Golden Tee Golf

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Golden Tee Golf is a golf arcade game series by Incredible Technologies. Its signature feature is the use of a trackball[1] to determine the power, direction and curve of the player's golf shot. Play modes include standard, closest to the pin, and online tournaments.

The 1995 Peter Jacobson's Golden Tee 3D Golf was the first in the series to support online networked play. Rather than being networked to each other, the cabinets were all linked to a central computer which compared scores for tournament play. The first test tournament, held on 24 game cabinets in the Chicago area from November 24 to December 17, 1995, awarded real money to the winners, including a $1,000 grand prize.[2]

Versions
Name Year
Golden Tee Golf 1989
Golden Tee Golf II 1990
Golden Tee 3D Golf 1995
Golden Tee '97 1996
Golden Tee '98 1997
Peter Jacobsen's Golden Tee Golf (PC) 1998
Golden Tee '99 1998
Golden Tee 2K 1999
Golden Tee Fore! 2000
Golden Tee Classic 2001
Golden Tee Fore! 2002 2001
Golden Tee Supreme Edition Tournament 2002
Golden Tee Fore! 2003 2002
Golden Tee Fore! 2004 2003
Golden Tee Fore! 2004 Extra 2003
Golden Tee Fore! 2005 2004
Golden Tee LIVE 2005
Golden Tee Fore! Complete 2005
Golden Tee LIVE 2007 2006
Golden Tee Golf Home Edition (TV) 2006
Golden Tee LIVE 2008 2007
Golden Tee 2008 Unplugged 2007
Golden Tee LIVE 2009 2008
Golden Tee 2009 Unplugged 2008
Golden Tee Golf : Mobile Edge 2009
Golden Tee LIVE 2010 2009
''Golden Tee 2010 Unplugged 2009
Golden Tee LIVE 2011 2010
Golden Tee 2011 Unplugged 2010
Golden Tee LIVE 2012 2011
Golden Tee LIVE 2013 2012
Golden Tee LIVE 2014 2013
Golden Tee Home Edition 2014 2013
Golden Tee LIVE 2015 2014
Golden Tee Home Edition 2015 2014
Golden Tee LIVE 2016 2015
Golden Tee Mobile 2015

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Peter Jacobson's Golden Tee 3D Golf". Next Generation. No. 14. Imagine Media. February 1996. p. 176. Using the new, improved handy-dandy, hip... trackball (surely proving to be a revival in the '90s), you swing through three pleasant, 18-hole courses (Oak Valley, Ocean Point, and Cactus Canyon). 
  2. ^ Webb, Marcus (March 1996). "Another Network Test". Next Generation. No. 15. Imagine Media. p. 23. 

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