PGA Tour 2K23 list of courses revealed

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The list of PGA Tour 2K23 officially licensed courses has been released by 2K, with a total of 20 of them available at launch. Seventeen of the courses were originally in PGA Tour 2K21 with three new courses added to the mix. Those three new courses are South Course of Wilmington Country Club, The Renaissance Club, and St. George’s Golf and Country Club. You can check out the entire list of courses below.

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  • Atlantic Beach Country Club
  • Bay Hill Golf Club & Lodge (Arnold Palmer Course)
  • Copperhead (Innisbrook)
  • Detroit Golf Club
  • East Lake Golf Club
  • Quail Hollow Club
  • Riviera Country Club
  • St George’s Golf and Country Club
  • The Renaissance Club
  • TPC Boston
  • TPC Deere Run
  • TPC Louisiana
  • TPC River Highlands
  • TPC San Antonio
  • TPC Sawgrass
  • TPC Scottsdale
  • TPC Southwind
  • TPC Summerlin
  • TPC Twin Cities
  • Wilmington Country Club (South Course)

PGA Tour 2K23 is a triple click threat

In our preview for PGA Tour 2K23, Stefan wrote, “It no doubt comes with great satisfaction to 2K Games that their PGA Tour game series is returning before EA’s effort is able to arrive next year. We don’t know what EA’s game will look like, how it will play and how flexible it will be just yet, but HB Studios is continuing to build on the solid foundations of PGA Tour 2K21 and The Golf Club which came before it. The new triple-click swing is a fantastic addition to make this game feel more welcoming, but it’s safe to say it’s losing none of its edge as a challenging golf game for those that want it.”

PGA Tour 2K23 is set to be released on October 14th. That is unless you plump for either the PGA Tour 2K23 Deluxe Edition or PGA Tour 2K23 Tiger Woods Edition. These editions grant three days early access so the game is playable from October 11th. The confirmed platforms are PC, PS5, PS4, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S.

Source: Press Release

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