Launching later this week on Nintendo Switch is Golf Zero, a platformer that serves as a hybrid of golf mechanics and "crazy" physics.

The game has you taking on the role of a little yellow bean thing with legs (well, do you know what to call it?) as you make your way through a number of platforming challenges. Things start out simple enough on a nice, grassy green, but you'll soon be bouncing around in more dangerous settings.

As things progress, you'll find yourself jumping, sprinting and sliding your way past hazards like boulders, saw blades and bullets - so this isn't quite your typical PGA Tour experience. Here's a short feature list:

- 40 levels of golf platforming madness
- Competitive speed run mode
- Endearing pixel art

It's launching on Switch on 11th September (so that's this Friday), and while we don't have a price for it just yet, the game has reviewed well with players on mobile platforms.

What do you think? Will you give it a go if the price is right? Aim for a hole in one in the comments below.