Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11 Demo Tees Off On The PSN

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The Tiger Woods PGA TOUR 11 demo is now available on the PlayStation 3 via the PlayStation Network (PSN).  The demo allows you to participate in a fully customizable Ryder Cup match that includes three holes on Celtic Manor Resort, the world famous golfing venue and host venue for the 2010 Ryder Cup. Share the demo with those on your friends list, via Xbox LIVE and PlayStation Network, to earn in-game Experience Points (XP).

The demo is released just a few weeks before its North American release

Using the console messaging system, you can earn in-game XP for each invited friend and additional XP for each invited friend that downloads the demo.  The XP can then be applied to the full version of Tiger Woods PGA TOUR 11, when it launches on June 8th (North America) and July 2nd (Worldwide) to help boost your golfer’s skill attributes.

In addition to the Ryder Cup feature, the demo will include the ability to play three holes on the all-new Liberty National golf course.  As you hit the links, the all-new Shot Focus system allows players to make shot to shot decisions and offers a bit more risk/reward style of play. Shot Focus is used to provide that extra boost to the ball off the tee, increased spin during flight, the accuracy of your shot and, most importantly, putt previews. Once your Shot Focus has been depleted you will lose the advantage of those shot enhancements until it recharges.

Rory McIlroy playing at the Celtic Manor course which is featured in the demo

The Tiger Woods PGA TOUR 11 demo will also introduce True Aim – a new feature that brings a more authentic style of play and immersion onto the golf course. Traditional aiming methods have been replaced with yardage markers showing carry distance, and distance to targets. It’s up to you to select the right club and execute your shot. Just like in real life, once the ball leaves the club face, you’re on your own.

Tiger Woods PGA TOUR 11 is out on June 8th in North America and July 2nd for the rest of the world and is available on the PlayStation 3.

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