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Golf Movies and their Quotes – Your Favorite Please!

Golf Movies and their Quotes – Your Favorite Please!
 
If you love golf and you love movies, then this post is for you!  Great lines from great golf movies.  Of course, we all know who will get the #1 spot, but it is fun to go through the others and remember when you saw these movies.  I personally absolutely loved “The Legend of Bagger Vance” and “The Greatest Game Ever Played”  I have seen both these movies.  Other than Caddyshack,”  what is your favorite golf movie and what is your favorite quote?
Golf is a serious sport? Tell that to Hollywood. These golf movie quotes show how much fun movie makers have with the game of golf. Here are some of our favorite lines. (Warning: some clips may contain inappropriate language)
 
10. I Love You, Man: “This is my nightmare.”

Sydney (Jason Segel) takes one off the shin while trying to help Hailey (Sarah Burns) with her game. His reaction is one we could all relate to.

9. Sideways: “Oops, look out.”

Miles (Paul Giamatti) sarcastically warns another group as he hits their errant shot back at them in Sideways. It’s the fantasy of every golfer who’s ever been hit into—although Miles probably deserved it at the rate he was playing.

https://youtu.be/NPv5mWgR0Fg

8. Swingers: “Dead heat after one hole. This is turning into quite a rivalry.”

Mike (Jon Favreau) and Rob (Ron Livingston) play some hilariously bad shots on an L.A. par-3 course in Swingers, each carding an 8 on the first hole. Watch this scene to learn how NOT to hit a pitch shot. Or a sand shot. Or a 12-foot putt.

https://youtu.be/TscPOjzk0hI

7. Caddyshack: “Gambling is illegal at Bushwood sir, and I never slice.”

Golf Movies and their Quotes - Your Favorite Please!

Judge Smails (Ted Knight) dooms himself to a certain slice as the snobs take on the slobs in the classic Caddyshack.

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6. Seven Days in Utopia: “See it. Feel it. Trust it.”

Johnny Crawford (Robert Duvall) teaches wayward pro Luke Chisolm (Lucas Black) a simple mantra for hitting the perfect golf shot in Seven Days in Utopia.

https://youtu.be/r2MZi9M9QrE

To see the other 5 great movie quotes, go here!

Source:  Swing by Swing
 
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A Movie to Rival "Tin Cup" - Watch "The Squeeze."

A Movie to Rival “Tin Cup” – Watch “The Squeeze.”

A Movie to Rival “Tin Cup” – Watch “The Squeeze.”

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Any avid golfer will tell you that the all-time great golf movies are “Caddyshack,” “Tin Cup,” and “Happy Gilmore.” 

And not many would argue with that.  But over the years, there have been quite a few entertaining golf movies that I have really enjoyed.  Here is an additional list of some of my top golf movies.

Seven Days in Utopia, The Legend of Bagger Vance, The Greatest Game Ever Played, Bobby Jones – Stroke of Genius, Dead Solid Perfect, and although a little hokey, Follow the Sun.

I just read an article by TravelGolf.com’s Kiel Christianson,  and now I’m planning a new golf movie!

A Movie to Rival Tin Cup - Watch "The Squeeze."

Christopher McDonald plays a Titanic Thompson-Esque character named Riverboat.

The list of “watchable golf movies” is shorter than the list of Career Grand Slam Winners (Masters Era). The latter is five (Sarazen, Hogan, Nicklaus, Player, Woods). By my count, the former is just three: “Caddyshack,” “Happy Gilmore” and “Tin Cup.”

And, to be quite honest, in order to even make a list of golf movies, the term “golf movie” needs to be applied quite loosely for all three of these: Little to none of the on-course action felt authentic at all, including the swings of the main characters.

Enter Terry Jastrow, seven-time Emmy-winning producer/director, with an extensive pedigree in televised golf. In his new movie, “The Squeeze,” Jastrow relates a story based on the real-life experience

Read on to find out the plot and main characters.

Source: TravelGolf  Kiel Christianson, 

Pictures: (Courtesy photo)

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Most famous golf course you have never heard of!

Most famous golf course you have never heard of!

Most famous golf course you have never heard of!

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Tin Cup is my favorite golf movie of all time! 

Yes, Yes, I know Caddyshack is everyone’s favorite movie, but for me, as a golf professional, I understand what Roy McAvoy  (played by Kevin Costner)  is going through.  As Tour Players, we all had (or have) our demons, and conquering them is a victory in itself!

Scott Sterling, the Golf Expert, tells us about this most famous golf course that made Tin Cup possible.

When asked about important and historic golf courses, your mind might immediately go to the obvious answers like St. Andrews, Augusta and Pinehurst. So many great moments in the game have occurred at those courses that it’s hard to argue their prominence. But what if I told you that one of the greatest moments in golf history occurred at Tubac Golf Resort & Spa in Arizona?

Most famous golf course you have never heard of!

Ever heard of it? Probably not, but you’ve seen it. Tubac hosted the “US Open” depicted in the classic golf movie Tin Cup.  Yes, you too can make a 12 on the same hole that Roy “Tin Cup” McAvoy pridefully blew his chances at the championship, although in real life that hole is the fourth, not the 18th as shown in the film. If you really want the authentic experience, break all of your clubs – except the 7 iron – on the third hole tee box and play it from there.

The goal is simply not to make a 12

Tubac Golf Resort & Spa is located between Tucson and the Mexican border and is made up of 27 holes of golf and 98 suites, casitas and posadas. The spa is reknown as one of the leading spas in Arizona and features all of the treatments you have come to expect from fine resorts.

The village of Tubac is known as a bohemian village rich in artisans plying their trade, historical sites and culture. The Tumacacori National Historical Park, about four miles away from the resort, contains the ruins of three Spanish colonial missions that date back to the turn of the 18th century.

There are plenty of courses around the world that served as backdrops to golf history, but there are very few that were backdrops to fictional, but equally important, golf history.

Source: Scott Sterling

Pictures: Tubac Golf Resort & Spa

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