Compete in weekly golf tournaments with the best players in the world, showcase your amazing course designs, show off your latest on course highlight, or just be a part of our awesome community.
Establish your account and fill in the important information. Pay special attention to filling in your gamertag...it much match exactly.Create An Account
There is a lot of information to know and our Rules and Information is the place to learn it all. Give it a thorough reading.Read the Rules & Info
The first step in playing is to qualify for a tour. You can try to qualify every week until you earn a tour card.Register for Qualifying
Find and join the society in the game called TGCTours (Challenge Circuit). Play all rounds of your Qualifying Event and then check our leaderboard.Qualifying Leaderboard
The main tours are comprised of the Pro Tours (Platinum, Elite, Kinetic) and the Challenge Circuit (CC-A through CC-G). All of these tours play on the difficulty settings (Master's Difficulty) but with varying aids turned on or off depending on the level. Players can progess from one level to the next via promotions and demotions based on your play. Each tour plays one event per week. Only the tour for which you have a tour card will show your scores and count for your progress, but you can play the other events in game for fun.
To qualify for one of the main tours, you need to compete in the weekly Qualifying Pool. A limited number of spots become available and the best performers for that week of Qualifying will earn a tour card for the main tours. If you do not qualify, don't worry. You can try again the next week. In fact, you'll be automatically registered for the next Qualifying Pool until you either Qualify or opt out.
For those that do not wish to play on Master's difficulty, we have an additional tour called the Beer League. This tour is separate from the main tours and you can only participate in this tour by opting out of the main tours. This tour uses Pro difficulty.
Finally, we have one additional tour called the True Sim tour. This tour uses settings that are the most sim-like (no green grids, no wind meter, etc). Players may participate in one of the main tours and the True Sim tour simultaneously.