Microsoft Golf 3.0
On the fringe of a sloping green, aim your shot just above
the pin so it rolls down and leaves you with the easier
When hitting uphill, remember to pick a larger club than
you would on flat ground, particularly when chipping uphill.
If you are confident you can drive the ball 300 yards but
there's a dogleg at 250 yards, try hooking (or slicing)
your shot around the bend.