List of Mario Sports Games - Golf Games

Golf Games

Mario Golf is a sports video game series that was developed by Camelot Software Planning and published by Nintendo. This series introduced golf to the Mushroom Kingdom. It began on the Nintendo 64, with a second version for the Game Boy Color. Since then, there have also been releases of one game on both the GameCube and the Game Boy Advance. In addition, both NES Open Tournament Golf and Mario Golf for the Nintendo 64 have been re-released for the Virtual Console. The fifth installment will be released on the 3DS in the summer of 2013

The N64 and Game Boy Color versions can communicate each other via Transfer Pak connectivity, and the GameCube and GBA versions can do the same via the Nintendo GameCube-Game Boy Advance cable. Players can upload characters and data into the other game.


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Golf
1984 – Nintendo Entertainment System


NES Open Tournament Golf
1991 – Nintendo Entertainment System


Mario Golf
June 11, 1999 – Nintendo 64


Mario Golf
August 10, 1999 – Game Boy Color


Mobile Golf
May 11, 2001 – Game Boy Color


Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour
July 29, 2003 – GameCube


Mario Golf: Advance Tour
June 22, 2004 – Game Boy Advance


Mario Golf: World Tour
2014 – Nintendo 3DS


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