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Mario Golf Super Rush Website Has My Nintendo Bonuses

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Nintendo has opened up the North American website for Mario Golf Super Rush on Switch. The portal has character art, gameplay information, video previews, and even a My Nintendo bonus for eagle-eyed fans. Check out our rundown below, including the exact locations of the hidden golf holes for 100 My Nintendo Platinum Points.

The Mario Golf Super Rush website has several pages with a good overview of information. The first page details each of the game’s 17 playable characters, their Special Shot abilities, and their Special Dash abilities. There are even video previews of their special animations.

The website also has descriptions and video previews for each of the five Mario Golf Super Rush modes: Standard Golf, Speed Golf, Golf Adventure, Solo Challenge, Battle Golf. Standard, Speed, and Battle modes are all playable with local wireless and online play. If you’re looking to have a house party, note that only up to two players can use one system, so you might need multiple consoles.

For the My Nintendo Platinum Points challenge, fans will have to find all five hidden golf holes across the website. Here’s our location guide for some quick points.

  • Characters and Courses page
    1) Right next to the Colorful Courses subheading.
    2) Just below the last course, Wildweather Woods.
  • How To Play page
    3) Just above the Dash and Special Dash explanations near the bottom of the page.
    4) Just below the Battle Golf mode description.
  • Purchase page
    5) Inbetween the character banner and Nintendo Switch systems.

Mario Golf Super Rush will launch for the Nintendo Switch on June 25, 2021. If you’re looking for something to spend your points on, there is a reward calendar for June with a Mario Golf Super Rush motif on the My Nintendo website.

Oni Dino
Oni Dino is a Japanese-English translator, localization editor, and podcaster. He has several video game credits and regularly translates columns from Masahiro Sakurai and Shigeru Miyamoto. When not knee-deep in a JRPG and wishing games had more environmental story-telling, he's attending industry events and interviewing creative auteurs to share their stories.