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EA Sports PGA Tour Courses: Full course list for the latest game

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With exclusive access to all four of golf's Majors, the EA Sports PGA Tour courses give unrivalled access to the finest fairways and greatest greens around!

Rather than the pro players taking centre stage, the courses are the true main characters in the game, with each having its own personality that you need to learn in order to conquer it.

You won't tire of repeated play on these world-famous stages, so find out the full EA Sports PGA Tour course list below.

Latest - Los Angeles Country Club Added

Season 3 of EA Sports PGA Tour is here and along with plenty of updates in the latest patch, a new course has been included!

The new season is all about the US Open, so the host of the 2023 tournament, the Los Angeles Country Club, is now available to play in all game modes!

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WELCOME TO LA - The Los Angeles Country Club has been added to EA Sports PGA Tour

This also means a change to Career Mode, where the US Open Championship will now alternate between The Los Angeles Country Club and The Country Club every other season.

You can check out the other updates that launched on Tuesday, 13 June with the release of Season 3 here.

EA Sports PGA Tour Course List

From launch, 30 courses will be available in EA Sports PGA Tour, with 28 painstakingly recreated in exact detail from their real-world counterparts, and two fantasy courses to get stuck into.

Take a look at the full EA Sports PGA Tour course list below:

  • Augusta National
  • St Andrews
  • Pebble Beach
  • The Country Club
  • Southern Hills
  • TPC Sawgrass
  • East Lake
  • Wilmington Country Club
  • TPC Boston
  • TPC Southwind
  • TPC Scottsdale
  • Whistling Straits
  • PGA West
  • Quail Hollow
  • Torrey Pines
  • Kiawah Island Ocean Course
  • Chambers Bay
  • Banff Springs
  • Wolf Creek
  • Bay Hill
  • Liberty National
  • Harbour Town
  • Riviera Country Club
  • Tara Iti
  • Top of the Rock
  • Bandon Dunes
  • Evian Resort
  • Teeth of the Dog
  • Wetlands (fantasy course)
  • Lighthouse Pointe (fantasy course)
  • Oak Hill Country Club (post-launch)
  • Los Angeles Country Club (post-launch)

As well as having access to those 30 courses from launch, after the title launches several courses will be added, including Royal Liverpool and Olympia Fields as part of the FedEx Cup series and Marco Simone as a Ryder Cup release!

Course Overview Trailer Deep Dive

30 courses are available from the launch of EA Sports PGA Tour and we got a look at some of them in fine detail via the Couse Overview Trailer!

The trailer gave us a deep dive into the creation of some of the courses in the game, which look ultra-realistic and should transport you into the action.

The Course Overview Trailer went live on Tuesday, 21 February at 11am EST / 4pm GMT, and you can check it out below.

EA Sports PGA Tour Augusta Course Guide

Augusta National is one of golf's most iconic courses, and unsurprisingly it will test your golfing abilities to the max.

EA has recreated Augusta to perfection, with every stunning detail adding to the experience of playing at the famous Masters venue.

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CHALLENGING TASK - Each hole provides a different test

Triumph at Augusta National and you will win a coveted green jacket, so what are you waiting for? Read our Augusta Guide.

Ball Behaviour

It's not just the visuals that bring the classy courses to life in EA Sports PGA Tour, but also the ball behaviour.

Generating an accurate feel for the different courses was an important part of the process for the design team, with factors impacting the height of a ball’s bounce, the speed of its roll, the impact on ball spin, and the launch of the ball.

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FIRM AND FAST - The fairways at St Andrews are legendary

Everything from the speed and firmness of the fairway to the length of the first cut has been taken into account, and you will also feel how your ball behaves differently in the air at different altitudes, so courses above sea level will see balls go further than those on the coast!

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