Release date set for The Golf Club 2 and new trailer puts Course Creator in spotlight

Posted April 26th, 2017 at 8:00 am

Though announced nearly a year ago it wasn’t until today that the sequel to 2014’s The Golf Club got an official release date. The Golf Club 2 will go out Tuesday, June 27 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Accompanying that news is a brand new trailer taking a new look at improvements that have been made to the popular Course Creator. 

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The state-of-the-art and highly expansive Course Editor feature, which allows players to replicate a compelling and authentic experience of being on the green. Fans of the game’s predecessor will be pleased to find that the beloved creation tool is returning and has been highly upgraded with brand new, expanded features, including tournament dressings with camera towers and vibrant crowds, to name a few. The Course Editor feature empowers players to create the perfect course to fit their style, where the only limit is their own imagination.

Among the new features for The Golf Club 2 are a progression-based Career Mode, introduction of dynamic online societies, and tournament-based competition. Retailers recently lowered the standard price of the game from $50 to $40. Those who pre-order through Amazon will be able to get 20% off that price making it $32.

  • Keith.

    Looking good.

  • swimfunk

    I enjoyed TGC1, excited for this release. Hopefully the career mode is in depth and not just a bunch of tournaments. Looking forward to some blogs regarding some changes to the sequel.

  • Just a guy

    $40 for this game puts it on my radar.

  • Brian Mann

    Not sure if we are getting the Prime Discount. Says 39.99 still.

    • Yeah, that’ll be made active at some point coming up, they still haven’t updated the release date either.

  • jbstoner44

    Hey EAsports, take note you pathetic and arrogant buttholes, this is how you provide a great product to the consumer and fanbase crowd. I hope the Ultimate game crowd you now cater to, keep your company thriving.

    • gregg

      hope you didn’t speak too soon cause it looks like this game is going to be infested by microtransaction crap

      • Andy Reppe

        Highly unlikely considering how they handled TGC1.

      • jbstoner44

        At least they are trying to be innovative, unlike EA, who believe they are too big to fail, indirectly telling the consumers, take what we give you and shut up.