Has there ever really been a good golf movie?

After recently watching a bad movie about golf, I got thinking: has there ever been a decent movie about golf?

My latest piece for GolfLink is now up on their site – and I take a look over some of the most famous golf movies of all-time and ponder whether any of them have been any good.

Released in 1980, the movie made over US$3million on its opening weekend and has achieved a cult following ever since, thanks largely to the roles of Bill Murray, Chevy Chase and Rodney Dangerfield. Their often unscripted scenes, such as the Cinderella Story or the scene in the greenkeeper’s shed, are not only champagne comedy but now part of popular culture.

But aside from these great moments, there isn’t much else that’s very watchable.

Check out the full article over at GolfLink: HAS THERE EVER BEEN A GOOD GOLF MOVIE?.

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