Desert Golfing 4+

Infinity in your pocket

Captain Games Inc.

Designed for iPad

    • $1.99



To see a world in a bunker of sand
And a heaven in a wild cactus,
Hold infinity in the pocket of your shorts,
And eternity in Desert Golfing.

What’s New

Version 1.22

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.

Tweaking the aimer widget
Menu bar hidden on iPhone X
App preview videos
Chinese localization

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
624 Ratings

624 Ratings

Squishykidb ,

Simple but Addictive

The game has no pause screen, no options, and sometimes (at 100, 1000) has an option to share your progress or challenge somebody else. But it works. There is no music, and the sound effects are so simple you can play music in the background and not get annoyed by any sounds clashing with each other. Controls are minimal, but work well. (You pull back anywhere on the screen and it'll shoot the ball with that power and direction) There are some objects that pop up randomly throughout the game like a cactus, rock (didn't know it was movable I breezed right past it), and water hazards. This spices the gameplay up so it takes longer for it to get boring. The levels are never the same. I am currently on level 2018, and plan on going to 5000. It's addicting and the size of the game is so small (due to its minimalist design) that you'll never have to take it off so you can just pick up where you left off a month, or even a year from last time. For the people complaining on the lack of one stars, there's a reason for that! Get this game, it's only a dollar so if it's your not appealing it won't be that much of a loss. But if you love it like I do, it'll be worth $5 by the time you're done with it. (BTW I haven't had any color tint change that I noticed, so it must be a glitch)

--Roland-- ,

Simple and pleasant game, but infinity ended at hole 10,000

This game has been my literal no-brainer game for several years. It’s small and simple design has kept me coming back for more. The occasional changes in landscape, be it a cactus, a cloud, a color shift, brought an element of satisfaction simply because of their rarity. It was a joy to see something new. A reminder of how pleasant the simple things of life can be.

However, upon reaching hole 10,000 today at 26,476 strokes, something new I did not expect occurred. Hole 10,001 did not generate. Instead I found myself on the shore of an endless ocean. Hmm, I thought. Perhaps it’s a fluke? So I rebooted the app and there was still no new hole. I hit the ball into the ocean, and the ball vanished beneath the water and did not regenerate again. I no longer have a ball to hit. Nor a hole to shoot for. The game promised infinity, but the game literally ending like this exactly at hole 10,000 seems like it’s an ending by design. If not, the game has broken at hole 10,001 and I’d like to keep playing. As far as endings go, I will say this does seem like a very appropriate ending for this simple game.

shyrain67 ,

Should be free.

This game came highly recommended online so I thought I'd give it a go since I only have access to mobile games for a bit. I don't understand the reviews. There are no rewards, upgrades, progression, level replays, nothing. All you can do in this game is hit the ball, which becomes monotonous and boring after just a few minutes. This isn't artistic minimalism, this is laziness. You can have a minimalist game and still have actual gameplay. At least ball cosmetics or some sort of upgrades would be massive. Being able to replay a level to improve would be huge. Any semblance of gameplay would make this a fun game, but it will never get any of those things. This game is as big a waste of money as it is time. Unless you are senile and can't understand even basic gameplay mechanics, look elsewhere, as this game has nothing to offer. I have never gotten bored of a game faster, I cant imagine anyone playing this for more than 10 minutes. The amount of 5 star reviews on this game are absurd, and they all praise the minimalism, but like I said before, this game doesn't feel minimalist, it feels like a half baked work in progress that was abandoned and then sold for money. I wouldn't be writing a review if it were free, but charging money for something like this is completely absurd, as I can't imagine this took even a bit of effort to make.

App Privacy

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  • Game Center

    Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.

  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members can use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

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