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The Tiger Legacy In the newest edition of the Tiger Woods PGA Tour video game franchise, you can relive his most memorable golf (and fashion) milestones through the Tiger Legacy Challenge. With this new feature, gamers will be able to play as Tiger at different stages of his career. Completing each era unlocks bonus features throughout the game.
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Toddler Years The first era includes events from Tiger's childhood in the late 70's. Players can practice their chip shots in his own back yard.
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Early Years From 1983 to 1986, when Tiger was 7 to 10. Gamers will get a chance to play in some of Tiger's first golf tournaments, including the Junior World Championships.
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Junior Years From 1988 to 1991, when Tiger was 12 to 15. Throughout this era, various audio distractions will play to re-create one of Earl Woods's training methods for his son.
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Amateur Years From the ages of 18-20, Tiger won three U.S. Amateurs and made his first trip to the Masters.
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Rookie Years Tiger at 21 and 22, his first two years on the PGA TOUR. Gamers can try to follow in Tiger's footsteps and win the green jacket or ace the 16th hole at TPC Scottsdale.
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Total Swing Control Another new feature is something called total swing control. For the first time, a gamer's swing tempo will directly influence the power of the shot.
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Rickie Fowler Fowler appears with Woods on the cover of the game, which will be the first-ever sports simulation for the Kinect for Xbox 360. Gamers will be able to pick their favorite PGA Tour players and try to fill their shoes without a controller.
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Royal County Down The game also features six new courses, including Royal County Down in Northern Ireland.
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PGA National Course Take a swing at the PGA National, which is also a new addition this year.
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The Ocean Course at Kiawah Island The Ocean Course at Kiawah Island, site of this year's PGA Championship, has also been added to the list.