Aussie Golfer has five copies of a new golf movie to giveaway starring Robert Duvall.
Robert Duvall and Lucas Black star in Seven Days in Utopia, a new movie with has golf as its central theme. Black plays a budding professional golfer who storms away from a golf tournament after blowing the lead at the final hole in a fit of rage. He crashes his car through the fence of a ranch, owned by a reclusive former golf champion, played by Robert Duvall. The movie also stars a number of PGA Tour players including Rickie Fowler, Rich Beem and KJ Choi who plays the intimidating TK Oh.
I love anything starring Robert Duvall, and while I hear Duvall isn’t a golf enthusiast he does a good job making us believe he used to play alongside the likes of Hogan and Nicklaus. Black plays the role of aspiring professional golfer quite well and he insisted that the golf swing be his. It’s a nice swing too and possibly the best we’ve seen in any golf movie – barring Carl Spackler of course.
How to enter
Seven Days in Utopia is released in Australia on Wednesday (August 22) and thanks to Eagle Entertainment we have five DVD copies to giveaway.
This competition has now closed.
Which famous South Korean golfer to makes his acting debut in “Seven Days in Utopia”?
Five winners (with the correct answer) will be drawn and announced here at Aussie Golfer on Saturday August 25, 2012.
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