A simple game that is a bit of a ripoff of 3M's Thinking Man's Golf, which had come out a few years earlier. The original version has color charts for different ranges of handicaps (scratch, 1-6 handicap, 7-11 handicap, etc.). I never understood why Sports Illustrated didn't do with this game what they did with their baseball, football and decathlon games and create statistically based charts featuring real pro golfers.
As much of a dexterity game as a sports simulation. It does provide some fun drama and can help the novice appreciate the art of lining up golf shots. Relatively easy to hit greens but I seem to always 2 putt at least for the scratch handicap golfer folder.
I have made so many house modifications for this that I can't properly rate it here. I have drawn new holes based on the classic designs (National Golf Links, Oakmont, St. Andrews, Shinnecock, Cypress Point) and have worked out some modifiers to take into account slope, blind shots, etc. I love it, but it's almost my own game now.