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Links 2003 Courses 2 Game
and of course, links 2003’s major new feature is the addition of a course designer. there’s a free version of the course designer that’s worth trying first. at least, that’s the notion the developers are taking with their 2003 edition. we’ll have to see how it fares before passing judgment.
links 2003 includes more than 20 distinct courses, ranging from full-fledged layouts to simple, short, and narrow par-3 layouts. the game also comes with a terrain editor that you can use to create your own courses, but the process isn’t easy. you’ll need a computer-aided drafting (cad) program, such as adobe acrobat reader, to draw lines and circles, though.
as a rule, links 2003 courses are not laid out in a way that resembles the real world. in most cases, they’re not well-mapped out, and the number of trees and other obstacles in the course is usually much higher than what you’ll find in the real world. but the number of different objects used to create the course, the number of different types of natural and artificial obstacles, the variety of environments you’ll find within the courses, and the sheer beauty of the visual effects are simply stunning.
and no, the courses aren’t hand-drawn. even with multiple greens, the courses don’t always retain the same identity. at the same time, you’ll find that certain courses are more difficult than others, which certainly adds a layer of challenge. what is interesting is that there’s an extremely high level of diversity in the courses we played, with so many different types of environments, objects, and layouts.