Abandonware DOS title

Sports: golf

Golf was one of the most simulated sports in the DOS era. There were also a few licensed games, such as Jack Nicklaus' Unlimited Golf or PGA Tour Golf. Even Sid Meier (and Will Wright) designed a game based on golf: Sid Meier's SimGolf.

Most popular golf games

Sid Meier's SimGolf
sportsWindows XP/98/95
Links 386 Pro
PGA Tour golf

Jack Nicklaus' Unlimited Golf & Course Design

DOS19903.7/5 Sculptured Software

Links 386 Pro

DOS19924.3/5 Access Software

Links: The Challenge of Golf

DOS19904/5 Access Software

Mean 18

DOS19864.1/5 Microsmiths

PGA Tour golf

DOS19904/5 Sterling Silver Software
PGA Tour Golf is an abandoned golf game - the first in the PGA Tour series - designed by Lee Actor and Dennis Koble, developed by Sterling Silver Software and released by Electronic Arts in 1990. PGA Tour Golf features 3 golf courses based on real ones: TPC Avenel, TPC Sawgrass, PGA West.

Sensible Golf

DOS19943.2/5 Sensible Software

Sid Meier's SimGolf

Windows XP/98/9520024.1/5 Firaxis Games
Sid Meier's SimGolf is a golf simulation developed by Firaxis Games in 2002, different from other golf games. In SimGolf, the player is tasked with running a golf course, designing holes, taking care of golfers and even playing. It's an underrated game that deserves a place among the best of its genre.

World Class Leader Board

DOS19884.2/5 Access Software
World Class Leader Board is a golf simulation game developed and published by Access Software and released in the late 1980s for various platforms, including the Commodore 64, Amiga, Atari ST, and PC. Players could choose their clubs, adjust their stance, and navigate through the virtual courses. World Class Leader Board was designed by Bruce ...

World tour golf

DOS19853.7/5 Electronic Arts
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