A Mac user’s life is not all geeky bits and bytes and apps. Sometimes, it’s a life of leisure, a life of entertainment, and a life of art that imitates a life of frustration. Take golf on the golf course. Then try golf on the Mac. Please. Atlanta is hot in the summer. Insects on the golf course love humans. Home is air conditioned. Mac golf is better.
Golf, The Way It Should Be Played
It’s not that I don’t mind a round of golf in the great outdoors. The social camaraderie is great. A cold beer among friends is a good way to end the day. But there’s a reason flog is simply g-o-l-f spelled backwards.
My best golf is on my Mac with GL Golf. Output the Mac’s screen to a wide screen LCD TV and my game improves.
612 holes, up to four players, multiple seasons, and all the golf course amenities. Water hazards, sand traps, bushes, wind, and trees.
The game comes with a driving range, internet access, multiple difficulty modes, multiple sets of clubs, online tournaments, match play and stroke play, even mulligans.
And, you get to control each shot over nearly two dozen courses.
It’s great fun and all in the comfortable setting of your living room or family room.
The only thing that would be better is an iPhone version connected to AppleTV that allowed the iPhone to be your club. I’d pay extra for that.