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Box artwork for Golf US Course.
Box artwork for Golf US Course.
Golf US Course
Year released1987
System(s)Family Computer Disk System
Preceded byGolf Japan Course
Followed byMario Open Golf
SeriesMario Golf
Japanese titleゴルフ US コース
ModesSingle player, Multiplayer
LinksGolf US Course ChannelSearchSearch

Golf US Course was the sequel to Golf Japan Course for the Family Computer Disk System, part of a series of golf games that were the forerunners to the Mario Golf series. Despite not containing Mario's name in the title, it prominently features Mario in both the game and on the cover artwork. The second player is represented by Luigi. Mario is given a slight change of costume for this game, and a new "3-D" view is debuted. This game was developed by Nintendo and published on a blue disk (as opposed to the traditional yellow) on June 14, 1987. The game featured a "disk fax" feature which allowed players to send their rankings to Nintendo, and a prize was awarded to the best players.

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