EA releases Tiger Woods PGA Tour 12 for Android

EA releases Tiger Woods PGA Tour 12 for Android

It’s hard to believe, but EA is back with another entry in the Tiger Woods golf franchise for Android.  Arriving late last night in the Google Play store, Tiger Woods PGA Tour 12 brings all your favorite pro golfers, course, and more to an Android device near you. At $4.99 it falls in line with other EA titles, however this is perhaps one of our favorite casual time killers.  While we like to spend a few minutes playing with our customized character, we love to take on friends/foes on the WiFi or Bluetooth.

Features in Tiger Woods PGA Tour 12

  • Choose your course and golfer, and play against other scores in PGA TOUR mode
  • Take on the Tiger Challenge, consisting of over 20 mini-games designed to test your skills — earn money that can be used to participate in PGA TOUR events.
  • Play through PGA TOUR courses, including Pebble Beach, St. Andrews, TPC Sawgrass, Hazeltine, Doral, TPC Boston, and Greenbrier
  • Play as or alongside 8 pros, including Tiger Woods, Anthony Kim, Paula Creamer, Natalie Gulbis, Paul Casey, Jim Furyk, Zach Johnson, Camilo Villegas
  • Customize your male or female golfer with skin, shirt, pants, hat, shoes, belts, and gloves
  • Go head-to-head against a friend with local WiFi or Bluetooth Multiplayer
  • Play the all-new Predator fantasy course
  • Play in 4 Game Modes

Download Tiger Woods PGA Tour 12 from Google Play today!

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10 Comments

  1. Leif
    June 02, 16:12 Reply

    Just a little suggestion: I had it already in a few articles that I clicked on the “play store” link in the thought it would bring me to the app in the play store – but it was just a backlink to another article. This is a really annoying behavior to try to get user to other articles.

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