Full List of Courses for Tiger Woods 14

Posted February 15th, 2013 at 6:15 pm


EA Sports has confirmed the complete list of the courses available with Tiger Woods PGA Tour 14. The standard version of the game includes 20 courses, the Historic Edition adds 6 more, and the final 18 will be offered as DLC or through retailer specific pre-order deals. 

Standard Edition
1. Muirfield Village
2. Oak Hill CC
3. Augusta National
4. St. Andrews
5. TPC Sawgrass
6. Valhalla (Updated)
7. Mission Hills Country Club
8. Pinehurst No. 2 (Updated)
9. TPC Louisiana
10. Pebble Beach
11. Oakmont CC
12. Royal Troon
13. Royal Birkdale
14. Torrey Pines
15. East Lake
16. Spyglass Hill
17. Crooked Stick
18. PGA National
19. Atlanta Atheletic Club
20. Kiawah Island

Historic Edition
1. 1934 Augusta National
2. Augusta National Par 3
3. Sheshan GC
4. Royal County Down
5. Royal Melbourne
6. TPC Blue Monster at Doral

DLC/Pre-order Courses
1. Bethpage Black (Amazon)
2. Pinehurst No 2 OLD (GameStop)
3. Whistling Straits (Walmart)
4. Colonial CC
5. TPC Boston (Updated)
6. Greek Isles
7. Highlands
8. The Predator
9. Emerald Dragon
10. TPC River Highlands
11. TPC Scottsdale
12. TPC San Antonio
13. Wolf Creek
14. Blackwolf
15. Banff
16. Costa Navarino
17. Els Club
18. Celtic Manor

  • mrcultureshock

    I guess the question now is: can we play the career without buying any DLC courses?

    • mcmax3000

      You could last year, so I imagine it will be the same this year.

  • MoneyMayweather

    Love the predator.

  • Keith.

    18 DLC courses? LoL at the few suckers who keep paying for the same courses every year. No wonder this game’s on its last legs.

    • mcmax3000

      You keep trying to spread this idea that Tiger Woods & NHL are on the verge of cancellation, yet I’ve never seen any indication of either from anywhere else except your posts.

      • Keith.

        Read the Tiger Woods forum over at EA — this game is incredibly expensive to license, between the courses, the golfers, the tournaments, the equipment, etc. Another year of 150,000-250,000 of sales just isn’t going to get it done. If all the new presentation stuff doesn’t jack sales, the devs seem to be somewhat worried due to all the licensing costs. Then again, EA has lost $2.5 billion since 2008, so if there’s one company that can continue to pump out sales losers, it’s definitely EA.

  • I just wish they bundled the fantasy courses in a DLC package by themselves. That way they wouldn’t be forced upon the majority who don’t want them. I never play them, yet I’m forced to – in essence – buy them because they’ll be in a DLC bundle that has courses I want!