At $60, it is right up there with other high-end PS3 titles, but is one of the best exclusives the system has to offer. The replay value alone makes it worth the price; as long as there's someone to play with, you will never get sick of this game. The only real problem with the game is that it's a little short on courses and customization, but hopefully the next game in the series will build on what's already there.
Other than that, it's everything Gamervision could have wanted it to be: a well-made, fun, humorous game that has excellent single and multiplayer experiences and a lot of replay value, and it's only available on the PlayStation 3. Hey, how many other games can you say that about?