There are high hopes for The Golf Club 2019 Featuring PGA Tour. Not only because the series as a whole has slowly got better and better with every version, but now that Luke Elvy is firmly encamped on the commentary side, it should be as much a pleasure to listen to as it will be to play!

HB Studios have announced that for the first time in the history of the franchise, we will be hearing the tones of a professional world renowned broadcaster play commentary to all of our birdies, pars and mis-hits.

With an all-new PGA Tour Career Mode included (something which has obviously ensured that The Golf Club 2019 comes with a super long title), we will hear Australian Luke Elvy adding his supporting commentary, utilising all his expertise from 20 years in the game.

About Luke Elvy

Luke Elvy is a veteran broadcaster of almost 20 years. The Australian started in media in 1994 as a cadet reporter for The Sydney Morning Herald and moved across to Television in 2000 to coincide with the Sydney Olympics. After a decade with Fox Sports, Luke became the front man for golf where he anchored Australia’s biggest events alongside Ian Baker-Finch. A few years after he made the transition to the PGA TOUR where he commentates on between 15-20 events annually with CBS, Sports, Sky Sports, PGA TOUR LIVE & Radio.

Teeing off in August 2018, The Golf Club 2019 Featuring PGA Tour will also come complete with six stunning replicas of some of the most iconic courses from around the world – Summerlin, Scottsdale, Sawgrass, Southwind, Deere Run and Boston, all as HB Studios continue to support the golf videogame community by adding authentic tournament courses and ensuring the best possible play experience for fans of the sport.

If you’re looking for an excuse to go and ruin a good walk, then The Golf Club 2019 Featuring PGA Tour will surely be right up there with the very best golf games currently available.

Will you be grabbing your clubs and heading on out to the course? Let us know in the comments.

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