True Golf Classics: Waialae Country Club

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True Golf Classics: Waialae Country Club
True Golf Classics - Waialae Country Club Coverart.png
North American box art (Super NES version)
Developer(s) T&E Soft
Publisher(s) T&E Soft
Series True Golf
Platform(s) SNES
NEC PC9801
Sega Mega Drive
Release SNES:
  • JP: September 18, 1992[1]
Mega Drive:
  • JP: 1994
  • JP: October 26, 1997
Genre(s) Traditional golf simulation
Mode(s) Single-player
Multiplayer (up to four players)

True Golf Classics: Waialae Country Club, released as New 3D Golf Simulation: Waialae no Kiseki (Japanese: ワイアラエの奇蹟) in Japan, is a golfing game developed and published by T&E Soft. It was released in 1991 for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System and PC-9800 Series.


The video game is based on the prestigious Waialae Country Club, located in Hawaii.


It served as a launch title for the Super NES during its North American debut. This game was released in Japan for the Mega Drive in 1994. The game is part of T&E Soft's True Golf series. The company later released another game in the series set on the same course, Waialae Country Club: True Golf Classics for the Nintendo 64.


Players can choose a golfer, assign him a caddy, pick a set of golf clubs, and adjust the game stats to personal preference.


Next Generation stated that "Waialae is all the more enjoyable for enabling you to sport eighteen holes without having to wear stupid pants and talk merger deals."[2]


  1. ^ a b "Release dates". GameFAQs. Retrieved 2008-03-15. 
  2. ^ "Finals". Next Generation. No. 2. Imagine Media. February 1995. p. 91.