There are 97 more medals to unlock in the co-op tour as two players take turns on a single stage to rack up the points. Should player one leave their partner with little to demolish, the objects that need toppling to earn a Smashdown bonus will be reset, making the higher medal targets easier to achieve, and alleviating some of the frustration of a poor first effort. Online options are limited to a simultaneous faceoff between up to eight players, with holes taken from a playlist selected by the host. To avoid delays, the slow-motion Danger Time feature is switched off, which is why it’s unwise to rely upon it too much in the singleplayer game. Should anyone take too long to tee off, they’ll automatically record a zero score for inactivity.