The Golf Club will be available on Xbox One today and you can always count on Gamersyde to provide you with high quality gameplay footage. Canadian developer HB Studios' first title features unofficial courses set in beautiful environments and lets you generate random ones, create your own and share them with the community. Local multiplayer is possible but online play hasn't been forgotten and you can compete against other players in real time (turn-based) or against ghosts. The game obviously includes everything you can expect from a golf title and theoretically offers unlimited longevity. The only downfall is that the game's performance is not as it should be on next gen. There are aliasing and frame rate issues, some tearing is also noticeable, not to mention the pop-up and the blurry look of the game (which has been announced to run at 720p on Xbox One). It's a shame as the environments are pretty nice at times. Thankfully, all the courses we've tried were interesting and challenging to play, makng this a potential buy to all those who can disregard performance issues and can afford the $34.99 price tag.