The PGA has created a new augmented reality (AR) game app for kids

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While Safari Par-Tee is aimed toward youth golfers (it even features very cutesy animal avatars), its AR capabilities will likely make it a draw for parents and older family members to join in as well. The game has a number of multiplayer options, allowing players to match with other local players in real-time, or connect with specific players over WiFi The game also allows players to hold communal scoring contests with multiple rounds and different clubs. For players who are new to golf, the game introduces them to the fundamentals of the game as well as the various styles of play. The game features three different terrains, all with different obstacles and objectives.

Thanks to the same technology that powers Niantic’s Pokémon Go, young golfers can now convert their actual surroundings into a digital putting green. Safari Par-Tee, a new augmented reality mobile gaming platform accessible on iOS and Android, was revealed today by the PGA Jr. League. Trigger, the app’s creator, used Niantic’s Lightship SDK for AR apps to create it. Players may turn their physical area into an interactive golf course by scanning it with their smartphone.


  • Given that the world of golf video games has plenty of options geared to adults (such as PGA TOUR 2K21, Tiger Woods PGA Tour and the recently delayed EA Sports PGA Tour), a free entry for kids seems like a refreshing change of pace. Safari Par-Tee is now available to download on either Apple’s App Store or the Google Play store.


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