The Golf Club Announces Partnership with ProTee United
Ryan Bloom / Aug 12th, 2014 No Comments
Canada-based developer HB Studios announced a licensing deal with ProTee United that will allow courses from the upcoming game The Golf Club to appear in golf simulators worldwide.
The simulator version of The Golf Club will allow golfers to experience the game in a whole new way with their own clubs and their own swing.
ProTee United will bring thousands of user-created courses to life in golf simulators, allowing users to create their own course in The Golf Club and play online with friends or in life-like simulators.
HB Studios previously announced a partnership with Greg Norman Golf Course Design that will brand the game’s course creator and allow the company to use The Golf Club’s design features to build real-life course designs. Greg Norman Golf Course Design will be able to build plans in the game and give clients a chance to experience courses before they are built in real life.
The Golf Club is out on Steam Early Access now and is expected to be released late August for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.
For more information on the game, check out Gaming Illustrated’s interview with HB Studios Executive Producer Peter Garcin.
The Golf Club is blending virtual and real worlds like no other video game has done before. The partnership with ProTee United will take the concept of golf sim to a whole new level. What could be more awesome than creating a course and experiencing it in real life?
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