CyberTiger is a golf simulation game developed by EA Redwood Shores and published by EA for the Sony PlayStation in North America and Europe on September 30, 1999.
A spin-off of the Tiger Woods PGA Tour series, CyberTiger features a more kid-friendly tone compared to most golf games at the time (similar to Mario Golf, released months earlier). Along with using pre-rendered 3D characters (instead of digitized actors, which were commonplace at the time), the game features bonus game modes and power-ups.
The game was later ported to the Nintendo 64 by Saffire on February 29, 2000. This version is unique and uses fully-rendered 3D characters. It also received a handheld version for the Game Boy Color by Xantera on November 2000, featuring two-player multiplayer via the system's link cable.
The game engine for the PS1 version was later used as the base for Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2000, also developed by the same studio.