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Through the 1990s, EA Sports had its own PGA Tour series of golf games. Unlike many of their other sports series, it was being overshadowed by other golf games such as Sony's more arcade-like Hot Shots Golf franchise. In the late 90s, the decision was made to re-brand the PGA Tour series with Tiger Woods' name and likeness. In August 1998, the first game in this new series, Tiger Woods 99, was released. The following year, the "PGA tour" branding was re-instated with the release of Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2000. This naming convention has remained since, and has only been strayed away from a few times:

  • In 2004, the PC, Mac, GameCube, PS2, and Xbox release was called, true to the pattern, Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2005, but the separate game for the PSP and Nintendo DS was called Tiger Woods PGA Tour, again with no year attached.
  • In 2008, the Wii got its own separate version of Tiger Woods PGA Tour 09, called Tiger Woods PGA Tour 09 All-Play (all of EA Sport's 2009 franchises released on the Wii, including Madden, NBA Live, and others, were released under this "All-Play" moniker). This was the only year that the Wii got its own separate, differently named games in those franchises.

The franchise has been released on virtually every gaming platform since 1999, and has consistently been the best selling golf game since.

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