"One of Mario Golf's biggest successes is its intuitive and simple interface; it's easy for anyone to play, making it a title that appeals even to those who don't show any enthusiasm for the real-life sport. Featuring a good number of playable characters; varied and challenging courses; and connectivity with the Game Boy Color version, there's plenty to enjoy in both single- and multiplayer."
User Reviews (3)
"Mario Golf stands as one of the most terrific golfing titles. Its simple and intuitive controls, sublime course design and competitive multiplayer brought an irresistable charm to the Mario sports genre. Best of all was the final course, with each of its 18 holes cut and shaped into various Nintendo characters. An Immensely enjoyable original that still hasn't been topped by sequels in execution."
"+fun even for people who don't enjoy golf +mini-golf mode +final course modeled after Nintendo characters +link to GBC version for custom characters +secret tournament mode -lacks RPG adventure mode from Game Boy versions -lacks features of sequels such as only showing part of predicted trajectory of ball -most of game feels closer to Camelot's Hot Shots Golf than Mario -annoying multiplayer distract feature"
"As a person who actually plays golf for fun, Mario Golf is a breath of fresh air. Something about this game had me going back for more until I was able to collect all the birdie coins. The "Best Shots" replays were great for rubbing your skills in your friends' faces. It was simple, competitive, and fun for even people who don't play golf."
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