2K unveils exciting PGA Tour 2K23 Course Designer upgrades

Andrew Highton
overhead shot of tpc sawgrass in pga tour 2k23

PGA Tour 2K23 is set to iron out any kinks and present the most complete Course Designer package the franchise has seen to this point with flashy new upgrades and features.

Golf fanatics with a penchant for presentation and producing their own vision of what golf should be will be pleased to know that 2K has divulged information about the PGA Tour 2K23’s Course Designer tools.

They have revealed some exciting new changes regarding the ability to tinker with a course’s terrain, as well as discussed ways in which they’ve made the overall setup easier to use.

Not only that, but 2K has confirmed that over 300,000 unique courses were created by PGA Tour 2K21 users, and they will be transferable over to PGA Tour 2K23 too.

PGA Tour 2K23 Course Designer improvements revealed

With not long to go now until PGA Tour 2K23 makes its way out of the clubhouse and onto the first tee, 2K have explained what they’ve done to the popular Course Designer community game mode.

In a press release, as well as giving returning players the ability to transfer over any previously created courses from PGA Tour 2K21, 2K said they will also be: “Incorporating a selection of courses built by members of the community into the game at launch.”

There are also a bunch of creative functions and DIY tools for PGA Tour 2K23 players to get their hands on to shape their dream course.

This includes a refined and easier-to-use interface, greater accessibility when it comes to manipulating objects on your course, and a more streamlined system to decrease how finicky it can be to implement walls, fences, and terrain.

Additionally, the game’s array of trees have been rebuilt from scratch to improve their visual beauty and allow for a greater selection of nature’s finest to place on your golfing haven.

PGA Tour 2K23 looks to have all the goods in the bag and enthusiasts of the sport can hit the links on October 10, 2022, with Tiger Woods, Michael Jordan, and an overwhelming choice of the world’s greatest players.

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Andrew Highton is a former Games Writer for Dexerto. He has a Creative Writing degree from Liverpool John Moores University and has previously written for games websites such as Twinfinite and Keengamer. With 13,000+ PlayStation Trophies to his name, Andrew is a fan of a huge variety of video games, his favourites being God of War and Metal Gear Solid. Contact him at andrew.highton@dexerto.com, on Twitter @AndyHighton8 or at www.linkedin.com/in/andrew-highton.