SNES A Day 50: True Golf Classics: Pebble Beach Golf Links


Approximate Release Month: April 1992
Genre: Golf simulation
Developer: T&E Software
Publisher: T&E Software

Haven’t I played True Golf Classics: Pebble Beach Golf Links before?

Yes, yes I did. It was called True Golf Classics: Waialae Country Club and it was released about five months before Pebble Beach Golf Links. This feels scummy to me since this probably retailed as a full-priced game and I don’t think there’s enough different and new here to justify that.

I’ll run down what differences I noticed.

  • New title screen! It sure would have been embarrassing if T&E Software put the wrong name there!
  • There’s a quick start option in the main menu which puts you right in tournament play.
  • The main menu song sounds slightly different. The key word there is “slightly”.
  • Different course, obviously.
  • Different caddies, one of whom is named Dawg. Seriously.
  • The biggest change, and I wish I were joking, is that music now plays when you are golfing!

Everything I said in my review for Waialae Country Club applies here. I don’t really want to play more of a mediocre-at-best golf game than I have to, so check out that review.

Tomorrow: It’s too bad that World League Soccer just missed the World Cup.

2 thoughts on “SNES A Day 50: True Golf Classics: Pebble Beach Golf Links”

    1. I think even the best golf sim would be unappealing to a four year old!

      I have to imagine Keith always used Dawg, the best caddy ever, right??

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