Tiny (Mario Golf series)

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Artwork of Tiny from Mario Golf: Advance Tour
Species Human
First appearance Mario Golf (Game Boy Color) (1999)
Latest appearance Mario Golf: Advance Tour (2004)
Latest portrayal Tom Eberspecher (2004)[1]
You have no idea how mad I am that I lost to you... I'm gonna go OFF in match play!”
Tiny, Mario Golf: Advance Tour

Tiny is a character who first appeared in Mario Golf for the Game Boy Color. He reprises his role in Mobile Golf and Mario Golf: Advance Tour. He takes a simplistic approach to his opponents: attempting to beat them no matter who they are. When beaten though, he tries to make up excuses for his lack of strength, and is usually ridden with disbelief afterwards.


Mario Golf[edit]

Tiny makes his overall debut in Mario Golf for the Game Boy Color. He was the singles champion of the Dunes tourney, until Azalea beat him for the title. Eventually, he formed a doubles team with her, and held the title for the Dunes Club Doubles Cup. The title was taken by Neil and Ella.

Mobile Golf[edit]

Tiny can be unlocked in Mobile Golf after completing all minigames, excluding DLC ones.

Mario Golf: Advance Tour[edit]

Tiny reprises his role in Mario Golf: Advance Tour.


Tiny is a muscular male with fair skin, a triangular nose, and narrow, black eyes. He wears a white tank top with a red star in the center, and blue jeans. His golfing shoes are dark brown, his socks are white, and his glove is the trademark white. His hair is tied into a ponytail.

In Mario Golf: Advance Tour, Tiny's appearance is different than the previous installment, where he now has a black beard, although he wears the same tank top with the red star marked in the center. He wears sapphire blue shorts, brown golfing shoes, and short navy blue socks.

Tiny's stats in Mario Golf: Advance Tour[edit]

  • Drive: 260 Yards
  • Height: High
  • Shot: Draw
  • Impact: Narrow
  • Control: Slightly poor
  • Spin: Strong

Official bio[edit]

Translated from Japanese:[2]

I grew up in the wilderness of the Island of Hawaii. The blue sky and the green Earth helped grow my powerful body. It seems that everyone is surprised at the trajectory of the ball I send off. Someone from Japan can see my golf balls from Hawaii and will be stabbed with "Killer Khan" and a finger, but who is "Killer Khan"? Well, it does not matter. To all the challengers, if you can defeat me, you deserve your power!

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ティニー[2]