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Nintendo Adds Golf To Wii Sports Club

Posted on Wednesday, December 18 @ 07:57:11 Eastern by Alex_Osborn


Starting today, gamers will be able to play golf in Wii Sports Club, Nintendo announced this morning during its Direct presentation.

Golf joins the previously-released tennis and bowling game types, and makes use of the GamePad. Just place the tablet on the floor and swing away at the ball on the screen. The game supports a total of 18 holes, with the first 9 coming from Wii Sports and the latter half coming from Famicom Golf: US Course.

You can try out golf with a free 24-hour trial right now.
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