EA has offered refunds to customers who feel mislead by the full-priced PC version of Tiger Woods PGA Tour 12: The Masters.

By sharing the same name as the console versions, customers believed the PC game would also share their quality. But that doesn't appear to have been the case.

Fans (via Reddit) have slammed the PC game's graphics and lack of features. They've also complained about existing premium PC service Tiger Woods Online being installed as the sole multiplayer mode (you're given three months free).

Members of the EA Forum, those not silenced by moderators, suggest chatting to EA support via the livechat web page. Numerous people claim to have been granted refunds this way.

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