Video Archives - Page 5 of 8 - The Golf Club
VIDEO – THE PUNCH SHOTJune 8, 2014 | hbdeveloper
The punch shot is when you change your stance and your swing in order to keep the ball on a much lower trajectory than normal. It is generally used when you are trying to keep the ball below something such … Read More
PLAYING IN A TOURNAMENTJune 8, 2014 | hbdeveloper
Competing in a Tournament in The Golf Club is a great way to increase the intensity. This video highlights how the Tournament feature works.
SETTING UP A TOURJune 8, 2014 | hbdeveloper
The Tour feature provides a great way to journey around the best courses and Tournaments The Golf Club has to offer, competing against other members to see who can come out on top across all conditions and environments. This video demonstrates … Read More
MULTIPLAYER PART 1: LIVE OR GHOST BALLSJune 8, 2014 | hbdeveloper
Online multiplayer play in The Golf Club is multi-faceted providing various ways that you are able to find a suitable opponent. In this video we demonstrate how the Live Ball / Ghost Ball system works.
VIDEO – CONTROLLING SHOT POWERJune 2, 2014 | hbdeveloper
This video for The Golf Club demonstrates how to control shot power using either the length of the backswing (how far you swing the club back) or the speed of the downswing (the actual swing to hit the ball).
VIDEO – THE CHIP SHOTMay 26, 2014 | hbdeveloper
Mastering the chip shot can save you shots from just off the green. Played with firm wrists and a putting-like grip, the goal is to get the ball briefly into the air before allowing it to land and run along … Read More
VIDEO – THE LIE OF THE BALLMay 19, 2014 | hbdeveloper
Just as it does when we are hacking our way around our local course, the lie of the ball heavily influences the reliability of the shot played in The Golf Club. If your ball ends up on the fairway, in … Read More
COURSE CREATOR VIDEO – CREATING A CUSTOM HOLEMay 14, 2014 | hbdeveloper
We felt it would be useful to demonstrate the creation of a hole from tee and green placement right through to the final touches of placing objects. If you turn up the volume it is actually quite a relaxing, 15 … Read More