack for the game on Xbox One or PlayStation 4, respectively.

PGA TOUR 2K23 Deluxe Edition:

  • For Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, or PlayStation 5 consoles, includes the base game with cross-generation dual-entitlement, as well as the Michael Jordan Bonus Pack, Golden Club Pack, and Deluxe Edition Bonus Pack;
  • The Golden Club Pack includes a Golden Putter, Golden Driver, and four Uncommon consumable golf ball sleeves;
  • The Deluxe Edition Bonus Pack includes 1300 VC (Virtual Currency), a hockey stick putter, gold baseball cap, gold glove, and three Rare consumable golf ball sleeves;
  • For PC, includes the base game, as well as the Michael Jordan Bonus Pack, Golden Club Pack, and Deluxe Edition Bonus Pack.

PGA TOUR 2K23 Tiger Woods Edition (available in digital format only):

  • Includes all the contents of the Standard and Deluxe Edition for the purchased platform;
  • Includes the Tiger Woods Edition Bonus Pack – which includes a Tiger Woods TaylorMade wedge set, Nike TW Golf tee shirt, and three Epic consumable golf ball sleeves – plus the Tiger Woods Signature Sunday Pack, which includes a red polo, black pants, black hat, Nike TW Golf shoes, Nike TW Golf belt, and Bridgestone Golf TOUR B XS, Tiger Edition Golf Ball.

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  1. I would also assume that this means the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am and Farmers Insurance Open will officially be in career mode, and the courses will have all the tournament structures and such.
    Each course they added post launch in 2K21 (Bay Hill and Detroit Golf Club) came with a real event and full tournament presentation, and each were integrated into career mode.
    Zinger
    Great news! Who was it who predicted that Torrey Pines and Pebble Beach would be in based on the Tiger Woods effect? Spot on.

    I know I had said this...I honestly would have been shocked if this game, heavy on the Tiger Woods implementation and influence, wouldn't have had two of the venues that are tied to a couple of his biggest career moments.
    MrArlingtonBeach
    However, the most interesting note in that image (in the fine print) is that Pebble Beach, Spyglass Hill, and the North and South Courses at Torrey Pines will be available to all users as free post-launch DLC.

    Yes! Playing Torrey Pines in April… going to get a lot of practice on 2k23 :)
    green94
    Yes! Playing Torrey Pines in April… going to get a lot of practice on 2k23 :)

    I will say, they made no mention of when the DLC courses will be dropping. I would hope/expect that these would be available when the events they are connected to are actually played in real life.
    The Farmers Insurance Open is January 25-28, 2023.
    The AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am is February 2-5, 2023.
    So hopefully they will be out by then, and you can get plenty of warmup rounds in before April!
    bigkev
    WTG 2K/HB, and they won't have to XXXXX those anymore. Big additions there and free.

    Not free exactly, you still have to pay the $60 to buy 2K23 first.
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    VoltSwoosh
    Not free exactly, you still have to pay the $60 to buy 2K23 first.
    Sent from my iPhone 13 Pro Max

    Um, well yeah...that's usually how that works. Haha.
    But there's no additional cost to get any of the post-release DLC courses. So, therefore, they're free for anyone with the game.
    MrArlingtonBeach
    Um, well yeah...that's usually how that works. Haha.
    But there's no additional cost to get any of the post-release DLC courses. So, therefore, they're free for anyone with the game.

    I guess what I’m getting at is, this is 2K trying to paint it as free DLC post launch when it’s really just that the games not fully finished.
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    VoltSwoosh
    I guess what I’m getting at is, this is 2K trying to paint it as free DLC post launch when it’s really just that the games not fully finished.
    Sent from my iPhone 13 Pro Max

    EA will literally do the same thing. Not sure what high ground your trying to stand on with this.
    VoltSwoosh
    I guess what I’m getting at is, this is 2K trying to paint it as free DLC post launch when it’s really just that the games not fully finished.
    Sent from my iPhone 13 Pro Max

    C'mon, my man. This is not at all the case. It's how games operate now.
    Heck, PGA 2K21 did almost the same thing, as they released 2 free courses post-launch to bring their course count to 17.
    This is just silly, and is coming off a bit disingenuous.
    jbd345
    EA will literally do the same thing. Not sure what high ground your trying to stand on with this.

    Not exactly sure how why you are bringing EA into it, sure they may, but let’s wait and see first.
    *if EA does, I’ll call it out just as 2K.
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    MrArlingtonBeach
    C'mon, my man. This is not at all the case. It's how games operate now.
    Heck, PGA 2K21 did almost the same thing, as they released 2 free courses post-launch to bring their course count to 17.
    This is just silly, and is coming off a bit disingenuous.

    I don’t believe 2K advertised Bay Hill pre launch?
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    VoltSwoosh
    I don’t believe 2K advertised Bay Hill pre launch?
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    It's funny...everyone here (myself included) complains that 2K/HB don't communicate and that they wait until the last minute to offer info on their game...if they ever offer any info at all.
    Now, we get a heads up months in advance that Pebble Beach, Spyglass Hill, and both Torrey Pines courses are coming to PGA 2K23 as free post-launch DLC, and some take it as the game is incomplete? Hilarious.
    Perhaps they want to release these courses around the time when the events they take place at happen? Perhaps they are coordinating with a Clubhouse Pass release?
    MrArlingtonBeach
    It's funny...everyone here (myself included) complains that 2K/HB don't communicate and that they wait until the last minute to offer info on their game...if they ever offer any info at all.
    Now, we get a heads up months in advance that Pebble Beach, Spyglass Hill, and both Torrey Pines courses are coming to PGA 2K23 as free post-launch DLC, and some take it as the game is incomplete? Hilarious.
    Perhaps they want to release these courses around the time when the events they take place at happen? Perhaps they are coordinating with a Clubhouse Pass release?

    I don’t think anyones complained about courses, that’s far from any issue that 2K needs to address. It’s more of the “nitty gritty”or grey areas.
    All I’m saying is this is 2Ks way of marketing the course as “Free DLC” when in reality it wasn’t ready for launch day evidently….
    It’s actually genius marketing by 2K- something not seen often.
    Sent from my iPhone 13 Pro Max
    We have no idea why they are free DLC after release (maybe licenses obtained late, maybe licenses were only available at certain times, maybe they want to release as marketing of other events, etc).
    Let's just be happy we are getting very popular courses as free DLC. This is great news.
    (Let us not forget that courses like this were often paid course packs in older games such as Tiger Woods and Links).
    VoltSwoosh
    I guess what I’m getting at is, this is 2K trying to paint it as free DLC post launch when it’s really just that the games not fully finished.
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    Guy to be fair it is only a few courses hardly makes the game unfinished.
    lowpaiddonkey10
    Guy to be fair it is only a few courses hardly makes the game unfinished.

    And they've been and probably still are on a 2 year cycle so... any little straw to try to gate-keep I guess.
    lowpaiddonkey10
    Guy to be fair it is only a few courses hardly makes the game unfinished.

    Don’t know why people assume I mean the entire game is “unfinished”.
    Literally just means the courses aren’t done yet so they did this “free DLC” later on pitch.
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    VoltSwoosh
    Don’t know why people assume I mean the entire game is “unfinished”.

    Literally just means the courses aren’t done yet so they did this “free DLC” later on pitch.
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    Hmmm...
    VoltSwoosh
    I guess what I’m getting at is, this is 2K trying to paint it as free DLC post launch when it’s really just that the games not fully finished.

    ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
    MrArlingtonBeach
    Hmmm...
    ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

    Beach, you are probably the worst person on OS golf to go after people and pick petty fights.
    This is prime example.
    Oh well.
    Not sure why you get your feelings hurt so bad if one doesn’t praise 2K, you get so defensive. All I stated was the courses were obviously NOT FINISHED in time, so 2K spun it as “free DLC”. Not the harshest thing one could say about 2K.
    Anyways, I’m glad they are coming. Great to have real courses in both games. Can’t wait to compare.
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    VoltSwoosh
    Not free exactly, you still have to pay the $60 to buy 2K23 first.
    Sent from my iPhone 13 Pro Max

    I truly thought this post was done as a joke.
    Sadly it turns out I was wrong and it was just a cast of a line with a baited hook.
    And now he’s gotten what he wants. Congrats Volt you hooked a few. :appl:
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    VoltSwoosh
    Beach, you are probably the worst person on OS golf to go after people and pick petty fights.
    This is prime example.
    Oh well.
    Not sure why you get your feelings hurt so bad if one doesn’t praise 2K, you get so defensive. All I stated was the courses were obviously NOT FINISHED in time, so 2K spun it as “free DLC”. Not the harshest thing one could say about 2K.
    Anyways, I’m glad they are coming. Great to have real courses in both games. Can’t wait to compare.
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    You're the one that picked this "petty" fight and for no reason at all you.
    You need to drop it. Getting real tired of you pushing buttons on purpose just to get a rise out of people.
    YOu know exactly what you're doing everytime you start one of these stupid back and forths.
    So...anyway...
    I think 20 courses at launch, plus 4 more at least as DLC is pretty solid. Although I wonder if more will be added to what's been announced. And it is a bit, I don't know, "safe", that they just kept all 17 from 2K21. But since most of those 17 host PGA Tour events, it makes sense.
    It appears they have DP World Tour branding for the Scottish Open at The Renaissance Club in 2K23. I would love to see more international courses in the game. Even with the list they have now, there are only two real courses from outside the US borders, and one is juuuust across the border in Toronto.
    I'd love for more. Now that they apparently have pot bunker capabilities, let's see some more from Scotland and such.
    Big fan of the course list, and to bring all of the courses back from last year is huge. Bringing in Pebble, Spyglass, and Torrey is an incredible get. I'd imagine Tiger had some influence. But nonetheless that's game changing that they got those added in. We know they'll never get Augusta, most likely, but if they could even get courses that the PGA Championship or US Open are at would be great adds sometime too. The big one for me would be international courses. Now that they have pot bunkers coming, getting a St. Andrews, Carnoustie, or Portrush would be crazy. Though to me one of the biggest things they could do is make the career schedule editable, that would be a game changer as more courses come in and the course creator continues to grow.
    I’ve got to be honest about these so called free courses post launch though….. HB have literally had 2 years to update 2K21 to what we are getting in October & they can’t get any more than 3 new courses in for launch.???? That’s a poor show especially as the game is looking so similar.
    RIFRIG
    I’ve got to be honest about these so called free courses post launch though….. HB have literally had 2 years to update 2K21 to what we are getting in October & they can’t get any more than 3 new courses in for launch.???? That’s a poor show especially as the game is looking so similar.

    I do agree to a point...I think just 3 at launch is a little underwhelming. I was hoping maybe for 5 or so, I guess?
    But still...part of that 2 year window was still in the midst of the pandemic, so it may have kept them from getting more?
    Anyway, I would have loved to see other annual stops like Waialae, Muirfield Village or Kapalua added to the roster. And maybe they still will be. But yes, just 3 new courses at launch is less than what I hoped for.
    Am I the only one that comes to OS, reads a thread with a banned person in it, wonder what they did to get banned, then read another thread with said reason, then think "yep, makes total sense"😂?
    I'm very much looking forward to Pebble Beach and the game in general. Would like to see the next version on a new engine but the small updates to this game, along with the new career mode, will hold me over for a couple years.
    These golf courses are quirky on allowing licensing for them. I would be willing to bet the Pebble complex and Torrey agreed later in development of the game. There's no real incentive for 2K to give them away for free as DLC. So I'd definitely think they were just late in agreement. Look at how odd Augusta is at licensing out the course. Wouldn't surprise me one bit.
    Awesome news about Pebble and Torrey Pines.
    Hopefully Monterey Peninsula Country Club gets added at some point also so they have all three courses to the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-AM
    MrArlingtonBeach
    I do agree to a point...I think just 3 at launch is a little underwhelming. I was hoping maybe for 5 or so, I guess?
    But still...part of that 2 year window was still in the midst of the pandemic, so it may have kept them from getting more?
    Anyway, I would have loved to see other annual stops like Waialae, Muirfield Village or Kapalua added to the roster. And maybe they still will be. But yes, just 3 new courses at launch is less than what I hoped for.

    Don't forget this game has a course creator and some really good creators.
    lowpaiddonkey10
    Don't forget this game has a course creator and some really good creators.

    Indeed! And if we can add those created courses to the career mode schedule, as the devs have indicated we can, that would be amazing.
    But I do like having the actual official real courses for each event, along with the presentation and the real tourney objects and such. So I wish there would have been more than just 3 of these courses added at launch. Although, knowing 4 more are coming after launch is nice.
    MrArlingtonBeach
    I do agree to a point...I think just 3 at launch is a little underwhelming. I was hoping maybe for 5 or so, I guess?
    But still...part of that 2 year window was still in the midst of the pandemic, so it may have kept them from getting more?
    Anyway, I would have loved to see other annual stops like Waialae, Muirfield Village or Kapalua added to the roster. And maybe they still will be. But yes, just 3 new courses at launch is less than what I hoped for.
    Would rather have courses put out like this rather than the old EA way of paying for course packs...
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    I don’t think it’s expecting too much of 2K/HB to have had actually given the 17 duplicate courses from 2K21 an overhaul. Make them look as though they haven’t largely been produced in the designer & get some bespoke bunkering assets put in place that look like the real thing. Subtle colour nuances on patches of fairway,rough,fringe & green surfaces. I have played through these courses in 2k21 this past week & if you’re not on a signature hole you wouldn’t at a glance be able to differentiate one course from another. That to me needs fixing asap to at least give value for the high unit cost for a copy of 2k23.
    kehlis
    Shinnecock?

    I think the 2K social media person made a simple Google Search mistake. There IS a St. George's Golf & Country Club on Long Island. They must have thought that the one in the game was that course, and not the one in Toronto.

    I deleted my post, since it seems there may not have been any more to it than that. But who knows...we can all dream that some Long Island courses do get into PGA 2K23!
    kehlis
    Shinnecock?

    I hope Shinnecock isn't one of the official courses. You wouldn't be able to discuss the course on the Society message board during a Society tournament without getting your whole message deleted by the game's 'profanity filter'. :) Seriously though, I love the course and I'd like to see what a fully dressed out official version might look like!
    MrArlingtonBeach
    2K posted the hype video for The Renaissance Club...it gives a bit better look at the pot bunkers in the game if you pause it at the right spots.
    https://twitter.com/PGATOUR2K/status/1565369010325258241

    Dayum... they didn't give us much of a look at this new feature did they? The flybys were so fast and zoomed out, if I didn't know that some of them were supposed to be pot bunkers. I'd have never noticed that they were. I had to freeze the video just to be able to distinguish that I was seeing a pot bunker or two. The resolution was so low, and the camera so distant, that I really couldn't make a judgement about what I was looking at, nor how they might look in game!?
    OnlookerDelay
    Dayum... they didn't give us much of a look at this new feature did they? The flybys were so fast and zoomed out, if I didn't know that some of them were supposed to be pot bunkers. I'd have never noticed that they were. I had to freeze the video just to be able to distinguish that I was seeing a pot bunker or two. The resolution was so low, and the camera so distant, that I really couldn't make a judgement about what I was looking at, nor how they might look in game!?

    Yeah, would be nice to get a better view.
    I am still really hoping they can allow designers outside themselves to use these revetted face bunkers in created courses. I know they've said that there can be "issues" with the pot bunkers or something if they let everyone have access to them...but knowing they can be used in 2K23 and then keeping them away from us is kind of mean...haha

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