(Game Boy Color)

Mario Golf (Game Boy Color)

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Have you got what it takes?

The stakes are high in the race to become the Grand Champion of golf. Four Club Champs stand in your way, and you'll have to defeat them all to get a shot at playing the most famous golfer in the land… With 4 courses, 12 practice ranges, 5 play modes and a variety of mini-games, hours of fun is par for the course!

Plus, pick up tips from the other golfers you meet to improve your own game. But in the end, it's all up to you. So get out there and conquer the links. FORE!

  • Create up to 3 of your very own characters and power them up as you play in this exciting golf adventure!
  • Play with Mario and Luigi, plus 8 brand-new characters!
  • All the info you need is displayed in an easy-to-understand format - from ball lie and drive distance, to wind speed and distance to the pin.
  • Play a round with a friend using a Game Link cable (sold separately).

So what are you waiting for, an engraved invitation?

Game Review


USA USA Version

Posted by Philip J Reed

A beautiful day on the links

Released in 1999 to dovetail with the N64 game of the same name, the Game Boy Color version of Mario Golf is more than just a scaled-back, portable edition. In fact, it stands well enough on its own merits, and it's almost unfortunate that it shares a...

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User Comments (6)



StarBoy91 said:

Oh, I remember this. :) I never really beat it, but it was fun when I played it years ago on the Game Boy Color. :)



Bloodysaber said:

I was obsessed with this game. My crowning moment was the one time I got an albatross (3 shots below par...AKA double eagle) playing against mario.

I WAS SO PROUD. Hole in one is nothing compared to that.



DarkEdi said:

They could put wireles mode to connect with the N64 VC version, but it´s Nintendo, so i doubt they do it.

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