Mario Golf

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Mario Golf
Mario Golf series logo.png
The latest Mario Golf series logo.
Genres Sports (Golf)
Developers Nintendo R&D4 (1984-1990)
Nintendo R&D2 (1991-1998)
Camelot Software Planning (1999-present)
Publishers Nintendo
Platforms Famicom Disk System, Game Boy, Game Boy Advance, Game Boy Color, GameCube, Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo 64, Nintendo Entertainment System, Virtual Console
Platform of origin Nintendo Entertainment System
Year of inception 1984
First release Golf
Latest release Mario Golf: World Tour
Spin-offs Mobile Golf
Official website

Mario Golf (Japanese: マリオゴルフ Hepburn: Mario Gorufu?) is a video game series spin-off of the Mario in the sport genre, primarily developed by Camelot Software Planning and published by Nintendo.

Development and history[edit]

Timeline of release years
1984 – Golf
1985 –
1986 –
1989 –
1990 –
1991 – NES Open Tournament Golf
1992 –
1993 –
1997 –
1998 –
1999 – Mario Golf
2000 –
2001 – Mobile Golf
2002 –
2003 – Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour
2004 – Mario Golf: Advance Tour
2005 –
2006 –
2012 –
2013 –
2014 – Mario Golf: World Tour


The first game in the series was Golf for the Nintendo Entertainment System. Although it was not released under the Mario Golf banner, the playable character was Mario himself. Later titles in the series built upon the gameplay mechanics of the original game.

Main series[edit]

Mario Golf
The first title of the main series was originally released for the Nintendo 64.
Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour
The second title of the main series.
Mario Golf: Advance Tour
The third title of the main series.
Mario Golf: World Tour
The fourth and most recent title of the main series.

Other titles[edit]

NES Open Tournament Golf and Mobile Golf were also released.



Aggregate review scores
Game GameRankings Metacritic
NES Open Tournament Golf
Mario Golf
Mobile Golf
Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour
Mario Golf: Advance Tour
Mario Golf: World Tour


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