Defeat a golfer in the Tiger Challenge to unlock that person in other game modes.
Shoot a hole in one in the Tiger Challenge.
Shoot two consecutive eagles in the Tiger Challenge.
Shoot over twelve consecutive birdies in the Tiger Challenge.
Shoot six consecutive birdies in the Tiger Challenge.
Shoot four eagles in a round in the Tiger Challenge.
Eagle all par 5 holes in the game in the Tiger Challenge.
Hit all the fairways in a round in the Tiger Challenge.
Hit all the greens in regulation in the Tiger Challenge.
Hit a drive over 350 yards in the Tiger Challenge.
Sink a putt from over 55 feet in the Tiger Challenge.
Shoot under 60 in a round in the Tiger Challenge.
Tee off and hit a par 5 green in the Tiger Challenge.
Hit the pin in the Tiger Challenge.
Successfully complete all scenarios in the Tiger Challenge.
Successfully complete the Tiger Challenge.
Win first place in all tournaments in the Tiger Challenge.
Earn $50,000 with a created golfer to unlock the Princeville course.
Earn $200,000 with a created golfer to unlock the Black Rock Cove course.
Earn $400,000 with a created golfer to unlock the Royal Birkdale course.
When a level of the Tiger Challenge and another hole in Tiger's Dream Course will be unlocked.
Editing your bag can help you in tougher situations. Some players like to carry all four wedges to get more precision around the green, while others like to carry a plethora of woods or long irons to ensure they have the correct club when going for the green. Find out which clubs work best for you -- these may be different depending on the course you play.
This trick requires two steps. First, go to a scenario and edit your golfer. Go to "Edit Clubs" and replace your 3I, 9I, PW, and LW with your 5W, 7W, 1I, and AW. Go back and continue with the scenario. Once the scenario starts, quit. After quitting the scenario, restart the scenario and re-edit your golfer. Go to the "Edit Clubs" screen, but do not change anything. The screen will indicate that you are missing your 5W, 7W, 1I, and AW, but you are not. End the editing of your golfer and start the scenario. All eighteen clubs will now be in your bag. If you quit the scenario, all clubs will remain in your bag for whatever game mode you choose to go to next.
Hit the ball close to the hole where you can get a tap-in. When your player is tapping it in, push the "Replay" button until it replays your shot before that. If done correctly, it will take a stoke off of what you got. For example, if you tap it in on 5 it will only count 4 strokes.
Your shot selection is important. Choose from the following:
Approach: This shot sets up 1/2 to 3/4 pitch/chip swing with various wedges for a maximum distance of 60 yards. This shot selection is useful for short to medium range shots that need precision to place the ball onto the green with minimal roll.
Punch: This shot type gives the ball a low, boring flight trajectory. Because it travels less distance in the air, it minimizes the effects of wind and thereby leaves more room for roll after the ball hits the ground. This is a good shot for hitting under a tree or into a strong headwind.
Flop: This shot type gives the ball a higher trajectory and less roll. It is only available with your wedges. The maximum distance is 50 yards. This shot is used mostly to fly over obstacles like bunkers, bushes, or trees or shots that need loft to sit on the green and stick.