Ian Poulter Chats Tiger Woods PGA Tour Golf

Ian Poulter chats about being in the Tiger Woods game at his Invitational event at Woburn

A very overlooked DOS game, given that this probably the first video of it on Youtube. It was released in 1994 by Electronic Arts and Hitmen Productions as a sequel to Electronic Arts’ PGA Tour Golf. You play on three TPC courses: Summerlin, River Highlands, and the infamous Sawgrass with the island green on its 17th hole. As the name implies, a 486 or better processor is recommended to play this game. According to Wikipedia, the name is a take on Access Software’s Links 386. It is the first golf game to use the Target Arc aiming marker, which shows the flight of your shot; it includes realistic sounds (such as hitting trees, falling in water, etc); it has TV-style presentation (such as commentary ["This short putt...should break slightly to the right!" or "To remain at even par, he needs this putt!" or "This, for the birdie, to drop to 4-under!"], pro advice, and instant replay); the putting system is precise; you can play as or against PGA Tour professionals; each pro has humorous reactions to good putts and “heart-breaking” misses; you get to see the pros’ personal stats; and it has a swing system that most golf games to this day also use. I used to play this game a lot on my Windows 95 computer when I was 5-8 years old. It was a very great game. Unfortunately, there is one problem when running this game in the DosBox emulator, as you can see in this video: the game runs very slowly. Also, you won’t be able to see the whole game screen. This is because, when running