Golf, known in Japan as T&E Virtual Golf, is a golf video game for the Virtual Boy game console developed and published by T&E Soft in Japan and published by Nintendo in North America. It was directed by Tadashi Nakatsuji and its sound specialist was Ken Kojima. It was released within months of the Virtual Boy console. The game uses standard golf rules and is set in the fictional 18-hole Papillion Golf & Country Club. It is displayed in the Virtual Boy's standard red and black color scheme with 3D effects by use of a 3D processor. It was released within the months of the console's release to critical praise for its controls and physics and mixed reviews for its graphics. Nintendo Power called it the third best Virtual Boy release of its year and Tips & Tricks gave it a rarity level of four out of 10.