PGA Tour Golf II is a golf simulation game developed by Polygames and published by Electronic Arts for the Sega Genesis in 1992. In North America, it was released as part of their EA Sports label. The game was later ported to the Game Gear in 1995, co-published by Time Warner Interactive.
The sequel to the Genesis version of PGA Tour Golf, PGA Tour Golf II builds on the original's three main courses (TPC at Sawgrass, TPC at Avanel, and PGA West Stadium) with three new courses: TPC at Southwind (located in Memphis, Tennessee), TPC at Eagle Trace (located in Coral Springs, Florida), and TPC at Scottsdale (located in Scottsdale, Arizona). It also features higher-quality graphics and a new game mode based on the PGA Tour's Skins Game event.
The new courses were later brought back to certain versions of the original game, with the Amiga version receiving these courses as an expansion disk (Tournament Course Disk) and the SNES version replacing the fantasy course with TPC at Eagle Trace.