Submitted by: rickHH
Drag your mouse around in the main window (where your
golfer is standing). The arrow at the top represents
where your ball will land.
As you aim, pay attention to the circular map on the
left of the screen. This shows you a top-down view of
the course. The blinking flag represents the hole, and
the smaller flag is where your ball will land at the
end of the current stroke. Note that if you change clubs,
the smaller flag will change positions based on the range
of each club.
Directly below the map is a number showing you how many
yards the ball is from the hole. Use this number to help
determine which club to use.
Below the map is a blue “C.” This is the swing gauge.
Note the two red triangles, one on the top and the other
on the bottom of the gauge. Once you’re satisfied with
your aim on the course, you’ll be clicking your left
mouse button three times:
Click once to start the swing gauge indicator climbing
towards the top triangle. The top triangle represents
the power of your stroke.
Click again when the indicator is lined up with the
triangle—this represents optimal power. Click to the
left of the triangle for less power, and to the right for
more. This click will now send the swing gauge indicator
back down towards the bottom triangle. The bottom triangle
represents the angle at which the face of your club hits
Click once more when the indicator is lined up with the
bottom triangle to hit the ball square on. Click early
(to the left of the triangle) and your ball will curve
left (hook). Click late and your ball will curve right
Tips for All Players:
At the end of each stroke, you must hit the green Next
Shot button to set yourself up for your next stroke.
If you choose, you can also hit the red Instant Replay
button to watch your skilled shot over again.
The computer will not automatically choose the best club
for each shot. An exception is the putter, which will be
set up for you automatically once the ball reaches the green.
At the end of each hole, click Next Shot and you’ll be
brought back out to the start screen. Simply click on
the To Course button on the bottom to continue with the
Once you’ve sunk the ball at the end of the third round,
click Next Shot to be taken to the submission screen.
Score uploading is now disabled, so you can quit or go
to a new round.