Free Xbox One And PC Game: The Golf Club 2019 Now Available For A Limited Time

For a limited time, you can play 2K's licensed PGA Tour game on Xbox One and PC for the low price of $0.00.

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The professional golf game The Golf Club 2019 Featuring PGA Tour is now free on Xbox One and PC, but only for a limited time. You can grab the game for free right now on either platform's store.

Once downloaded, you can play as much as you want until May 13 on Xbox One and through May 14 on Steam. You can find download links here: Xbox One, Steam. More specifically, the free play period ends at 11:59 PM PT for Xbox One on May 13 and 9:59 AM PT on May 14 for PC.

Progress carries forward for those who decide to buy the game after the free promo period.

Developed by HB Studios, The Golf Club 2019 Featuring PGA Tour is a sequel to The Golf Club 2 that features the PGA Tour license for the first time. This brings a number of real-world Tour courses to the game, including TPC Boston and TPC Sawgrass, while the game has a course-editor, too. There are no player likenesses, however, so you can't tee it up as Tiger Woods or any other real-world player.

The Golf Club 2019 Featuring PGA Tour scored an 8/10 in GameSpot's review. Other reviews were mostly positive as well, but you should know that this is a challenging golf sim, not an arcade game. 2K is offering up the game for free as part of its Give Back Project.

The series is published by 2K, and the franchise will continue with a new installment called PGA Tour 2K21. 2K recently released a teaser trailer for this game, while the full reveal is coming on May 14.

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