Tiger Woods has previously taken you to the Ryder Cup, the PGA Tour and even the U.S. Open Championship on PlayStation 3. This time, you'll have to step up your game, as Tiger guides you to the prestigious Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club.
As an amateur golfer, the new career mode - Road to the Masters - challenges you to compete in tournaments and events, attend Qualification School and earn your PGA Tour Card on your way to one of the biggest golfing events of the year. Visit established courses such as Whistling Straits, Pebble Beach and TPC Sawgrass and play against other amateurs to improve your game, gain top sponsors and get a feel for competitive golf. Each round holds different aims and objectives that you must complete before you can take on the next challenge.
Another new addition to the series is your caddie. He'll help you read greens, suggest clubs and advise you on the best route to the flag. He'll also have some useful information on the course you're playing in his Caddie Book, which you can access at any time.
Outside of the career mode are other Masters-themed tasks for you to tackle. Masters Moments challenges you to recreate historic golfing moments from legends such as Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus and Gary Player - will you measure up? In Tiger at the Masters, the goal is to match the iconic golfer's scores from the years he won the competition - or even better them if you can.
Move like Tiger
For a truly authentic golfing experience, head to the course with your PlayStation Move motion controller. Use your motion controller as a golf club to recreate your swing in your own living room. Move around the course and select clubs with your wireless controller or PlayStation Move navigation controller.
Even the smallest movements are mimicked on-screen. Add left or right movement to your shot by rotating the motion controller slightly to adjust the club's angle, or control the power of your shot with the length of your backswing.
Take yourself even deeper into the game with the True-Aim feature. This gives you a first person perspective and allows you to look down over the ball before you hit it - just like a real golfer. The camera stays in this position so you can watch your ball sail into the distance, with minimal walking to your next shot.