The Japanese firm announced the return of some iconic franchises, as well as some new blood.
Among the coming attractions will be at least five big titles that have helped to build Nintendo's reputation as one of the godfathers of gaming.
The game can be controlled using the 'd-pad' buttons and stick, as well as motion control by holding the Z left to right button.
Golf was a sports-simulation video game developed and released by Nintendo in 1984 for the NES.
Top title Pokemon will see a role playing game to accompany the previously announced fighting game Pokémon Tournament Deluxe.
Nintendo also teased an upcoming Metroid title, named Metroid Prime 4, although no further details were revealed.
The chief executive of the North American arm of the firm, Reggie Fils-Aime, said: 'Nintendo Switch provides everyone a ticket for a journey to new worlds and fun, exclusive experiences.
Video courtesy of Nintendo 'This journey continues through all of 2017 and beyond, and it's one that video game fans of all types won't want to miss.'Among the less established games coming to the console will be a sequel to the third-person paint shooter Splatoon, original released on the Wii U.
It features 24 hours of battery life and claims to be a 'mini-disco on the move'. In Xenoblade Chronicles 2, the latest entry in the acclaimed RPG series a new hero will seek out Elysium on an immense journey through a new world.The game is expected for a December release, in time for the holidays.The player two character wears a red shirt and shoes with black pants and uses a red ball.The user must first decide whether to play single stroke play or the two player selections of doubles stroke play or match play.