EA Sports PGA Tour Career Mode Trailer Released

Featuring a dynamic and adaptive progression system, see what’s to come in EA Orlando and EA Madrid’s EA Sports PGA Tour’s Career Mode with the latest trailer for the game.

Career Mode kicks off with players customizing their golfer’s appearance with different visual customizations, equipment options, and swing styles. In the case of the latter, these can be adjusted by shifting the swing form, swing tempo, preferred shot types and ball trajectory. One is also able to choose between both iconic and new-age golf brand equipment, with the ability to adjust club head, shaft, and grips.

From there, players can choose between the Korn Ferry Tour or the PGA TOUR. As an amateur, players can experience the U.S. Amateur Championship, Augusta National Women’s Amateur, Amateur Championship, Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship, and Latin American Amateur Championship. This all culminates in Q-school, where they can compete for a spot on the Korn Ferry Tour. Those that perform well enough can get themselves an invitation to the Masters and U.S. Open.

Learn more with the trailer below:

EA SPORTS PGA TOUR Career Mode Trailer

EA Sports PGA Tour launches worldwide April 7.

Source: Press Release
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