Watch out for the water hazards and the wind mill! What do you mean that’s the wrong golf?
Wii Sports Club is drafting a new player for their lineup. It was announced during the Nintendo Direct that Golf will be joining Tennis and Bowling in the Wii Sports Club lineup. The Wii U version will have a more realistic feel to it as well as more unique controls. You’ll be able to put the Game Pad on the floor and be able to hit the ball right where you want to make contact with it. The ball will fly from the Game Pad screen to the TV screen and toward whatever you hit it toward. Whatever it is laying in the TV is what you’ll see it in on the Game Pad. You can see a new trailer for the game here.
There will be different courses to play in Golf such as a 3, 9, or 18 hole course. There is also training mode where you can hone your skills and become a better golfer. You can practice your putting skills, your driver skills, or your chipping skills to become a better player and beat people from all over the world. There will also be a special 9 hole course based on the Famicon golf game, Golf US Course.
When you first download Wii Sports Club, you get a 24 hour trial period to decide if you like the game and if you want to buy it. After that you have 2 options to buy: Day pass for 2 bucks and allows access to all sports for a day or a Club Pass that allows permanent access to a single sport for 10 bucks. Personally, I would go with the Club Pass because having to buy a pass every time I wanted to play a game would become a pain, quickly.