As the all-time top coin-op video game, Golden Tee is found in more than 50,000 bars worldwide. But now, even regular Joes & Janes can play the way celebrities do, from the comfort and privacy of their own game rooms.
And how cool is this: with the Golden Tee 2013 Home Edition, he can play in high-def. The sleek, 39"H cabinet connects easily to his existing HDTV. Done playing? Simply unplug it and slide it out of the way. No small, blurry screen, no heavy, hulking cabinets.
The fully-equipped Home Edition comes with 40 courses, including the 5 spanking-new 2013 courses. It includes all the features Golden Tee fans insist on, including the ability to customize players (male and female) and to choose from a wide variety of club sets and balls. And just like real golf - Golden Tee is built for a foursome of players.
Yes, it’s the real deal. Players can make the same sophisticated moves—backspins, rolls, and fly-bys—as they do at their favorite watering hole. And there are two modes of play: regular golf or skins, as well as a unique Closest to the Pin party mode.
The cost for all this holiday joy: $3,495.
For more info on Golden Tee, visit www.home.goldentee.com.
For further information, contact Lekas & Levine PR, 847.327.9530, JoannePR@aol.com.