Who owns the Links series today?

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Still Linksing
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Who owns the Links series today?

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Does anyone know?
Take-Two are the only one I can remember.
Does anyone else also know why they never did anything with it?
Who runs Links Country Club now?
Where do Links 2003 profits go too after a purchase?
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Re: Who owns the Links series today?

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So I can assume the silence means nobody knows anything?
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Re: Who owns the Links series today?

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I seem to remember take-two lost the code.
Don't know if it can be reverse engineered.
Mark Hulka (formerly of Access Software) owns Links Country Club & I think still gets revenue from sales.
And makes new versions of Links 2003 when he's up to it.
My take...

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Mark Hulka is a member here and isn't he site owner of LSPN?
Maybe he can shed some light???
We all play this game but no one really knows it's current state.
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Still Linksing wrote:
Fri Jan 17, 2020 4:21 pm
Mark Hulka is a member here and isn't he site owner of LSPN? YES
Maybe he can shed some light??? ad nauseam
We all play this game but no one really knows it's current state.

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If Mark does read these forums, hopefully he will be able to reply to all these questions and solve the mystery!

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Slattery wrote:
Sun Jan 19, 2020 10:52 pm
If Mark does read these forums, hopefully he will be able to reply to all these questions and solve the mystery!
Mystery ? :rofl: - Who Cares - The Game is 17 Years Old - It's Glory Days Are Long Gone.

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Gowoods wrote:
Mon Jan 20, 2020 4:29 am
Slattery wrote:
Sun Jan 19, 2020 10:52 pm
If Mark does read these forums, hopefully he will be able to reply to all these questions and solve the mystery!
Mystery ? :rofl: - Who Cares - The Game is 17 Years Old - It's Glory Days Are Long Gone.
I care! :whistle: With a few minor tweaks and updates, it could easily be brought back to it's previous popularity. Or what many of us think would be a needed upgrade to what we still consider "the best golf sim ever created". :cheers1:

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Many years ago in Scotland , a new game was invented. It was ruled 'Gentlemen Only...Ladies Forbidden'.. .and thus, the word GOLF entered Into the English language.

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A lot of us care. The game is at least 20 years old--but our "glory days" are days when we wake up and this site and Links Sports.net are still around, along with those who keep it going. Even without tweaks or updates---go find a better golf sim! Don't let the door hit you-------!

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Grand Prix Legends came out in 1998 and still the best 1960's era F1 sim. NASCAR 2003 Season is still the best NASCAR sim out there. Just because a game is old doesn't mean it's glory days are over. Links 2003 is still the best golf sim that I've played, and I've played them all. It's glory days are still present, thank you. Heck the TV channel I watch the most is TCM because I love and appreciate the artistry of a good film right back to the silent era. Quality of a product does not fade away.

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