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Fuji Golf is a golf simulation developed for Windows 3.1. Players hit the ball through 18 holes at the Fuji golf course and compete against 40 computer opponents in each game. Players carry a 13-club bag including three woods, seven irons, two wedges, and a putter.
The computer automatically defaults to a certain club depending on the distance of the hole relative to the player. Should the player choose to do so, he/she can change the club. To hit the ball, players use the mouse to click on the "Backswing" button and watch the power meter move up. Once the power meter is near the top, players click the mouse again as the Backswing button now says "Hit Ball." A wind meter sits in the lower right corner of the screen, allowing players to judge the path the ball will travel.
Wood, iron, and wedge shots are handled in the same manner. Putting requires players to take some strength off of the ball. After each hole, the computer makes a comment on the player's performance. Some comments are positive. Some are negative. The difference lies in the number of strokes the player took during the hole.
Fuji Golf is for one player only. ~ Anthony Baize, All Game Guide