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Mario's Superstar Golf
Developer(s) Nintendo
Publisher(s) Nintendo
Platform(s) Nintendo Wii
Genre(s) Sports/Golf
Release Date(s)
25px-Flag of Japan August 2009
25px-Flag of USA September 2009
1-4 Players
Age Rating(s)
Media Included Wii Optical Disc, Wii Motion Plus, Wii Remote, Nunchuk, Gamecube Controller, Classic Controller

Mario's Superstar Golf is a Mario sports game for the Nintendo Wii. It was only released in Japan so far, and is expected to come out in September in North America. No European or Australian release dates revealed.


Mario's Superstar Golf plays like any other typical golf game, but this time, with a Mario twist. The controls are made so that your whole body gets moving. Players can also use the Wii Motion Plus accesory for more precision. The game's courses feature many gimmicks and obstacles to overcome before the ball can get into the hole. Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection allows players to head online for the first time in any Mario golf game to date. They can choose to either play against registered friends or distant strangers.

Playable Characters

There is a total of 24 playable characters. Players must go through the entire Championship Mode to get the unlockable characters.

Mario Unlocked
Luigi Unlocked
Peach Unlocked
Yoshi Unlocked
Wario Unlocked
Waluigi Unlocked
Daisy Unlocked
Donkey Kong Unlocked
Diddy Kong Unlocked
Bowser Unlocked
Bowser Jr. Unlocked
Birdo Unlocked
Koopa Troopa Unlocked
Boo Locked
Baby Mario Locked
Shy Guy Locked
Dry Bones Locked
Blooper Locked
Paratroopa Locked
Petey Piranha Locked
Baby Luigi Locked
Toad Locked
Toadette Locked
Metal Mario Locked


There is a total of 12 courses to choose from. By going through the Championship Mode, players can unlock all the secret golf courses. Also, players can change the time of day on some of the courses.

Regular Courses

There is only one regular course in the game. Regular courses do not feature any obstacles or gimmicks. Generally speaking, it's the real deal.

Mario Greens Mario Greens features no distractions or obstacles to overcome. Just a plain, simple course with some landscaping. Unlocked

Gimmick Courses

Gimmick courses feature many obstacles which hinder the players.

Luigi's Mansion Set around the luxurious, haunted mansion, this golf course includes tall willow trees, graves and even the popular cast of ghosts, offering a decent challenge all around. Unlocked
Peach Castlegrounds Peach Castlegrounds features beautiful lakes and magnificent agriculture, all in vicinity of Peach's Castle. Unlocked
Yoshi's Sand Prairie Sand, sand everywhere! Take a peek at the gorgeous mountains and the soothing sunset during the day, but avoid the Pokeys! Unlocked
Donkey Kong Mountain Avoid the massive rocks and get past the thick vines. Unlocked
Wario's Golden Factory Electric bolts and piles of gold prevent players from getting a perfect hole-in-one. Unlocked
Koopa Bayside Fast-paced rapids and churning waters are just some of the obstacles you'll face in this course. Unlocked
Birdo Egg Valley Birdo Egg Valley is one tough course to master, especially with all the pink, rolling eggs in the way! Locked
Daisy's Flower Course Reflecting Daisy's persona, Daisy's Flower Course has actual living flowers which hinder the players. Locked
Baby Parkway Home to Baby Mario and Baby Luigi, Baby Parkway includes a double-decker bus which occasionally passes and prevents the ball from going any further. Locked
Petey Piranha's Junglescape The Piranha Plants which are located all over the course can eat the ball and randomly throw it anywhere around the area for unpredictable surprises. Locked
Bowser's Lava Course Lava, flaming meteors and large cracks adorn this Bowser-inspired course! Strictly for experts! Locked

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