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    Don of NYC Respect Lvl 50 Stallyon's Avatar
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    tiger woods player style

    Hi,

    I've been playing Tiger Woods since it was first released and immediately set it to advanced level. One of the most frustrating elements for me is the ability (or inability) to hit straight shots constantly. I would make practice swing after practice swing and they would all hit between 98% and 106% perfectly straight but when I actually come to hit the ball sometimes it does go a bit wayward

    this did get me thinking though. for all you guys that play it - which style do you adopt

    Do you:
    • have it set to the basic wiimote setting? (all shots go straight)
    • have it set to the avanced wiimote setting? (shots could hook or slice)
    • have it set to the nunchuk setting?


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    I'm still finding it challenging enough on the easy level on the pro tour. Building up my stuff. However, using the pros is a bit too easy after some practice.

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    There is Easy, Normal, Advanced and Nunchuk.

    Easy - Straight
    Normal - Hook and Slice
    Advanced - Advanced (Somewhat unrealistic) Shot Shaping
    Nunchuk - Waste of Wii

    I use normal, it works for me. Advanced lets you shape your shot after hitting the ball, very unrealistic - I'd only use it in Skills 18 mode.

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