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Links 2004 delivers one of the most realistic and competitive golf experiences for Xbox. Golf fans worldwide can compete online in friendly matches with old golfing buddies or compete in tournaments against the best golfers in the world via Xbox Live.
Links 2004 also features top championship courses and top professionals, including cover athlete Sergio Garcia.
A good golf game that is challenging and realistic. Old style xbox so controls are a bit strange - but works well.Published on March 13 2013 by Baboom
this golf game is simple so it is easier for kids. Also it has many modes, such as practice shots and intense competition!Published on July 17 2004
Not a lot of fluff, just good game play. When you do what you're suppose to do you make the shot.Published on May 30 2004 by R. Sipp
Links 2004 is a fairly decent golf game. You get to choose and design your player and then start off on a career. Read morePublished on May 17 2004 by A. Vegan
This game is just plain awesome. Tiger Woods game has become a cartoon. This game with the true swing, the courses, etc. etc. is simply the best. Read morePublished on April 16 2004 by "mkquigs"
I've found this game to be a blast. Not so hard that it becomes frustrating and not too easy so as to be meaningless. You learn a lot about golf too. Read morePublished on March 11 2004 by Robert Egelston
This game has bugs that will eat your stats and unlocked equipment, take your money away, and force you to do things you have allready done if you are unlucky enough to come across... Read morePublished on Feb. 29 2004 by David Lee Pierce
i hate video games.... but this game is totally addicting.i love it. you feel like you accomplished something and u can play online too and win more money and keep it in your solo... Read morePublished on Feb. 17 2004
Links 2004 has way too many goofy special effects. Also, the game is not challenging enough. You can pretty much just fire away at will and get a low score. Read morePublished on Feb. 14 2004