Everyone loves competition, and the upcoming Tiger Woods PGA Tour 10 for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 will be bringing some brand-new ways to compete against friends (and strangers) online. Yesterday, at EA’s pre-E3 press event, the publisher showed off the new online tournament feature that looks set to be one of the centerpieces of the game’s online feature set. Online tournaments will come in three flavors in Tiger 10: daily, weekly, and play the pros. In all tournament modes, your goal will be to play and post the lowest round score possible to the online leaderboard. As the name implies, daily tournaments will last only 24 hours and will typically allow only one submission. On the other hand, weekly tourneys will last seven days, and like a PGA Tour event, they’ll typically involve entrants submitting four rounds of scores. The players with the best score at the end of a tournament will win purse money, much like real golfers do on the Tour. Those winnings aren’t just a measure of your skill as a golfer; they can also be spent to submit additional rounds to specific tournaments. For instance, let’s say you’ve already played and submitted a score… Read full this story
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