Fresh back from the hustle and bustle of MAGfest, Ed decided a great way to chill out would be to play some nice, relaxing golf games with his son Logan. Logan had some other ideas, though! He brought out some of the wackiest, craziest games to ever involve sinking a ball into a cup, and totally wowed Ed with their amazing soundtracks. Presented for your enjoyment, dear listeners, is a collection of tunes that will have you shouting “What the GOLF?”
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1 – “Lavatron 2” from Ribbit King (PS2, GC, 2003) By Yusuke Takahama
2 – “Space” from Golf With Your Friends (PC, 2017) by Kriss Wiltshire
3 – “Super Golfio” from What the Golf? (iOS, 2019) By Sune “Køter” Kølster
4 – “Barry Golf Medley” from Barry Bradford’s Putt Panic Party (Switch, 2019) by Levi Bond/dBXY
5 – “Course 2” from Crazy Zen Golf (Switch, 2019) Composed by Jan Grochowski
6 – “Space Valley” from Kirby’s Dream Course (SNES, 1994) composed by Hirokazu Ando
7 – “Golf Music 2” from Fun! Fun! Minigolf TOUCH (3DS, 2017) composed by Martin Schoeler