A group of friends take a trip to a cabin to help their friend Alex process a recent breakup.
Members of pioneering New Wave band Devo and golfing legend Chi Chi Rodríguez recall how their paths crossed when Devo used an image of Chi Chi for their debut album.
50 states. 50 days. 50 rounds of golf. Stripped of the exclusivity and elitism of the country club, 50 Over sets out to explore the tattered fairways and diverse personalities of public golf courses in every corner of the United States.
Getting over a difficult divorce, affable Bogart throws himself hilariously into the game of golf. But when his beloved Woodlands Golf Club is slated for closure by an antagonistic councilor, he and the other characters that share his passion plot a way to keep it alive.
Maurice Flitcroft, a dreamer and unrelenting optimist, managed to gain entry to The British Open Golf Championship qualifying in 1976 and subsequently shot the worst round in Open history, becoming a folk hero in the process.
Valentino Dixon is a talented artist that used art to keep his sanity while in prison, often drawing up to ten hours a day after he was wrongfully convicted of murder in 1991.
Recounting the unforgettable conclusion of The 1999 Open, Go Down Swinging includes intimate interviews with Jean van de Velde and his caddie, along with eventual winner Paul Lawrie and dozens of additional witnesses - including Mike Tirico and Peter Alliss - recalling the unbelievable sequence of events on the 72nd hole at Carnoustie.
An old man and two hot women play golf in this comedy novelty video. Complete with, uh, stroke-by-stroke commentary.
In the summer of 2016, Henrik Stenson won a golf major, something no Swedish male golf player had ever done (Annika Sörenstam has won plenty of course). The nerve-killing duel with Phil Mickelson at Royal Troon in the Open Championship 2016 is already a golf classics, and when expert Göran Zachrisson, who had been in place at 50 British Open openings, saw his countryman win he could not hold back the tears. Now the golfer and expert have met again to relive the magic moment. At a cinema in Gothenburg, they go through the last round battle for battle. It offers beautiful anecdotes, but is also serious - when Stenson tells how he played for his friend who died just days before Stenson went to the first round of Royal Troon. The film also travels back to Royal Troon, to meet those who were behind the scenes on the historic day. Stenson looks forward to the British Open 2017, hoping for a new victory.
A documentary about the some athletes of South Korea and how can they inspire a new generation.
Every professional on the course today got to where they are because of one thing: practice. In this DVD, world-famous golf coach David Leadbetter shows you his top 25 drills, all of which have been used by the pros he coaches. The best part is you don't have to be on a golf course to practice Leadbetter's drills. You can do them in your backyard or living room (just make sure to remove and lamps or children before starting in the latter). By following Leadbetter's instruction, you will develop a smoother swing and better accuracy, and you'll learn to eliminate those shots that end up costing you the game. It's time to join the ranks of such golf stars as Nick Faldo, Greg Norman, Nick Price, and Ernie Els, all of whom practiced with Leadbetter on their way to the top. Now, let him help you realize your true golfing potential!
Charlie Gedelius has spent the last years abroad as a golf trainer. In Copenhagen, Denmark, he meets young Lena, who happens to be his brother-in-law's mistress. He goes back to Sweden to meet his sister Astrid. Her son Staffan has borrowed money from a money-lender to pay for an abortion for a girl he has met.
The Fable of the Kid Who Shifted His Ideals to Golf and Finally Became a Baseball Fan and Took the Only Known Cure is a 1916 American short comedy silent film pertaining to baseball.
A past-his-prime professional golfer plays small time tourneys to re-qualify for the PGA.
Bobby Jones magnanimously demonstrates two specific aspects of a good drive: Position and back swing.
Priscilla Dean starred in this comedy-Western as Eastern golf pro Freddy Hayden who is hired by a Western dude ranch. Assumed to be a man because of the name, Freddy creates a sensation appearing at a dance in the newest creation from Paris, and later incurs the ire of all when she accidentally causes a stampede. Ranch foreman Bruce Elwood (Arnold Gray) eventually wins the heart of the leading lady when he rescues Freddy from a villainous cattle rustler. A year after this light comedy, Dean began to wind down her career, and played a foil to Laurel and Hardy in Slipping Wives.
Phil Mickelson, winner of 34 PGA Tour events, teams with Emmy Award-winning producer-director Terry Jastrow for Secrets of the Short Game, a two-disc DVD focusing on all shots played from 50 yards. "The goal here," says Mickelson, "is to help golfers build a foundation so that their practice time directly correlates to improved scoring on the golf course." The DVD set includes sections on putting, chipping, sand shots, and the flop shot Mickelson popularized soon after he joined the PGA Tour in 1992. Two discs focusing on the short game of golf: Features interactive menus and scene selection.
Another entry in the Canadian "Balls" comedy era, this time set in a golf resort.