T&ESoft were famous for golf video games throughout the 3rd-6th generations of the industry. They published the gentlemen's game on pretty much every console, and represented courses like Waialae, Pebble Beach, and the home of the Masters, Augusta National. Yes, this game is a little slice of Georgia on the Super Famicom, and represents the first steps in generating a polygon-based, 3D golf experience on the home consoles.
Masters: Harukanaru Augusta 2 features variable weather conditions, sloping terrain, wind effects, and an intuitive yet unforgiving stroke mechanic that allows for spin control. Several modes such as tournament, stroke, match play, and training allow players to explore this historic course.