Super Masters

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Super Masters
System(s): Sega System 24
Publisher: Sega
Distributor: Sonic (ES)
Genre: Sports

Number of players: 1-2
Release Date RRP Code
Arcade (System 24)
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Arcade (System 24)
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Super Masters, known as Jumbo Ozaki Super Masters (ジャンボ尾崎スーパーマスターズ) in Japan (being sponsored by Japanese golfer Masashi "Jumbo" Ozaki), is an arcade golf game released for Sega System 24 hardware in 1989.

Though Super Masters has never been brought to home computers or consoles, is appears to have served as a basis for the Sega Mega Drive game, Arnold Palmer's Tournament Golf, known as Ozaki Naomichi no Super Masters in Japan (Naomichi Ozaki being the younger brother of Masashi Ozaki).

Production credits

In-game high score table[4]

The title features a wanted posted for a woman named Chie Misaka, which might reference the developers named CHI or MIS (or even be a combined reference to both of them). Chie may be the same as Chiel, a developer of the game's Mega Drive conversion, while Misaka may be the same as the Vibrator Misaka referenced in Scramble Spirits.
The recurring leaderboard includes a reference to Jun Tutiya.

Magazine articles

Main article: Super Masters/Magazine articles.

Promotional material

SuperMasters System24 US Flyer.jpg
US flyer
SuperMasters System24 US Flyer.jpg
SuperMasters System24 EU Flyer.jpg
Export flyer
SuperMasters System24 EU Flyer.jpg

SuperMasters System24 JP Flyer.pdf

JP flyer
SuperMasters System24 JP Flyer.pdf
SuperMasters System24 ES Flyer.jpg
ES flyer
SuperMasters System24 ES Flyer.jpg

Physical scans

System 24, US
SuperMasters System24 US Manual.pdf
System 24, JP
Instuction card(s)