PGA European Tour is a golf simulation game developed by Polygames and published by Electronic Arts (as part of their EA Sports brand) for the Sega Genesis in 1994. It received multiple ports from 1994-1996.
A spin-off of the PGA Tour Golf series, PGA European Tour builds on the game engine used in PGA Tour Golf II and offers a new assortment of courses, tournaments, and professional golfers from the PGA European Tour organization. It also features dynamic weather conditions and two new game modes: Match Play (an eight-player elimination tournament) and Shoot-Out.
The courses included are Wentworth Club (located in Surrey, England), Forest of Arden (located in Warwickshire, England), Crans-sur-Sierre (located in Valais, Switzerland), Le Golf National (located in Paris, France), and Valderrama (located in Cádiz, Spain).
The game received multiple ports from 1994-1996:
- It received a Europe-exclusive port by Dome Software for Amiga computers in 1994, co-published by Ocean, this version also received an Amiga CD32 release in 1995.
- It received a handheld port for the Game Boy by Unexpected Development in 1995, co-published by Malibu Games.
- It received a Super Nintendo Entertainment System port by Halestorm, Inc. in late 1996, co-published by Black Pearl Software.