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After a bit of a lean spell in terms of decent golfing games – in fact, it’s really only been the brilliant The Golf Club series that has kept things rolling, golf will soon be back big time, with 2K getting right behind the launch of PGA Tour 2K21. One of the most exciting prospects with this is the promise of a player roster chock full of PGA Tour pros – and right now we’ve got the full list of those included.

PGA Tour 2K21 will be coming to Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch, PC and Google Stadia on August 21st 2020, allowing golf fans the opportunity to not only hit some of the best courses in the world, with some of the most well-known licensed gear available, but to also prove their skills against the best of the best – the PGA Tour pros.

Headlined by PGA Tour 2K21 cover athlete Justin Thomas, we find a roster of 12 real-deal PGA TOUR pros who will challenge players as they attempt to master their million-dollar swings and capture the FedExCup title.

That roster has been revealed in full today as with Justin Thomas accompanied by a wide range of player. The full line-up is as follows…

  • Cameron Champ;
  • Bryson DeChambeau aka “The Scientist”;
  • Matt Kuchar aka “Kuch”;
  • Kevin Kisner aka “Kiz”;
  • Gary Woodland aka “G-Dub”;
  • Billy Horschel aka “Billy Ho”;
  • Ian Poulter aka “The Postman”;
  • Tony Finau aka “Big Tone”;
  • Jim Furyk aka “Mr. 58”;
  • Sergio Garcia;
  • Patrick Cantlay.

Set to provide a brand new broadcast style presentation, top quality visuals, cutscenes to increase the immersion and hot commentary calls, if you’re looking for a new golf game to challenge the best, then what 2K are promising with PGA Tour 2K21 on Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch, PC and Google Stadia should be acknowledged. Will it have enough to become one of the best golfing games on the planet? Quite possibly, but we’ll only find out this August. In the meantime, let us know what you think of this roster reveal. Are your favourites in place?

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