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Can You Beat Tiger at the U.S. Open?

June 17, 2009

Can You Beat Tiger at the U.S. Open?

Compete Against the Actual Leaderboard in the Upper Deck Challenge Featuring the 2009 U.S. Open

EA SPORTS invites you to take on Tiger Woods and the rest of the leaderboard for the 2009 U.S. Open at Bethpage Black as they grind it out to see who takes home the second major title of the year! Thanks to the new relationship with the United States Golf Association, during the week of the U.S. Open (June 18-21) golf fans can jump online and participate in the inaugural Upper Deck Challenge, featuring the 2009 U.S. Open, via the EA SPORTS Live Tournaments mode. So fire up your Xbox 360 or PLAYSTATION 3 console and tee it up to experience the all-new EA SPORTS Live Tournaments mode, which has been an overwhelming hit with longtime fans and newcomers to the Tiger Woods PGA TOUR franchise alike. You may just take home some authentic Tiger Woods memorabilia in the process.

The Upper Deck Challenge featuring the 2009 U.S. Open will include two levels to choose from – Amateur and Tour Pro, so there’s something for everyone! The Amateur division is for less experienced players who are looking to get a feel for the U.S. Open and the famous Bethpage Black course. For those looking for a real test of major-like conditions, they can select the Tour Pro division where you can win authentic Tiger Woods memorabilia provided by Upper Deck Authenticated. Visit for a full assortment of authentic Tiger Woods autographed memorabilia.

But if you want to compete with the real-world pro golfers, select Play the Pros mode and see if you can win bragging rights for beating Tiger’s score.

The all-new EA SPORTS Live Tournaments allows players to tee it up in daily and weekly tournaments. It also includes an innovative mode called Play the Pros where you can play alongside actually PGA TOUR pro scores during real-world pro tournaments.

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