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|imagecaption=Front cover to the game referencing the MS-DOS port.
 
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The information of this game's DOS port is scarce on the Internet, probably because of the game genre.
 
The information of this game's DOS port is scarce on the Internet, probably because of the game genre.
  
As of March 2020, the game can be found on the eXoDOS website.<ref>[https://exodos.the-eye.eu/public/eXoDOS/Games/Golf%27s%20Best%20-%20St.%20Andrews%20-%20The%20Home%20of%20Golf%20%281986%29.zip Download link from the eXoDOS website] Retrieved 05 Mar '20</ref>
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As of March 2020, the game can be found on the eXoDOS website.
  
 
==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==
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==External Link==
 
==External Link==
*[http://www.mobygames.com/company/1-step-software-inc Mobygames article on 1 Step Software Inc.] Retrieved 21 Jun '17
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*[https://exodos.the-eye.eu/public/eXoDOS/Games/Golf%27s%20Best%20-%20St.%20Andrews%20-%20The%20Home%20of%20Golf%20%281986%29.zip Download link of the game from the eXoDOS website.] Retrieved 05 Mar '20
  
 
==References==
 
==References==

Latest revision as of 00:43, 13 October 2020

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Front cover to the game referencing the MS-DOS port.

Status: Found

Date found: Unknown

Found by: eXoDOS

Golf's Best: St. Andrews - The Home of Golf is a golf simulator developed by 1 Step Software Inc. in 1986[1] for Apple II, Commodore 64 and DOS.[2]

Availability

The information of this game's DOS port is scarce on the Internet, probably because of the game genre.

As of March 2020, the game can be found on the eXoDOS website.

Gallery

Apple II gameplay.

External Link

References