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Training-maps please !

Discussion in 'Comments & Suggestions' started by JaFO, May 13, 2004.

  1. JaFO

    JaFO bugs are features too ...

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    I want to be able to practice my shooting & putting without playing the entire course ... :)

    It probably could become a gametype of its own ;)
     
  2. LP

    LP *wants to be your friend*

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    pitch and putt would be fun
     
  3. Mr.Mitchell

    Mr.Mitchell New Member

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    May you can make a tutorial level which also explains the markers and what to click in what order to hit the ball, since most people don't read the manual.
     
  4. [CD]Icedude

    [CD]Icedude Hurf da Durf

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    yes, a driving range would be nice :)
     
  5. Spielberg

    Spielberg sarcasta

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    One problem that multiple groups playing on one server poses is course backup. Two groups can't play on the same hole at the same time. This is an issue that, to my knowledge, no golf game has had to deal with before. One of the features we're planning on having for this situation is a driving range where you can practice your shots while you're waiting for another group to move off a hole.
     
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