How do you cheat in golf clash

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How do you cheat in golf clash

Golf Clash has become one of the most downloaded sports games and it seems to keep on growing in popularity.

In this article we are going to have a look at ways that people may be cheating when playing Golf Clash. Please be aware this is not an article designed to encourage cheating. This is simply a close look at people who seem to be shooting incredible low scores when playing golf clash. Are they using some for of cheat? Is there a hack that can be used for free coins? Is this something you should be aware of if playing the game?

Golf Clash in an online app for mobile and tablet. It pits players against each other on the golf course. Players participate in short one on one games, or clashes, against other players from all over the world. The winner of a golf clash game is awarded coins which can be then be used to purchase better equipment, better balls and a few other things as well.

Since it's launch on the app store Golf Clash has become one of the most downloaded sports games and it seems to keep on growing in popularity. There are now millions of players from all over the globe competing in games on a daily basis. As with most popular games though, before long the word cheat is used. A select few seem to shoot lower scores than anyone else and so people start pointing the finger and accusing people of cheating.

So does cheating happen on Golf Clash? Well lets have a look.

Are Cheats Spoiling The Game?

Are There Cheats Out There?

If you do a quick internet search for Golf Clash cheats there are a few forum posts that pop up, a few videos and one or two blogs. The most interesting of these are the videos. I've watched some of these and although there were some unusual looking shots taking place I did not see any evidence of cheating. I've been playing the game for many months and played a few thousand rounds and I can safely say I've hit a few seemingly impossible shots and had some amazing flukes. That does not mean I have been using cheats though.

Similar is true when you read the forums. Players complain of a shot going in the hole that should not have done, or people hooking a drive and it landing in the middle of the fairway. I've seen it myself when playing, but as in real golf, sometimes people just get very lucky.

There are also posts about using hacks, patches and other ways of cheating. These all seem very complicated and after having a look at some of them I honestly can't see much benefit.

The other cheat you may hear mentioned is a cheat for getting more coins. There are hacks out there that claim that this can be done. Whether or not they work is another matter. Usually things like this work for a while but then are blocked or taken down. The reality is, even if a player does have a lot of coins, it doesn't really give them that much on an advantage in actual game play.

The main reason people sometimes feel aggrieved when playing Golf Clash is the tournament results. If you shoot your best ever round but you're still five shots behind the leader this does make you feel as if they may be cheating. Well the news is that there is a form of cheating that is commonly used in Golf Clash. This is known as sandbagging.

The Golf Clash Game

Sandbagging

If you're not familiar with the term sandbagging, this is the term used when a player intentionally shoots bad scores to manipulate their average. It can even take place in real golf where a player may try to bring his handicap score up to give him an advantage when playing against others.

In Golf Clash players don't have an average score. So how does sandbagging take place? Well there are five tiers of player in Golf Clash, Beginner, Rookie, Professional, Expert and Master. Each of the tiers also have three sub tiers. As a player wins matches and earns more coins they move up through the tiers. When competing in the all important tournaments, players only compete against those in their own tier.

So for an experienced player who knows the game well and has the best available equipment, if they were to play in the Rookie tier they would stand a very good chance of finishing very high up the leader board or even winning. So how does this happen?

We as you can move up through the tiers, you can also move down. Each week the players with the lowest number of coins move down a tier. So if a player was to log on to the game during a week, but either lose all their matches, or simply not play, they would move down a tier. Do this several weeks in a row and they would soon be playing at rookie level again, thus giving them a massive advantage over other players.