Midi Golf Instructions
Midi Golf is controlled by using the mouse. Move your mouse to control the angle of your shot. Hold the mouse putting to power your stroke and release to hit the ball. The mouse is also used to interact with the game's interface and select clubs.
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Midi Golf Walkthrough
Midi Golf is a semi-realistic golf game that focuses on the short game. Midi Golf features simple controls, beautiful graphics, and eighteen challenging holes.
Just like in real golf, the objective of Midi Golf is to get the ball into the hole in as few strokes as possible. The rules of the sport apply in this golf game, and hitting the ball into the water will invoke a penalty stroke and you will be forced to take a drop behind the water hazard. Hitting the ball out of bounds does not cause a penalty; instead, the ball will simply bounce off of the edges of the screen.
Midi Golf is controlled by using the mouse. To aim your stroke, simply move your mouse in the direction that you want the ball to go. To power your stroke, click and hold the left mouse button. The longer you hold the button, the farther your backswing will be and the harder you will hit the ball. Release the left mouse button to hit the ball.
Despite the fact that the first stroke on each hole of this golf game is from the "tee", Midi Golf focuses on the short game, which is chipping and putting. It follows that you only need two clubs, the chipper and the putter. If you want to get distance and loft, it is best to chip. If you are on the green or the fringe of the green, and there are no hazards or obstacles between you and the hole, then it is best to putt. The most appropriate club is automatically selected for you, but if you wish to change clubs manually, you may do so by clicking the "Putt" or "Chip" buttons below the course to select the putter or chipper respectively.
Midi Golf does a fair job at representing the short game of golf, but there are some unrealistic things in this golf game. Firstly, the greens have no slope. Instead, the wind effects both chipping and putting. Second, in the real game of golf, there are no invisible barriers for your ball to bounce off of. If you go off of the course in real life, you will have to take an out of bounds penalty. Lastly, as is the case in many Flash golf games, you are allowed to chip on the green.
Midi Golf is a challenging and relaxing golf game that casual gamers will enjoy. If you are an avid golfer, some of the unrealistic properties of Midi Golf may upset you, but overall, it is still a great golf game experience.