PGA Tour 2K23's Full List of Officially Licensed Golf Courses Unveiled

PGA Tour 2K23's Full List of Officially Licensed Golf Courses Unveiled

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Richard Walker

2K has lifted the lid on the complete list of licensed courses coming to PGA Tour 2K23, the upcoming new iteration in HB Studios' golf sim series, featuring Tiger Woods back on a golf game cover for the first time in ages.

A total of seventeen courses from PGA Tour 2K21 will be available to play in the new game, alongside three new venues - the South Course of Wilmington Country Club, The Renaissance Club, and St. George's Golf and Country Club. That's twenty courses available at launch, with a total of 360 unique fairways and greens to conquer.

Each course has been recreated for the game using aerial drone footage, lidar data, high-res photography, and other supporting assets provided by the course's management. Realistic buildings, signage, hazards, fairways, greens, and climate will all feature, for “the most authentic PGA Tour video game experience available to date”.

Other official courses, like Pebble Beach Golf Club, Spyglass Hill, and Torrey Pines North and South Courses, as well as custom courses using the game's Course Designer, will also be coming as free post-launch DLC for PGA Tour 2K23.

Here's the complete list of courses that will feature in PGA Tour 2K23 when it launches this October: 

  • 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; and
  • Wilmington Country Club (South Course)

PGA Tour 2K23 wil be coming to Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, and PC from 11th October with the Deluxe Edition and Tiger Woods Edition, and on 14th October with the standard edition.

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  • I loved PGA 03 waaaaayyyy back on Gamecube. Is it worth checking out what's on Gamepass with EA Play if I want to scratch that virtual Golf itch???
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