Greg Norman's Golf Power

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Greg Norman's Golf Power
Cover art
Developer(s) Gremlin Interactive
Publisher(s) Virgin Interactive
Director(s) James North‑Hearn[1]
Designer(s) Rob Bowman[1]
Artist(s) Tim May[1]
  • Simon Blake
  • Chris Harvey
  • Scott Guest[1]
Composer(s) Barry Leitch
Platform(s) Nintendo Entertainment System
  • NA: July 1992
Genre(s) Traditional golf simulation
Mode(s) Single-player, multiplayer (2–4 players), match play, stroke play, hole design

Greg Norman's Golf Power is a golf-simulation video game developed by Gremlin Interactive for the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES), and published by Virgin Interactive in 1992.[1] It was the final golf title published for the NES.


Other than bearing the name and likeness of Australian professional golfer Greg Norman, the game is distinguished from most other golf simulations by providing a hole-design mode in which you can create and customize your own 18-hole course. The cartridge contained a battery back-up that allowed the player to save their created course.[2] Along with the hole-design mode, there are four pre-set courses, taking place in England, Scotland, the United States, and Japan.

The game made use of the NES Four Score, which allows for four-player gameplay.

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