ProStroke suffers from two key issues: presentation and gameplay features. Compared to other sports games, ProStroke comes up incredibly short in both areas. We'll touch on the features later, but when it comes to presentation, ProStroke doesn't stack up. It doesn't look terrible by any sense of the word, but some elements look more like leftover stand-in visuals.
Characters, including Daly, look and move awkwardly. Courses may be modeled after real-life locales, but there's little life to be found. About the only thing the visuals nail is Daly's Technicolor attire. The rest of the game may not look lively, but at least his pants add some sort of spark.
Commentary is provided by Sam Torrance and Peter Kessler and is about as exciting as golf commentary can get. It sometimes drops out of sync with what's actually happening on the course, though not so much that it is distracting. Outside a few ambient sounds, audio is generally low-key.