PGA Tour 2K23 reveals brand-new course and Hugo Boss apparel

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Things are staying fresh in PGA Tour 2K23 with a brand-new course and incredible apparel set to arrive in November.

This is just the start as more content will be released and revealed throughout the cycle.

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According to the official statement, we can expect more "new content, playable characters, courses, gear, and more in the months to come."

New Course

The big news to arrive from the latest release is the first look at a brand-new course, Top of the Rock.

The first ever par three course to feature in a professional championship, Top of the Rock Golf Course will test your nerve and your precision.

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Set high above Table Rock Lake in Ridgedale, Missouri, this Jack Nicklaus-designed course offers picturesque scenery alongside a stiff golding challenge.

Top of the Rock Golf Course is now free and available to play for all PGA Tour 2K23 players from Thursday, 10 November.

Dude Perfect Apparel

Along with the release of the new course, players will now be able to deck their MyPlayer out in apparel from Dude Perfect.

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Dude Perfect is a comedy and sports entertainment team boasting over 58 million subscribers on YouTube, so the apparel is understandably eye-catching.

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The new gear from Dude Perfect includes branded hats, a polo, and a hoodie and is all available as of Thursday, 10 November.

In addition to the apparel, members of the Dude Perfect team will be available as playable characters in PGA Tour 2K23 in the future.

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Hugo Boss Apparel

Lastly, another new line of apparel is coming to the game, this time from high-end fashion brand Hugo Boss.

You will be able to customise your MyPlayer with Hugo Boss apparel from Friday, 11 November to add some extra class to proceedings.