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.

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