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Oakmont 2007 Golf Course Information
Oakmont 2007 by: Hyno Designs 
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File Size: 7.94 MB Game: Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2007
Released: Mar 1 07 @ 11:37:48 PM Views: 35,881
Downloads: 5,979 Yardage: 7,308
Course Type: Real Par: 70
Player Comments about Oakmont 2007
General Member raylloyd7
United Kingdom
Posted: Monday, May 23, 2022 @ 1:44:15 PM at | IP Logged

Runs very well on TW 08 as well as TW 07 , many thanks for sharing another fun rendition of a great course.

General Member tripel43
Posted: Thursday, August 17, 2017 @ 5:16:56 PM at | IP Logged

Annoying greens, not a glimpse of whatever kind of liquid...
Give my part to Fikkie the dog (Dutch expression)

General Member Deepblue
Posted: Saturday, June 18, 2016 @ 8:23:46 PM at | IP Logged

Just played this design - very well done. Greens are where this course really shines. Need to have your putter on its A game. Loved it. Well done!

General Member drau
Posted: Friday, November 21, 2008 @ 6:34:03 PM at | IP Logged

Really good work!
The course was really hard especially the greens and its elevations. ifu miss a putt the ball just continue roling up to 15 feet by the hole. Got 11 over par when playin on really hard winds. Stay out of the rough!

General Member loveclose
United Kingdom
Posted: Friday, August 24, 2007 @ 8:36:07 AM at | IP Logged

Works fine for me so far - nice work!

General Member Avenged1337
United States of America
Posted: Sunday, June 17, 2007 @ 3:01:19 PM at | IP Logged

delete the cls if it keeps crashing

General Member Simbalaz
United States of America
Posted: Saturday, June 16, 2007 @ 3:09:24 PM at | IP Logged

Played the course a half dozen times or so then crashed to desktop every try ther after. Talked to six people since yesterday with the same problem. I tried uninstalling then reinstaling. Same problem. Tried a fresh MyZip download. Same problem. I finally uninstalled all custom courses and reinstalled and it works fine now. Used CLSetup to install/uninstall. Library compaibilty issue? I really like the course Intermediate, dry and difficult pin placement. Very challenging. Its just hard to find someone to play that doesnt crash.

General Member TM6010
Posted: Monday, June 11, 2007 @ 11:03:04 PM at | IP Logged

Wow...just compared to the official US Open site here : ...what can someone say : fantastic work Hyno , thanks a lot !

General Member Croadie24
Posted: Tuesday, June 5, 2007 @ 12:24:38 PM at | IP Logged

Ive never commented on a course before but after 4 holes i had to get out the game and congratulate you on a fantastic effort. I am not sure whether this resembles the real course at all but my god is it a fun course to play. Such a shame that settings cant be locked to make everyone play it the way it was meant to be played . . . . . . . very carefully

General Member Hyno Designs
United States of America
Posted: Friday, March 9, 2007 @ 11:23:04 AM at | IP Logged

Let’s keep this in check, this is not some super fictional version of Oakmont. Each shape was carefully created to match the real course, and that goes for all 200+ Bunkers. Of course their are a few Hyno add ons. This course is not much different than the course that was released by Microsoft for Links 2004. The two main differences being, Oakmont 2007 was updated to reflex some of the changes the USGA made to the layout, and the course was created on a different platform. When this course was orginally created, it was a frame by frame copy of the 2004 Links X-box course. Oakmont, works for what it was created as, a US Open Simulation for a video game.

General Member eppiedad
United States of America
Posted: Wednesday, March 7, 2007 @ 4:36:00 PM at | IP Logged

I agree with Ray! I dont know if the specs are perfectly correct on this course and i dont really care!
I really enjoyed playing it and thought it was well designed! I appreciated the work and effort that goes into creating these courses!

General Member Rayfeb09
United States of America
Posted: Tuesday, March 6, 2007 @ 7:18:30 PM at | IP Logged

Another outstanding course, keep up the good work. By playing this course is the closest thing I will get to playing the real thing, so the elevations to me are great. I have never designed a course, let alone a real one, but I would think it would be totally not able to get a course to be perfect anyway. So, Im glad you did this one, so we can use it on our Tours at Worldfriends Tours. Thanks and look forward to maybe Royal Troon and some of your others that you designed in the past. Thanks again.

General Member Joe Wells
United States of America
Posted: Tuesday, March 6, 2007 @ 4:41:03 PM at | IP Logged

The only way I can see hole #2 being 440 yards was if they put the tee on the other side of the turnpike and have players drive over the road. I honestly dont think there is 100 yards behind the current tee location to the road. At most, its about 50 yards. When I played there, I saw no sign that they were building a teebox anywhere near the first green (which is where it would have to go). I imagine it doesnt take long to build a teebox so they could have been planning to put one in over the winter and spring to have it ready for the Open.

General Member Hyno Designs
United States of America
Posted: Tuesday, March 6, 2007 @ 12:50:27 PM at | IP Logged

Joe, I never played Oakmont. The elevations were based on 2 things, the old maps per their website, and the Oakmont course from the Links 2004 X-box. If you can get a hold of the Micro Soft X-box Links game, that is were the basis for the elevation came from. It was just guess work. I kind of figured that the course was more hilly. I did Play St. Clair CC in the State Open, a few years back. The elevations were crazy on that course. I kind of figured Oakmont had a bid more elevations to it. If you want me to send you the TCA file, maybe you can do the elevation work since you know it. I understand after the US Open, it will be easier to see the areas that are off., cause This is course is not a perfect clone, rather than a simulation. I know the course is split by the PA Turnpike, that is why you hear a car sound on the 2nd tee box. Since the 2004 Links course, only had a road, that is all I put in. I don’t know how to build a turnpike and put it in to the course, with car racing by. Thanks for the input, I’ll be sure to look in to it. I do have 1 question on Oakmonts website they have hole #2 listed at 440, is that even possible with the Turnpike in the way ? it was left it at 340.

General Member Joe Wells
United States of America
Posted: Tuesday, March 6, 2007 @ 11:49:29 AM at | IP Logged

Not a bad attempt, but having played the real life course just 4 months ago, I can say for certain that this rendition has some glaring inaccuracies. The greens are fairly accurate (a few that are sloped more than in real life), but the elevations for each hole are way off the mark. A few that really stand out are hole #1 drops about 55 feet from tee to green, not 30 feet. from the tee on #9, you cant see the fairway bunkers because the elevation change from the tee to landing area is so severe. Hole#12 is all downhill, not downhill off the tee and then uphill to the green. Theres a host of other mis-elevated holes, but those are the 3 that really stand out for me. Also, wheres the turnpike\road that cuts the course in two halves. After the first hole, you walk across a bridge going over the PA turnpike to get to holes 2-8. Unless I missed something, I didnt see it.

If you could fix up the poor elevation work for each hole, the course would be pretty good based on the accuracy of the greens, but as it stands now, its not a very accurate rendtition.

General Member birdieseeker
United States of America
Posted: Sunday, March 4, 2007 @ 9:34:57 AM at | IP Logged

Wow a beautiful course, and boy does it play tough. You must stay in the tight fairways or you are doomed. It is very difficult to advance the ball from lies outside of the fairway. Thank you for all of your great designs. Looking forward to Augusta 07.


General Member Avenged1337
United States of America
Posted: Saturday, March 3, 2007 @ 10:26:43 AM at | IP Logged


General Member Jagndeke
Posted: Friday, March 2, 2007 @ 5:03:18 PM at | IP Logged

Thanks for a great course. Narrow fairways, strategically placed bunkers and madly sloping greens make this course one helluva lot of fun to play. Great job M8.

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