PGA Tour Golf is a golf simulation game developed by Sterling Silver Software and published by Electronic Arts for MS-DOS PCs in 1990.
The first in a long-running series of golf games released by Electronic Arts, PGA Tour Golf features official licensing with the PGA Tour organization and includes recreations of official Tournament Players Club courses, text commentary from featured professional golfers, and tournament statistics from real-life tournaments.
Along with three recreated U.S. courses (TPC Avanel in Potomac, Maryland, PGA West Stadium Course in La Quinta, California, and TPC at Sawgrass in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida), the game includes a fourth fantasy course (Sterling Shores).
It was ported to the Sega Genesis and to both Amiga and Macintosh computers in 1991, to the Super Nintendo Entertainment System in 1992, to the Sega Master System in 1993, and to the Game Gear in 1994. The SMS and GG versions were published by Tengen, while the Amiga and SMS versions were only released in Europe. An expansion pack for the Amiga version (known as the Tournament Course Disk) was released in 1992, including three courses added in PGA Tour Golf II. The SNES version was released as part of Electronic Arts Sports Network (EASN) and replaced Sterling Shores with TPC at Eagle Trace from PGA Tour Golf II.