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Old 10-26-2006, 08:56 AM   #1
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ProStroke Golf - World Tour 2007 Reviews (PC, PS2)

We have just posted our review of ProStroke Golf - World Tour 2007 for the PC and the Playstation 2. Find out what Clay Shaver had to say about them. FYI, the reviews are identical, as they talk about both version within the review.
"I spent four days in September on a golf outing with my father, my uncle and my older brother on one of the most beautiful courses that the Upper Peninsula of Michigan has to offer. Although rain shortened our plans to get in 54 holes in three days, we did manage to play 36 in between trips to the casino and eating like kings. Lucky for me, I had more luck in the poker room then I did on the links. I took a hearty beating on our first 18, when we played every man for himself ,and an even more embarrassing spanking on the second day when we played teams – the young against the old.

A few things stood out to me after that trip up north. Try as I might, I suck at golf. I love the game. I love the time outdoors. I love the social aspects of the game. But the core concept of “put white ball in slightly larger hole with as few swings as possible” is Greek to me. Mark Twain was right when he called golf “a good walk spoiled.”

The other thing that really jumped out at me was how very different each golfer is. While there may technically be a right way to golf, there really isn’t a wrong way. Everyone seems to have a different approach, a unique backswing and a personalized follow-through. Even if the results are the same, the path can be so very different."

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