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World Class Leader Board

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For System 6.x - System 7.0 - 7.6
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Now you have the opportunity to play the same courses that have challenged golf's greatest legends. World Class Leader Board features three famous 18-hole golf courses and each hole authentically reproduces the distance, traps, trees, rough, and water hazards of:

The fourth course, designed specifically for "World Class," is the "Gauntlet Country Club." Only those who have mastered the best courses in the world should expect to come close to par at "The Gauntlet."

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by vintagegeek - 2013, June 28 - 10:01pm

I uploaded a few more screen shots.
PS: It also has a Course Architect feature where can modify elements of the course and save as a new course

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by vintagegeek - 2013, June 28 - 9:35pm

Just had a blast playing this under MacOS7 in mini vMac. There's no manual. If you want to play here, are a couple instructions: When striking the ball there are two vertical sliders/measures that run when you click the "snap/power" area. The left bar is initiated when you click to begin your shot. It controls the power. I usually let it go all the way to the top (Full Power). Then the right bar starts running from top to bottom. This is your straight/hook/slice bar. To go straight you must click to stop the down bar at the "snap" line. If you stop early it will hook, too late it will slice. The Wedge is really the only club where I click to control how high the left power bar goes. Last thing. You can save a game. But to restore it you have to start another game, then go to the menu and click on restore.

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by slashlos - 2010, June 24 - 3:17am

OMG I played the PC version all the time; the download link is bad! Can anyone fix?

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by watchsmart - 2009, April 14 - 2:50pm

I was only able to get this one running in Mini vMac with System 6. The game did not work in Basilisk II with Mac OS 7.

Also: It seems to be maybe missing some files in the archive... some courses and the demo don't load, throwing up an error message about a missing file instead.

Also: this version doesn't include all the classic "RealSound" commentary of the DOS version (i.e. the eternally awesome "Looks like he hit the tree, Jim" and "Ooooooh, can't be too happy about THAT one.")

Edit: Replaced 'xxx 7' with 'Mac OS 7' - IIGS User