Top golf themed slots

Seamus Rotherick
By Seamus Rotherick March 31, 2021 11:44

One armed bandits, fruit machines, pokies or puggy; they’ve been around for years but are certainly a little different today than their older cousins of the dark pub corner. New slots are found online these days and combine some incredibly realistic graphics and sounds with varying themes to keep all us unique snowflakes happy.

Being unable to hit the green as much as we would like for the time being, we thought we’d introduce you to the best new slots that are golf themed to help you fulfil your itch. You can find them and many other new online slots here, but we’ve given you the low-down on each below. You could find yourself spending less than your green fees for some great entertainment and even come away with heavier pockets.

Gold Trophy 2

The sequel to Play’n GO’s first venture into the crazy world of gold themed slots sees them tweak their original to near perfection. Five reels and 20 lines to win, you can tee it all off with a mere 20p and be staring down the barrel of a top jackpot of 5000x your stake. Not a bad investment for a minimum bet, but even better if you up the ante.

Gold Trophy has you earning free spins from claiming 3 or more scatter symbols at any one time, which will be multiplied 3-fold. The Gold Trophy itself is the wild symbol and comes with a 2x multiplier so your winnings can add up fast. A great game from a great company.

The Argyle Open

Created by one of the leading games providers around, Microgaming’s classic golf slot will have you reminiscing about the good old days out on the course, whilst hopefully filling your pockets. Based around a lush Scottish course of par-3 holes, each stroke will ultimately decide how much of a bonus you are to receive.

The Argyle provides a 5 reel game with 40 paylines, and is perfectly suited to every player with low minimum stakes but also some £80 stakes for you high-rollers. Whilst the first two strokes will have you pocketing some nice bonus credits, the pressure of nailing your put will determine your free spins.

Hole In One; The Back Nine

Sticking to sequels, Rival Gaming earned some decent followings with Hole in One, but the Back Nine is proving even more popular in the circuit. It’s a more chilled out game; a Sunday round with friends rather than an intense championship.

With a top score of 750 coins, this is a more a game for those who are committed for the long haul rather than something short and sweet. It’s low variance and with smaller deposits so definitely won’t break the back. But it’s fun, and will easily tie you up for an entire rainy afternoon if you can’t make the fairway.

Birdy Bucks

What is great about this gem is it’s not confusing in any way. Simplistic gaming means it’s perfect for beginners and is a Real Time Gaming winner. What you get is 5 reels of 3 rows, with 25 paylines to keep the winnings ticking and even two progressive jackpots to seal the deal. But the best part of this game is the free spins.

Get 3 or more golf ball symbols on a spin and you unlock this feature. Two balls will get hit towards the green with the first receiving 5, 9 or 18 free spins depending on whether you land in the bunker, on the green or in the hole. Your second stroke awards a multiplier of 2, 3 or 9 times depending again on where you land. So you can quickly rack up some decent winnings in no time.

Lucky Shot

Another Microgaming winner, they have tried to focus a little more on the excitement and fun of the slot rather than recreating the actual ambience of a round. It works and you’re left with a game that is a caricature of golf, but with a little more high variance than others we have mentioned.

Five reels, 3 rows and 20 paylines with plenty of ways to scoop some decent coin. Land 3 or more golf carts to unlock the free spins feature and you’ll come away with either 9 or 18 spins, doubling your winnings either way. The high variance nature of this one, coupled with a maximum payout of 15,000 coins means it not for the faint hearted.

Golden Tour

From top games provider Playtech, this a slot that has been designed for the game play to not be distracted by the graphics; by that we mean she ain’t too pretty. Visually simplistic, it goes to show that some players are more interested in winning the round than wearing the best jacket or gloves.

When you get past the graphics, Golden Tour provides a return-to-player of over 97.7% which is why it is still popular to this day. Play from just 5p a round, a turbo mode will allow for quicker play and you can auto-spin for up to 99 rounds to sit back and watch.

Not the newest course around since its birth in 2012 but the oldies are sometimes the goodies.

 

Seamus Rotherick
By Seamus Rotherick March 31, 2021 11:44
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