3 A bit DisappointingDiceDuP | 21/04/2011 | See all DiceDuP's reviews (8)In TW'11 I used to enjoy switching between 3click & stick control "on the fly" using 1 button, which was useful for putting. '12 forces you to go into the main menu each time. Box says "Additional 14 courses!" but you have to spend at least another 17 quid to get them via DLC. Not getting them results in you having to skip lots of events to progress.The facial features of every golfer is a step backwards from '11 aswell. Tiger Woods looks like he's had a massive botox injection in his lips, and his cheekbones look like he's had plastic surgery. Using photoface is also nothing compared to '11.Lots of commentary has been regurgitated from previous installments, but the presentation is at least improved.Now, onto the Caddie. this is a new implementation from EA but it needs a lot of work to get it how it should be. By that I mean a lot of work on YOUR part. Another reviewer states that the caddie gives you shots that aren't as good as you can pick yourself. For the first season this is definately true, and even some for the second. Persisting with the caddie and progressing unlocks a rating for your caddie per-course. When you achieve Bronze level, your caddie will start to pick better shots for you, and the higher levels results in him choosing even more shots that you might not consider yourself. Even in real golf caddies aren't the "be all and end all" and most golfers will only discuss distance, wind and a few other parts of how they should play a shot. They keep a history of their golfers shots for each course and remind the golfer what they did before. The caddie in your first couple of seasons will only be truly useful on the green. Some of the greens in the Augusta course are truly difficult to read, and your caddie will show you a fairly decent spot to aim at and what pace to use - this can save you a lot of focus if playing on pro or higher as you don't need to preview your putts as much.Now, the biggest fault for me is the 3-click mode. Using it in Amatuer mode is fine, but then you become "too good" and have to set the AI to "extremely low" scoring which becomes unrealistic when a four round tournament results in an AI achieveing -64 on tough courses. Anything less just results in you destroying the field every round. Pump up the difficulty level and the 3-click circle just becomes a lottery. You can just about keep control of the power easily, but the direction is a nightmare unless you pump loads of points into accuracy - and you won't get many points if you start as pro. Even worse, 3-click putting is almost impossible on pro or higher, and remember pro is only 1 step up from amatuer, and you have two higher difficulty levels after that!I give it 3 stars because, even though I paid the money for the DLC, the game is still fun online, and I am praying EA might patch the game to slow down the 3-click on pro - even a little bit!