Browser-based Tiger Woods PGA TOUR Online formally announced

Friday, 29th May 2009 14:30 GMT By Patrick Garratt


EA just officially announced Tiger Woods PGA TOUR Online.

The game is a browser-based affair, and will launch with “several world class championship courses”, including Pebble Beach, TPC Sawgrass and St Andrews. More are promised in the fullness of time.

As reported earlier, the title will replace disc version for PC and Mac.

Price? Expect a “multi-tiered subscription” model. It’s out this autumn.

Get the press release after the break.

EA Revolutionalizes Sports Gaming with Ground-Breaking Tiger Woods PGA TOUR Online

Authentic Golf Simulation Streamed Directly to Your Browser

REDWOOD CITY, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Electronic Arts Inc., (NASDAQ: ERTS – News) announced today that EA Tiburon, the development studio of the best-selling* golf simulation Tiger Woods PGA TOUR® franchise, is introducing an innovative and ground-breaking new product – Tiger Woods PGA TOUR® Online. Available this fall, Tiger Woods PGA TOUR Online is an authentic golf simulation experience that is dynamically streamed to a web browser and requires no game installation, no disc, and no additional peripherals. This game is easily accessible and available anywhere, via a web browser and an internet connection.

“Tiger Woods PGA TOUR Online is for anyone who loves golf and is on-the-go,” said Executive Producer Mike Taramykin. “Whether you have ten minutes on your PC in the office, or hours on your Mac at home, this is a golf game that makes time for you. With Tiger Woods PGA TOUR Online, golf lovers can satisfy their golf fix anytime.”

Stuck at the airport waiting for a flight? If you have an internet connection, just open up your computer and fire up Tiger Woods PGA TOUR Online! The game is literally just a click away and has high resolution 3D graphics, delivers a feature rich experience and will be regularly updated with new features.

At launch, Tiger Woods PGA TOUR Online will include several world class championship courses, such as Pebble Beach, TPC Sawgrass and St. Andrews, while additional new courses will be available on a regular basis. In addition, a fully stocked schedule of tournaments and multiple community features, allowing fans to connect and compete with friends, makes Tiger Woods PGA TOUR Online a community for all golf fans. This community will help shape the game’s evolution, including features such as new course additions, pro shop items, and even tournament conditions.

Your time is at a premium and Tiger Woods PGA TOUR Online is designed to work around your schedule – suspend play and resume from the exact same point at a later time. Tiger Woods PGA TOUR Online will be the most accessible and feature-rich golf video game experience available on any personal computer.

Tiger Woods PGA TOUR Online will be offered through a multi-tiered subscription in fall of 2009.

For more information about Tiger Woods PGA TOUR Online, go to and for Tiger Woods PGA TOUR Online assets, go to

EA SPORTS™ is the leading interactive sports software brand in the world, with top-selling titles and franchises including Madden NFL football, FIFA Soccer, NHL® hockey, NBA LIVE basketball, NCAA® Football, Tiger Woods PGA TOUR® and NASCAR® racing.

* Based on NPD data.



  1. Blerk

    To be honest, this sounds like the ideal format for this kind of game. Perfect for a couple o’ holes over lunch. Without actually leaving the office and risking exposure to the ‘real world’.

    #1 6 years ago
  2. JonFE

    Depends on the sub price really and whether they will stop farming out annual updates or not…

    However, one’s got to acknowledge that EA may have found their “WoW” cow ;)

    #2 6 years ago
  3. No_PUDding

    This is the beginning of the end for gaming consoles.

    Browsers are the future. Perhaps we will have consoles that act as PC’s however.

    #3 6 years ago
  4. freedoms_stain

    “Perhaps we will have consoles that act as PC’s however.”

    What, like the PS2 and PS3, both of which can run Linux?

    #4 6 years ago

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