Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2004

Game review by
Chris Saunders, Common Sense Media
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Enjoyable game is fun challenge.

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Violence & Scariness

The Nike logo is apparent in just about every shot.

What parents need to know

Parents need to know that there are constant reminders of Tiger Wood's major sponsor -- the Nike swoosh is evident in just about every screen.

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Adult Written byJohn351 January 10, 2021

Crap game

Graphics, crap, game absolute crap, worst golf game ever.
Teen, 15 years old Written byPS2freek April 9, 2008

Its OK, but im not much of a real life golfer

Its ok, but like all newer EA Sports games, the PC version is cheaper than the PS2, XBOX, and GC versions.

But it can help you to learn how golf works, what di... Continue reading

What's it about?

Take on some of the toughest golf courses in the world from the comfort of your living room. TIGER WOODS PGA TOUR 2004 allows your child to create the ultimate golfer. Golf balls buried in sand traps, downhill 30-foot putts and 200-yard plays out of 6-inch rough will be a breeze once they master this game.

The game is rated E for ages 6 and up, and is easy for younger players to pick up. With few controls coming into play, young children will have no problem pitching out of the sand or teeing off. However, they may have difficulty with advanced options like club selection and wind direction.

Is it any good?

There's little educational value that can be directly associated with the game, but like many EA titles, it is free of violence and inappropriate language.

Overall, you can't go wrong with Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2004. Aside from constant reminders that Nike sponsors Tiger, the game is enjoyable to play and offers children a great way to challenge themselves without having to pick up a club.

Talk to your kids about ...

  • Families can talk about marketing in sports and video games. Do you notice the prominent Nike logo in this game? What do you think about it? Are you more interested in products endorsed by your favorite athletes?

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