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Tiger Woods Challenges Gamers In 'Tiger Woods PGA TOUR 2004'

by Rainier on June 12, 2003 @ 1:15 p.m. PDT

Bethpage Black is one of five 18-hole courses at Bethpage State Park, the biggest public golf facility in the world. The others are the Red, the Blue, the Green, and the Yellow. But clearly, the Black is the most challenging. The first tee features a warning sign: "The Black Course is an extremely difficult course which we recommend only for highly skilled golfers.'' Designed by A. W Tillinghast in 1936, it is consistently ranked among the best courses in America, and now will be available to play in the most popular golf videogame on the market. In order to replicate the exact course in the videogame, Electronic Arts had the entire course mapped utilizing GPS technology to ensure every sand trap, every tree, and each green could be recreated in the game with the highest level of precision.

Tiger Woods PGA TOUR 2004 is the most comprehensive and most competitive golf game available. This year an incredibly detailed new "create a golfer" gives you the chance to create and build your own golfer to take on the TOUR and dominate the world. Whether you play prestigious PGA TOUR courses like Pebble Beach Golf Links or St. Andrews, or the original design courses, there is something for every golf fan. You can take your game online for the PlayStation 2 computer entertainment system this season and play with anyone across the country. EA SPORTS, continuing its exclusive partnership with the PGA TOUR and the world's best and most famous golfer, Tiger Woods, delivers the most realistic golf simulation for fans of console golf.

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