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Comments (7)
Calvin Franklin - 19/02/2023
Does any know if this game was ever released on cartridge format? I would love to have this in cart format for the Atari 8-bit computer. Thanks, Cal
Baz - 30/09/2013
If memory serves me right this came with a plug for one of the joystick ports which acted as the security protection, a short stubbly thing coated in red at one end.

It did stretch reality with it's heavy amounts of water, but it made for a fun challenge and was one of the few games I could regularly play with my Mum since we'd often play against each other so there was much cheering and groaning as we battled each other. Hence I have happy memories of it and rate this highly.
Daniel Thomas MacInnes - 18/10/2012
Leaderboard Golf is pretty much the definitive video golf game. Its game mechanics are standard for every entry in the genre, and have barely changed at all. Make of that what you will.
Tiger - 01/08/2009
Fantastic game for it's time, and still very playable. I wasted sooo much time playing this game as a kid.
Cimelek - 06/12/2007
Great game! One of the best on Atari, 10/10.
BrunoN - 14/05/2006
I've never cared much about this sport, but this game was well made so much that I wasted lots of time playing it. Probably because of cool (but slowly generated) vector terrain and awesome animation of the player. Never had enough of it :)
Nixon - 17/04/2006
the number1 golf simulation on atari 11/10:P
still love to play it:)

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GenreSports - GolfYear1986
LanguageMachine LanguagePublisherUS Gold
ControlsJoystickDeveloper
Players2+CountryUnited Kingdom
Programmer(s)

Homer, Kevin

LicenseCommercial
Graphic Artist(s)MediumTape Disk
SoundRarity
Cover Artist(s)Serial
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