Tiger Woods is a god among golfers - able to drive the ball further, putt better and look cooler than anyone else in the world. Electronic Arts has taken this golfing guru and digitized him into the Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2004 video game for the computer. They've even put together a free PC game demo and we have the info on how you can download it, right here!
Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2004 Golfing Video Game Info
Ok, so there's Tiger Woods, golf clubs, golf balls and a whole lot of grass. What else does this game do? Well, it lets you take to the courses and play golf either as Tiger Woods - with you playing through the holes with his crazy golfing skills. Or, you can play against the Tiger and try to beat his best score. Plus, you can play online, build your own pro golfer and create your own courses with EA's course architect!
Downloading EA's Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2004 PC Video Game
Before you can tee off with Tiger Woods, you'll need to follow these step-by-step instructions to download the free game demo. Here goes:
1.Click Here to head to the Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2004 game download page.
2. Down the page you'll see a Download the Demo link - click it.
3. A popup will come up that gives you all sorts of info about the demo and warns you that if something breaks, you're out of luck.
4. Click OK and you'll start to download the game demo, it's 99MB so it's going to take a few minutes to download. Take your golf cart for a spin around the sand trap a few times, or maybe splash through the water hazards while the file downloads.
5. Once the file has downloaded, double-click it to unzip it to begin installing the game.
6. Once Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2004 has installed - tee off!
Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2004 Game Requirements
Windows 98/ME/2000/XP, 500Mhz CPU, 128MB RAM, 8x CD-ROM, 1.3 Gigs of HD space and a 16MB Video Card.
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