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Wii Sports Club Gets New Golf Course and Free-to-Play March 21-23

Wii Sports Club Gets New Golf Course and Free-to-Play March 21-23

by Steve CullumMarch 14, 2014

Spring is almost here, and Nintendo wants to celebrate. First of all, they have updated Golf to include another nine-hole course from Wii Sports Resort. Also, from March 21-23, they are giving everyone free trial access to Wii Sports Club on Wii U. Even if you have previously used up your 24-hour trial, you can try all three available games again for those three days. For me, this means I have access to Golf, since I already bought Tennis and Bowling, which is nice, because I’d like to give it another try. So, will you be playing Wii Sports Club more next weekend? You are probably sure to find more players online for some multiplayer matches!

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Nintendo News: Celebrate the Start of Spring with Free Trial Access to Wii Sports Club on Wii U

REDMOND, Wash.–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Spring is almost here! As the cold weather slowly creeps away, welcome the new season by tossing away the blanket and hopping off the couch to play Wii Sports Club. Starting on March 21 at 9 a.m. PT, Wii U owners can download and play the Wii Sports Club game for free until March 23 at 11:59 p.m. PT. This promotion includes free access to all three currently available sports (Wii Sports Club – GolfWii Sports Club – Bowling and Wii Sports Club – Tennis) and is open to all Wii U owners*, even those who have previously tried or have already downloaded Wii Sports Club. As an added bonus, the Resort Course, a new nine-hole course in Wii Sports Club – Golf that was originally featured in Wii Sports Resort, will be permanently added to the game via an update that is available today.

Wii Sports Club is a compilation of the sports from Wii Sports that features high-definition graphics, controls via Wii MotionPlus technology, immersive GamePad integration and an online multiplayer versus mode. In this mode, users with broadband Internet access can face off against other players all over the country online.

Players who want to keep playing afterMarch 23 can purchase a Day Pass for $1.99 in the Nintendo eShop to play all available sports for a 24-hour period, or can buy a Club Pass that provides permanent access to individual sports for $9.99 each.

For more information about this promotion, visit For more information about Wii Sports Club, visit

*To participate in this promotion, Wii U owners must have a broadband Internet connection, a Nintendo Network ID and the SpotPass feature enabled on their systems.

[PR Email from Nintendo of America]

About The Author
Steve Cullum
Steve is a Senior Editor for NintendoFuse. He has been a Nintendo fan since the NES and Game Boy. His favorite types of games are action platformers, multiplayer “party” games, and any game that is pure fun and pulls him in for hours. Steve has been blogging for NintendoFuse since 2008.

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