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EA Sports PGA Tour: New Career Mode and Courses

EA Sports has always been at the forefront of innovation and discovering new ways to real-in the next generation of fans. This becomes most evident when looking at their latest EA Sports PGA Tour installment, with the major gaming franchise set to release in Spring 2022. 

With the Golf season in full swing, it’s time to take a look at what we know so far on the upcoming release of the EA Sports PGA Tour—starting with the changes made to some of the course selections, as well as the new and improved Career Mode. 

EA Sports PGA Tour New Career Mode and Courses

One of the glowing features added to EA’s golf revival is the addition of the famous Torrey Pines golf course, host of the 2021 U.S. Open. It is exciting news for golf gamers as this will be the first time any video game will feature the popular host course. 

However, this is not the only popular course set to take the stage, with The Country Club in Brookline, Massachusetts (host of 2022 U.S. Open) is also projected to be featured. The Country Club is one of the five founding members of the USGA. EA is also the exclusive home to 4 other major championships, including The Masters, The PGA Championship, The U.S. Open, and The Open Championship. 

Another highly-anticipated addition to the variety of features is the new and improved changes made to the EA Sports PGA Tour Career Mode. The brand new Career Mode in EA Sports PGA Tour is filled with elite gaming features and gives us the return of amateur events in Career Mode. These amateur events present the perfect way to grow your player’s skills while getting to experience some authentic, real-life golf courses. 

Some of these amateur courses include the U.S. Amateur Championship and the Player’s Championship, and FedExCup Playoffs. With some of golf’s grandest events set to take place over the coming months, it’s only a matter of time before we find out the rest of the EA Sports PGA Tour details. 

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