Golf
Copyright/Publisher: Yes! Software, Release Year: 1986, Genre: Golf, Number Of Players: 1 to 4

INTRODUCTION
A GAME OF FUN AND SKILL
FOR ALL THE FAMILY

Features:-
1 or 2 players
9 or 18 Hole course
Fairway, Rough, Green, Bunkers
Trees and Water Hazards.
Full on screen instructions.

All in REALISTIC FULL COLOUR
GRAPHICS

Loading GOLF.
The program is recorded on both sides of the
cassette and either copy may be loaded using
SHIFT RUN/STOP

COPYRIGHT 1986 YES! Software

This program may not be copied, hired out, lent,
printed or broadcast by any means without prior
written permission of the publisher.
The publisher will not be liable for any loss or damage
arising from the ise of, or inability to use, this
product

SLEEVE ILLUSTRATION
by Jonathan Nixon

INSTRUCTIONS
The course consists of 18 holes, each one randomly generated to give you a different game each time you play. On viewing the score card an option is given to end the game should you wish to play less than the full 18 holes.

Two types of course are available:
1) PAR 3 COURSE: Club selection is not available in this game. You will be allocated a 9 iron, sand wedge or putter depending on where your ball happens to be. All holes have a PAR value of 3.

2) NORMAL COURSE: Par values are 3, 4 or 5 and clubs can be selected from a full set of 14.

PAR: This is the normal score for a hole played correctly.

S: This is the stroke index. The holes are numbered on their relative degree of difficulty. The most difficult hole is numbered 1.

CLUB TYPES: On the next screen is given the sort of distances you might expect with each club, assuming you don't hit a tree or land in a pond etc.

N.B. The high numbered irons and the wedges will send the ball higher and are therefore better for hitting over trees!

CLUB DISTANCES
CLUB - YARDAGE
Driver - 250
2 Wood - 240
3 Wood - 230
2 Iron - 210
3 Iron - 200
4 Iron - 190
5 Iron - 175
6 Iron - 155
7 Iron - 140
8 Iron - 120
9 Iron - 110
Pitching wedge - 90
Sand wedge - 80
Putter - For use on the greens

SHOT SELECTION
Selection of club, direction and strength is made by pressing the SPACE key (if you go too far just keep pressing until you see your choice) - and then press RETURN.

The direction is selected in TWO parts:
1) a number 1 to 12 as on a clock
2) a number 0 to 9 being a fraction E.G. 2.5 will give a direction half way between 2 o'clock and 3 o'clock.

Strength can be any number from 10 (maximum) down to 1.

If you make a mistake simply press the funcion key f1 and start again.


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