100-Foot Robot Golf coming soon to a PlayStation console near you

100-foot robot golf
Courtesy of No Goblin Studios
"100ft Robot Golf is a real-time golf game where you get to control impossibly large robots on their quest for par," says game developer No Goblin.
By John Holmes
PGA.com

Series: Golf Buzz

Published: Monday, December 07, 2015 | 4:13 p.m.
 
At this time of the year, most of us who love golf have spent at least a little time dreaming about the golf gifts we'd most like to get. Well, here's something that might not be on your wish list just yet:
 
100-Foot Robot Golf
 
Yes, it's a thing – or, at least, it will be a thing very soon. Set to be released in 2016 on PlayStation, "100ft Robot Golf" is a game where you get to control large robots as they hook and slice their way through landscapes ranging from cities to volcanoes to orbiting moons. Its slogan is "Impossibly large robots fight for par."
 
 
Here's some description from the game's website:
 
"100ft Robot Golf is a real-time golf game where you get to control impossibly large robots on their quest for par. Never get your ball stuck behind a pesky tree or skyscraper ever again! Just swing your golf club to smash even the tallest buildings out of the way – or into the way of your robot golfing buddies."
 
Who says you can't play defense in golf? And also, clearly pace of play shouldn't be an issue.
 
You can tee it up by yourself or with as many as four players at a time as your robots rampage through the cityscapes, mountains, volcanoes and even orbiting moons that comprise the Robot Golf Tour circuit. You choose or create your own robots and robot pilots with various abilities and styles, and play what the game's developers at No Goblin Studios call "frantic real-time destruction golf" in classic turn-based action or by developing your own custom rules. You can even don a PlayStation VR headset to, the company says, "experience both golf and destruction as if you were really there."
 
It looks hilarious. You can find out more about the game on its official blog, and here's a preview video: