SideViewGolf

SideViewGolf is a golf game with simple rules that you can enjoy like playing with puzzles.
It's free to play. (If you sign up, you can save the results of gameplay)

ver. -

Updated:2020/05/27

Number of holes playable: -

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Update & News

  • UPDATE

    Full screen display mode has been added.
    Please enjoy the game.

  • WEB

    Now you can change your leaderboard icon.
    (You can change the icon after you sign in.)

  • UPDATE

    SideViewGolf has been updated to Ver.0.1.4.
    - Leaderboard has been added.
    - A function that allows you to set your nickname when you sign in has been added.
    - New holes have been added. The total number of holes playable now stands at 80.

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How to Play

  • Pick the club you use from five types of golf clubs with different shot distances and heights.
  • Once you decide on a club, you can adjust the strength of your shot by holding the left mouse button. Then you release the button to hit the ball.
  • You can complete the hole if you get the ball into the cup with a certain number of strokes determined for each hole.
  • You lose when your ball goes out of the screen, or you exceed the specified number of strokes allowed.

Playable without signing in. If you sign in, you'll be able to continue playing the game where you left off.

You can sign in with your Twitter or Facebook account.
No email address required.

Golf Club Characteristics

  • Driver (1W): it is used for hitting the ball furthest.

  • Spoon (3W): the distance a 3W can carry is shorter than 1W. Still, it produces a powerful shot.

  • 5-Iron (5I): it hits the ball with a high trajectory. 5I is a very useful club.

  • Sand wedge (SW): it is useful to get the ball out of a sand bunker. It produces a short, high pitch shot, and it comes in handy when you want the ball you hit to land near.

  • Putter (PT): it is used on the putting green. It can get the ball rolling.

Understanding the Terrain

  • You complete the hole when the ball goes into the cup under the flag.

  • This is where the ball bounces and rolls well.

  • It is the lawn surrounding the cup. The ball bounces and rolls very well here.

  • This is where thicker, higher grass grows, and the ball does not bounce or roll well here.

  • It is an area filled with sand. The ball which lands on here won’t bounce or roll. Some golf clubs, such as 1W, 3W, and PT, do not work well.

  • It's a water hazard. If the ball lands in this area, the game is over.

Notation of Your Game Result

  • If you achieve a hole-in-one on that hole, you will receive three stars.

  • You will receive two stars for achieving a birdie or better.

  • Completing that hole even once will earn you a star.

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