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PGA TOUR Golf Shootout Releases on April 17 For iOS & Android Devices

PGA TOUR Golf Shootout

PGA TOUR Golf Shootout Releases on April 17 For iOS & Android Devices

GameMill Entertainment has announced PGA TOUR Golf Shootout, the new officially licensed mobile game available for iOS and Android devices on April 17. It includes authentic TPC courses, including TPC Sawgrass, TPC Scottsdale, TPC Southwind and TPC Deere Run.

Check out some additional details below, along with the official trailer and 6 screenshots.

Compete on 72 iconic holes from the PGA TOUR, each brought to life with colorful, stunning visuals and addictive gameplay.

Golfing fans and newcomers alike will discover a variety of exciting gameplay choices in PGA TOUR Golf Shootout, including: Daily Challenges, Solo Play and Versus Mode. Climb your way up the FedExCup ranks, earning new club packs and building sets of competitive clubs to help improve your chances with every shot. Join or create your own private clubhouse with friends and hit the links in clubhouse group challenges!

PGA TOUR Golf Shootout, developed in conjunction with Concrete Software, will be free to download with in-app purchases for iOS devices via the App Store and Android smartphones and tablets through Google Play. The license between GameMill and the PGA TOUR was brokered by CAA Sports Licensing, the PGA TOUR’s licensing agency.

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  1. This looks awful to me.
    That preview video shows game graphics that honestly would not have been very good even 5 years ago, even for mobile.
    I’m really surprised the PGA wants their name and license on this.
    Perhaps this just shows us where the golf game market really is at this point, especially for a PGA product.
    I really miss EA Rory and where that was going.
    I’m also a bit surprised about the licensed courses. 
    With graphics at this fidelity level, it seems odd to even worry about the courses being real ones. 
    Such a strange product. 
    I really hope that this might mean there are more PGA licensed golf takes coming though...and something that isn’t TGC
    Yeah, this one looks surprisingly lackluster. I'm also surprised to see the PGA TOUR attaching their name to it. I'll be curious to see if there's any market for it.

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