PGA Championship Golf 1999 Edition
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If you find yourself chipping from within your club's rated distance, take a little something off the shot or go with a shorter club.
Activate the top aerial view and click it with the right mouse button to effectively gauge distances (there is no other recommended way).
The game lets you customize your main viewing perspective to just about any angle and elevation you want. Setting the elevation to 6 feet and the pitch to -7 degrees permits a really good look at both your golfer and the lay of the land ahead of him.
Learn to rotate your PGA golfer for a better angle at the hole or to the intended fairway target. Ignore this facet of the game, and you'll be sorry.
Without a doubt, the "tri-click" swing method is easier and garners more consistent results than the TrueSwing mouse swing, especially for the rookie golfer. Do not, however, try to hit monster drives by letting the meter go far past the ideal "full power" mark. By doing so, you must perfectly hit the "straight shot" mark on the way down, or you'll suffer the horribly short consequences.
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Microsoft Golf 1999 Edition & PGA Championship Golf Computer Games