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John Daly's Prostroke Golf on PS3

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John Daly's Prostroke Golf is a Sporting game available on the PS3.

John Daly's Prostroke Golf is a Sporting game. Sports games recreate a wide variety of real life competitive activities. Depending on the sport, these will either have an action or strategy focus. Popular sports games are often released on an annual basis, each year the game receives new player rosters and game improvements.


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Tired Gamer review Thu, 16 Dec 2010

John Daly's Prostroke Golf PS3 is one of the most interesting, post-modern and dryly comic games i've played in years. even if you have no knowledge of or interest in golf, if you're a fan of fun, you'll definitely want to both read up on Daly and buy this game.

John Daly used to be known as the bad-boy of golf. he earned the (not always that good-humoured) nickname "Wild Thing" as a result of numerous blow-ups, walk offs and general examples of "poor form" on the course, as well as severe problems with alcoholism and a crippling gambling problem off it. he also used to wear quite garish trousers, which, at the time, really put some conservative noses out of joint on tour, let me tell you.
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Family Gamer review Fri, 15 Oct 2010

John Daly's ProStroke Golf matches Tiger Woods' Move controls, although sadly they both badly lag behind the Wii's golfing experience.

John Daly's ProStroke Golf brings some common sense to real swing golfing. But even its good planning and attention to delivery can't hide the fact that this is a game created on a limited budget.
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