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Links Championship Edition (aka Links 2001)

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Links_CE_Disc1.toast_.sit (523.99 MB)
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For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
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For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
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For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
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For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
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Links_CE_1.0.4_Updater.sit (2.28 MB)
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For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
Emulation
Guides on emulating older games

This is an expanded Mac version of the Windows game Links 2001. It contains 4 previously unreleased courses (Oakmont Country Club, the Royal Melbourne Golf Club, the Frankfurter Golf Club, and the Robert Trent Jones Trail - The Judge Course at Capitol Hill), as well as the original 5 courses, and the 4 courses from the Windows Links 2001 Expansion Pack. It also includes a Course Designer, which is a full 3D editing application that lets players create their own courses, and a Links Course Converter, which lets users of many earlier Links games import their older courses (Adapted from MobyGames & the official press release).

Green Dragon Creations' postmortem called this "the most difficult conversion we have ever worked on."

Also part of the Links series: Pro, LS, 5-Course Libraries, LS 2000

Compatibility
Architecture: PPC PPC (Carbonized)

PPC G3
Mac OS 9/Mac OS X
64 MB RAM (OS 9), 128 MB RAM (OS X)
8 MB VRAM
800 x 600 display
Thousands of colours

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by HughMungus - 2020, June 14 - 5:32am

have zero experience with golf sims (Is this considered a simulation?) but this seems very interesting with pretty good graphics for the time. Think I've found a new genre to explore-thanks!