Movies on Golf Game
The Caddy (1953)
Harvey, the son of a famous golf player, is afraid of facing crowds and playing in public that agrees to coach and trains his friend.
A movie which attained cult status for so many reasons: unforgettable cast, comical yet quotable dialogues and of course the whole slobs vs snobs concept which we can all relate to.
Happy Gilmore (1996)
Bad boy Happy is a wannabee hockey player who can’t skate but is crazy good at playing golf. Entertainment ensues when his grandmother’s house is evicted and he becomes a star in the golf industry.
Tin Cup (1996)
Romantic comedy about a failed golfer who tries to qualify for the US open golf tournament to win the love of his enemy’s girlfriend.
The Tiger Wood’s story (1998)
The movie shines light on Tiger Woods private life and how he dealt with issues of racism and cultural identity while becoming a superstar in one of America’s least loved sports.
The Legend of Bagger Vance (2000)
The movie takes you to the 1930’s where a black caddie holds the secret of the perfect trick required by the white war hero trying to win a tournament.
A Gentleman’s Game (2001)
A summer job at an exclusive country club of a young caddy teaches him valuable life lessons that help him in becoming a great golfer.
The Greatest Game Ever Played (2005)
The struggle for acceptance of two men, dozens of years apart makes it a beautiful movie which showcases human struggle in a whole new light.
Who’s Your Caddy? (2007)
Comedy ensues when a rapper tries to join an all-white country club, only to be deemed as unfit by the president.