EA Sports PGA Tour has been delayed until Spring 2023

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If you were excited to get your hands on EA Sports PGA Tour, you are going to have to harness those feelings for at least another year. EA Sports PGA Tour announced on their official Twitter Page that the game would now be delayed until Spring 2023.

There have been no official reasons released as to why EA is pushing back the release date till Spring 2023. If anything, it gives EA more time to develop some of the games key features and to make sure that a release isn’t rushed.

Spring is when golf officially kicks off its major championship season, so the game’s delay means it will now release at the start of next year’s golf major championship season.

EA Sports PGA Tour has confirmed that it will include a plethora of new golf courses including all four of mens golf’s major championships. If those courses weren’t enough, there are plenty of more familiar courses coming into the game. According to the FAQ on EA Sports PGA Tour’s website, these familiar courses will be added into the video game.

  • Augusta National Golf Club
  • Pebble Beach Golf Links
  • Southern Hills Country Club
  • Kiawah Island Golf Resort’s Ocean Course
  • Torrey Pines
  • The Country Club in Brookline, Mass
  • The Old Course at St Andrews Links
  • Evian Resort Golf Club in Évian-les-Bains, France
  • TPC Southwind
  • Wilmington Country Club
  • East Lake Golf Club

These are some of the most famous golf courses scattered across the entire world. There will be no shortages of courses or things to do once the game is officially released. By having one full additional year before release, it gives EA much more time to get every little detail right and also has the chance to add any additional details that happen through the course of the 2022 golfing season.

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Golf fans can still get their golfing fix in by playing PGA Tour 2K21 in the meantime. However, it should be exciting when EA Sports PGA Tour finally hits the shelves as it will be the first time EA has released a golf video game since Rory McIlroy PGA Tour in 2015.