EA Sports PGA Tour is set for worldwide release on Friday, 7 April, coinciding with The Masters tournament which is set to be played over that weekend.
Exclusive to the game will be The Majors, including The Masters, as EA has secured the rights to all four of golf's biggest tournaments in EA Sports PGA Tour!
With exclusive access to the tournaments and the respective courses involved, EA's new title is off to a great start as they look to challenge PGA Tour 2K23 for golf-gaming supremacy.
Golf's majors, also known as the major championships or simply 'The Majors', are the four most prestigious golf tournaments in the world.
These tournaments are considered the most important events in golf, and winning a major championship is considered one of the greatest achievements in a golfer's career.
Winning a major championship is considered the pinnacle of achievement in golf, and only a select few golfers have been able to achieve this feat.
The most successful golfers in major championship history include Jack Nicklaus, who has won 18 majors, and Tiger Woods, who has won 15 majors.
Other notable multiple major winners include Arnold Palmer, Gary Player, Phil Mickelson, and Rory McIlroy.
In EA Sports PGA Tour, you will have the opportunity to add your name to an illustrious list of champions, with an elusive Grand Slam available to the elite golfers among us.
This tournament is held annually in April at the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia, USA.
It is the first major championship of the year and is known for its green jacket, which is awarded to the winner.
American star Scottie Scheffler won the event in 2022, and he is one of a long list of playable golfers in the game this year.
Augusta National will be one of the most popular courses in the game this year, and its exclusivity to EA's new title adds to the excitement surrounding the iconic course.
The U.S. Open
The U.S. Open is held annually in June and is organized by the United States Golf Association (USGA).
It is played on different courses throughout the United States and is known for its difficult course conditions and narrow fairways.
Los Angeles Country Club will host the event in 2023, and the course will feature in EA Sports PGA Tour.
Englishman Matt Fitzpatrick won last year's event, the first major win of his career.
The Open Championship
Also known as the British Open, this tournament is held annually in July and is the oldest of the four majors, dating back to 1860.
It is played on links-style courses in the United Kingdom and is known for its unpredictable weather and challenging course conditions.
St. Andrews played host to the 150th Open last year, with current LIV Golf star Cam Smith claiming the Claret Jug at what is considered the oldest golf course in the world.
The 151st Open Championship will take place at the Royal Liverpool Golf Club which is due to arrive in EA Sports PGA Tour in a post-launch update.
The PGA Championship
The PGA Championship is the final major of the season, with the tournament held annually in August and organized by the Professional Golfers' Association of America (PGA).
It is played on different courses throughout the USA and is renowned for its high scores and exciting finishes.
Justin Thomas claimed victory at Southern Hills in 2022 after beating Will Zalatoris in a thrilling play-off finale.
This year, The PGA Championship will be held on the East Course at Oak Hill Country Club.