PGA Tour 2K23: Full list of courses revealed
PGA Tour 2K23’s courses have been revealed, and we’ve got you covered when it comes to the links for the new title in the golf gaming franchise.
2K has officially announced the host of courses that will be available and licenced in the upcoming game, which has been fronted by the legendary Tiger Woods.
There are 17 courses that are still in the game after PGA Tour 2K21 and three new ones: Wilmington Country Club’s South Course, The Renaissance Club and St George’s Golf and Country Club.
That means there will be 20 courses that you can dive into from the off in 2K23.
That means that, per a 2K press release, there will be a total of 360 unique fairways and putting greens to test your mettle on, making this one of the most detailed and in-depth golf games ever released.
2K has also revealed exactly how they have recreated the courses in minute detail, and they have combined drone footage, high-resolution photography and assets provided by the owners of each club.
The full list of 2K23 courses can be found below.
PGA Tour 2K23 Every Course In The Game
- Atlantic Beach Country Club
- Bay Hill Golf Club & Lodge (Arnold Palmer Course)
- Copperhead (Innisbrook)
- Detroit Golf Club
- East Lake Golf Club
- Quail Hollow Club
- Riviera Country Club
- St George’s Golf and Country Club
- The Renaissance Club
- TPC Boston
- TPC Deere Run
- TPC Louisiana
- TPC River Highlands
- TPC San Antonio
- TPC Sawgrass
- TPC Scottsdale
- TPC Southwind
- TPC Summerlin
- TPC Twin Cities
- Wilmington Country Club (South Course)
2K has confirmed that they have further courses that will be available post-launch and will be free for all players to download.
- Pebble Beach Golf Club
- Spyglass Hill
- Torrey Pines North Course
- Torrey Pines South Course
PGA Tour 2K23 will also feature a course designer, meaning that players can create their own golfing experiences within the game, adding to the already stacked roster of licenced venues.
2K has confirmed that there are multiple editions of PGA Tour 2K23: the Standard edition, which releases on the 14th of October, the Deluxe Edition which comes on the 11th of October and the Tiger Woods Edition, which releases on the same day as the Deluxe Edition.
The game is coming to both new and old-generation consoles, meaning it will be available on PS5, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, and Xbox One, along with PC. It is not due to release on Nintendo Switch.
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