It was recently announced on Twitter that we’re going to finally see which courses made the cut in PGA Tour 2K21.
We’re super excited to see which iconic golf courses will be making their way to the game, and we’ll be updating this page with all the latest as it comes in.
Here’s what we know so far!
PGA TOUR 2K21 Courses
So it looks like tomorrow is going to be the day that we start to get our official confirmed list of courses.
It’s not yet known if they will release all the courses which made it to the game in one go.
They may make the announcements over a stretch of days, as they did with the confirmed pro golfers in the game.
READ MORE: Confirmed Golfers for PGA Tour 2K21
What do we know so far?
We no know that the game will feature 15 licensed golf courses. Thanks to real-world scanning, 2K’s golfing sim has seemingly been able to capture these courses in amazing accuracy.
The trailer also gave us a glimpse of some recognisable grounds, which will likely feature in the game. These included:
- 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
PGA Tour 2K21 will be available to play on Friday, 21 August 2020.
If you fancy guaranteeing your copy when it comes out, pre-orders are now available.
Head over to our pre-order guide to find the best version for you, and check out some of the awesome pre-order bonuses on offer.
READ MORE: Pre-order and Editions Guide – PGA Tour 2K21
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