We may still be a few months away from the release of PGA Tour 2K21, but there is plenty of details surrounding the new game.
So let’s get into the nitty-gritty, what courses will be on the brand new 2K title?
As shown in the teaser trailer, The Players Championship at Sawgrass will feature in PGA Tour 2K21.
In the full trailer we saw a whole range of courses and tournaments feature, these were:
- Zurich Classic of New Orleans – TPC Louisiana
- John Deere Classic – TPC Deere Run
- 3M Open – TPC Twin Cities
- Tour Championship – East Lake Golf Club
- Valspar Championship – Copperhead Course at Innisbrook
- Valero Texas Open – TPC San Antonio
One of the official screenshots for PGA Tour 2K21 features the Scottsdale Open in Arizona, confirming another course.
PGA tour 2K21 will feature a whopping 15 real, licensed courses in the game! So there’s going to be plenty of variety to keep players entertained for days to come!
Possible courses and tournaments
Headline act PGA Championship, cover athlete Justin Thomas‘s only major, is likely to feature, taking place at TPC Harding Park.
The already confirmed Tour Championship makes up one-third of the FedEx Cup Playoffs, with the tournament one of the key events on 2K’s new title.
Expect the other two courses, The Northern Trust at TPC Boston and the BMW Championship at Olympia Fields Country Club to join it.
Despite this being a 2K title, it has been developed by HB Studios, who brought us The Golf Club 2019.
That title may have only had six courses, but it also included the FedEx St Jude Classic at TPC Southwind, and TPC Summerlin – home of the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open.
2K has stated 15 real-life courses will be in the game, meaning that we are still clueless over four or more tournaments on the game.
We hope 2K is keeping its cards close to its chest and has some huge course and tournament reveals in the next three months ahead of release.
The first courses on the wishlist would be the home of the other three majors, alongside the PGA Championship.
The Masters has been delayed until November, but it is the most famous golf tournament so it would be great to see the Augusta National Golf Club in 2K21.
This year’s Open Championship has been cancelled which was due to take place at Royal St George’s Golf Club in England.
The Masters may be the most famous tournament, but perhaps the Old Course at St. Andrew’s in Scotland is the most famous course, playing home to the Open 29 times.
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As for the final major, the US Open will be held at Winged Foot Golf Club in New York in September.
The Ryder Cup
We can only hope that the golf tournament like no other, the Ryder Cup, will appear in PGA Tour 2K21.
Given there are only 11 professional golfers on the game, and you can’t play as them, it seems unlikely the classic Europe vs USA battle will be in the game.
This year’s tournament takes place at Whistling Straits in Wisconsin.
None of the confirmed tournaments thus far are outside the US, and with 2K wanting to sell the game globally, we could see iconic courses from around the globe.
We’ve put together a wishlist of courses from each of the six continents:
- Cabo del Sol – Los Cabos, Mexico
- Olivos Golf Club – Buenos Aires, Argentina
- Royal County Down – Newcastle, Northern Ireland
- Leopard Creek – Malelane, South Africa
- Hirono GC – Hyogo, Japa
- New South Wales GC – Sydney, Australia
Returning from the Golf Club 2019, you will have the ability to create your own course on PGA Tour 2K21.
With the ability to upload to and download from the community, perhaps iconic courses like St Andrew’s or Augusta could be produced from fans around the world.
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