Mario Golf Super Rush
Nintendo | Camelot

‘Mario Golf: Super Rush’ Nails Both Sides of Its Excellent Golf Gameplay

The latest Mario Golf title has finally landed on the Switch, and it's a hole-in-one. Find out why the newest Mario sports game is a must-have outing for the Mushroom Kingdom's most athletic plumber.
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    The newest sports game from acclaimed Nintendo studio Camelot Games, Mario Rush: Super Golf, does a lot right. Critically, its best feature is also its most basic. Simply teeing up to play eighteen holes of golf in the Mushroom Kingdom is a delight. The game shines in its quiet, slow moments when you’re considering the terrain and the wind before making a crucial shot.

    Super Rush isn’t just about the slow stuff, though. The subtitle is a promise as much as a description: Speed golf mode delivers pulse-pounding action to break up the otherwise slow-paced golf gameplay. As the first entry in the Mario Golf series to hit a home console since Toadstool Tour on the GameCube back in 2003, Super Rush has some big shoes to fill.