Play in The Masters with Worldwide Virtual Golf!

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  1. How The Tournament Works
  2. How To Sign Up
  3. How To Enter Your Scores

The Augusta Open

Test yourself on the course like never before. The 2016 Masters Tournament is right around the corner, and for the first time, you can test yourself against the Pros. offers users the power to play against anyone in the world, at any time, from any course, so why not play in the first Major of the year from your local club? The Augusta Open (what we call the Masters Tournament) is a “just-for-fun” tournament that allows you to compete head-to-head against the Pros, no matter when or where you play your round(s).

So sign up, tee off, and make sure you play your best game possible. Players’ scores only receive a small boost over the Pros, so don’t count on your adjusted WVG score to put you on top. Every shot counts, just like at Augusta National. The pressure is on.

How The Tournament Works

Once you sign up for the Augusta Open on the Tournaments page, you’ll be able to enter your golf rounds on the Scores page. The Augusta Open, just like it’s Georgian counterpart, is four days long. However, it’s up to you when and where you play, and even how many rounds you play. You can play a round of golf today, tomorrow, or any other day before the Masters Tournament ends. You can play on your local course, or at Augusta National itself. You don’t even have to play all four rounds, just enter your most recent score for each remaining day. But if you’re only going to play one round, it better be good! To make things more competitive, you will receive a small boost to your score (the Pros are pros for a reason!), but the Pros scores will be what you see on TV.

As the Pros get started in Georgia, their scores will be updated each day. On Thursday, your name will be placed on our Score Board, and the Pro’s scores and your position will be updated throughout play. After the last putt on Sunday, you’ll be able to see your final position in the tournament!

How To Sign Up

Sign up is easy, it’s only three steps! Just follow this quick guide:

1. Click this link to go to the Tournaments page on Worldwide Virtual Golf (you may need to sign in)

2. Under the Major/Pro Events section, click the “Sign Up” button

3. Check off the “Augusta Open” box, and click save

Congratulations! You’ve successfully entered yourself into The Masters Tournament! The next step is to play your round(s) and enter your scores on the Scores page before The Open ends.

How To Enter Your Scores

To Enter Your Scores, follow these quick steps

1. Click this link to go to the Scores pages on Worldwide Virtual Golf (you may need to log in)

2. Select “4/10/2016 (PRO)” from the top drop down box

3. Fill in the course information and your score and click Save!

Your first score is now entered! You’ll still need to enter in three more scores to make four days of play total, but you can enter the same score for as many as all four days if you prefer.

After the Pros finish at Augusta, check back on the Results page to see how YOU placed in the 2016 Masters Tournament! Just select “4/10/2016″ from the drop down menu, make sure “Pro” is selected from the Event drop down menu, and click ReCalculate. Good luck!


The Best Golf “Photoshop Battle” Pictures

A Photoshop Battle is a popular internet game where someone posts a real picture, usually of someone famous, and everyone else make funny edits. The results really have to been seen to be appreciated! In the slideshow below, you’ll find the most hilarious results from the Golf related pictures from If you’re inspired, fire up Photoshop and show us what you’ve got!

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Mission Hills Golf Club in Shenzhen, China – The Future of Golf?

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In stark contrast to our first Worldwide Virtual Tour post, we’re moving on from the poorest and most dangerous golf club in the world to the largest and richest club on the planet. Mission Hills Golf Club, located in Shenzhen, China, holds the Guinness World Record for largest golf club. With twelve courses and a total of 216 holes, the Chinese club surpasses the Pinehurst Resort by 72 holes. It’s courses are all designed by some of the greatest in golf: Jack Nicklaus, Vijay Singh, Nick Faldo, Ernie Els, Pete Dye, and others. The resort cost $1.5 Billion to design and build, and it’s still growing.

Check out this satellite image of the facility to get a grasp on how huge this place is:

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Golfing In The Future: 7 Innovations That Will Change The Game in the Near and Long Term

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Golf is probably the most innovative sport out there. No other sport involves so much gear and perfect practice. Every year, billions are poured into the research and development of balls that can fly farther, clubs that can hit harder, and tools that will make golfers’ swings perfect. As a result, golf is constantly on the cutting edge of technology, fueled by new advances and crazy ideas. Here are some predictions of what you might see on the course in the future. Some of these innovations already exist, but aren’t commonplace yet, while others probably won’t pan out for quite a while. Let us know your golf predictions in the comments!

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Innovative Golf Website Puts A Futuristic Spin On Your Typical Round

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Since the advent of metal woods, the game of golf has been saturated with countless technological innovations. From balls that fly further, to clubs that are more forgiving, the golf industry is obsessed with helping golfers remove a couple strokes off their scores, but nothing really adds to the golfing experience…

That’s what Worldwide Virtual Golf promises to do. The free website gives golfers the power to compete head to head, even on separate days and from different courses.

It Takes Your Typical Round Of Golf And Adds Real Competition

Golf Tournaments are long overdue for a 21st Century update. When you sign up for, you are connecting with golfers from around the world, no matter when or where you are playing. So now, every time you head out to the course, you could be competing against friends in other cities and states, or against golfers from across the globe.

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Worldwide Virtual Tour – The “Other” Open: Golf in North Korea

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The Worldwide Virtual Tour, from, highlights the world’s most interesting courses and individuals.

Last month, Jordan Speith, Bubba Watson, Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, and the other 148 of the world’s top golfers began the Open Championship. The Open is one of the most prestigious events in the world, and is played on one of the oldest and most historic courses, The Old Course at St. Andrews. The broadcast was watched by millions worldwide and the winner, Jason Day, is considered among the greatest of the greats.

But on the other side of the world, there exists another Open Championship. Cameras wont broadcast it, and you’ve never heard of any of the golfers in this tournament. It’s called The DPRK Amateur Golf Open, and it’s North Korea’s only yearly golf competition.

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Worldwide Weekly Tournaments – How Do They Work?

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Test yourself on the course like never before. Worldwide Virtual Golf (WVG) makes tournaments from across the globe possible. Every week, the site hosts the Worldwide Tournament that allows users to compete in a single global tournament against other WVG members. Any member can participate, and their rounds can be played from any course and on any day they choose. Our advanced algorithm will factor out course difficulty, so players’ WVG Handicap scores represent only their golf skills and how they played during that particular round.  So sign up, tee off, and make sure you play your best game possible. Every shot counts, the pressure is on.

The best part is, membership for Worldwide Virtual Golf is completely free for the rest of the 2015 year!

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