The Definitive List of Golf Movies: All 46 Films Rated

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Golf and movies are two passions of mine and I’ve always enjoyed watching golf movies. My golf movie collection is huge. I’ve seen quite a lot but I’ve never had the time to watch and review all of them.

However, from January 1st 2017 until October 1st 2017, I had the time to watch all the top golf movies and my fellow sport movie connoisseurs at “Fairways of Life” and I recently decided to create one of the most epic golf movie lists you will ever read.

The list includes all movies from 1 to Something About Mary (46, although there were also some very bad quality, DVD-r movies that are not included) and we have reviewed every single one of them giving you our honest opinion so you can make an informed buying decision if you’re planning to buy any of them.

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1. Follow The Sun

Our rating: 9 / 10

Follow The Sun

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Pros:

  • The first golf movie
  • Features Robert Preston and Jane Greer
  • The story is entertaining
  • Film quality is good
  • High score of 59/100 on Rotten Tomatoes

Cons:

  • Poor golf content
  • Not very accurate portrayal of golf
  • Takes on a “feel-good” tone

Follow the Sun (1951) is the first golf movie to be released. It features Robert Preston and Jane Greer in a feel-good romance/drama that is as much about golf as it is about other things. The most popular golf scenes in this movie revolve around Preston’s character Roger Lexmond winning the PGA Championship. The scenes show Lexmond giving advice to others about golf. The film’s misleading title, however, is what kept it from receiving a better score on IMDb.

Follow the Sun had the potential to be a decent movie in its own right, but its score reflects the fact that it grossly misrepresented golf. It is not a movie that golfers would watch to learn interesting facts about the sport. Instead, one would want to watch this movie to catch glimpses of real-life golf pros.

2. Dorf's Golf Bible

Our rating: 8 / 10

Dorf's Golf Bible

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Pros:

  • Provides a general overview of the game
  • A bonus for new golfers is learning the terminology
  • Comprehensive
  • Easy to understand
  • Inexpensive
  • Clear and easy to understand graphics
  • Came with a few free gifts
  • Good intro to golf
  • Every aspect of the game is covered in great detail

Cons:

  • Somewhat outdated instruction
  • Repeats a lot of the same concepts
  • Slow to start
  • Beginners may not feel motivated to continue
  • Outdated graphics and equipment

The Dorf's Golf Bible is a great educational tool for any golfer.

It's a general overview of the game.

It explains the different rules and how to apply them.

3. From the Rough

Our rating: 8 / 10

From the Rough

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Pros:

  • Teaches us about the sport with fun and humor
  • Well-casted for characters
  • Beautiful scenery
  • It is great at describing a golf game
  • Shows us that golf is not all that serious
  • The film teaches us not to be afraid to fail.
  • Great for all ages

Cons:

  • Ends abruptly on a cliffhanger
  • Could have used a little more humor
  • Some of the scenes are a bit goofy
  • Story is not that original
  • Could have used more character and plot development

4. The Caddy

Our rating: 8 / 10

The Caddy

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Pros:

  • Caddyshack-esque humor and best golf movie stereotypes
  • Stars George Burns and Jack Lemmon

Cons:

  • Plot is a bit contrived as it follows a youngster who has nothing to do with the golf course other than he has been given a caddy for his birthday.
  • The golf in the movie is instantly forgettable.

(George Burns, Jack Lemmon, Carolyn Jones, Marilyn Monroe, Dean Martin)

The Caddy is a low-budget black and white movie released by MGM in 1953. It stars comedy legends George Burns, Jack Lemmon, and Marilyn Monroe. This is a very quirky representation of the golf world. The plot revolves around a man who has to caddy for a seasoned pro during a tournament.

Burns is George Spangler, the president of the fictional Taitan Country Club, which is run down like almost every other public golf course today. Lemmon is Peanuts, a rookie and rookie caddy who is assigned to Spangler during the tournament.

5. Bad Golf Made Easier

Our rating: 8 / 10

Bad Golf Made Easier

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Pros:

  • The benefits of physical comedy.
  • Doesn’t have much depth or a compelling premise.

This may seem like an odd addition to the golf instructional genre, but it’s actually a funny movie! Monty Python’s Eric Idle stars as Guy Cuthbert, an incredibly dim, but charming man who is a terrible golfer. He moves in to the home of the Earl of Trent and his wife, a snobby type.

They complain to the golfer’s association that they can’t relax in the presence of a terrible player, and Guy is sent to a golf school to learn the basics.

As luck would have it, the Earl and wife also visit the school, and they assume it is geared towards very bad golfers who are angry and violent. They show up, and the absurd humor begins. It’s actually a really funny movie.

6. The Greatest Game Ever Played

Our rating: 7 / 10

The Greatest Game Ever Played

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Pros:

  • Ensemble cast
  • Excellent cinematography

With its lush landscapes of Scotland and stunning cinematography, this is easily one of the best golf movies ever made. It’s not too often that a golf movie becomes a box-office success, but this is one of the few films on our list that did just that.

Russell Hunter, Ben Cross, Bill McKinney and Peter O’Toole all give truly outstanding performances in their roles. The film chronicles a young golfer’s quest to play in the U.S. Open. His dreams are on the verge of being crushed because of a shady gambling deal gone bad. As an unfortunate consequence, a man was shot and killed at the golf course. But while public opinion is completely turned against the Scotsman, a group of American golf-legends vouch for his character and wish him to play in the upcoming U.S. Open.

7. Tin Cup

Our rating: 7 / 10

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Jimmy’s handicap is a double bogey. When he’s not trying to explain things away with his golfing buddies, he’s stealing glances at everything about her – from her breasts to her golf shoes. She’s never had to create a spot on her schedule that she uses to hit balls, or write a letter to the pro shop owner requesting half a dozen pink balls to close her week.

In fact, she can’t remember the last time she took a few swings to clear her head. But Alice is doing just that – and her problem is a drive like a knuckleball that fades towards the water.

This contradiction of greatness and normalcy is what makes Tin Cup such a quirky and endearing film. It’s also why it’s the best golf movie ever made – including all the movies on this list.

8. Happy Gilmore

Our rating: 7 / 10

Happy Gilmore

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Rating: 9 out of 10

Premise: Adam Sandler is a hockey player-turned-golf-player who happens to be a complete hack, until he gains the ability to hit a hole-in-one with just about every swing. He becomes a phenomenon in professional golf, but must put aside his violent tendencies to compete at an elite level.

Review: Dumb but hilarious, Happy Gilmore is the best sports movie Adam Sandler ever made. He’s so shitty at golf that he breaks his own putter over his knee, yet he’s good enough to tee off against the legendary Ben Crenshaw. From the time he first picks up a golf club to the very end, this movie is just so much fun to watch.

9. Bobby Jones: Stroke of Genius

Our rating: 7 / 10

Bobby Jones: Stroke of Genius

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Pros:

  • Easy to follow, but compelling story
  • Stunning visual effects
  • Accurate portrayal of golf history
  • Stands out because of its historical accuracy

Cons:

  • Some romance angles may turn off some
  • Came out in 2001, is not current

Bobby Jones: Stroke of Genius tells the tale of the legendary golfer Bobby Jones. It follows his story starting from 1908, where he claims the U.S. Amateur Championship at the age of 18. As the film progresses we get more insight into Jones’ character, athleticism (and later coaching), and golf course design abilities. The film shows him achieving his three Grand Slams, winning both the Open Championships of 1930 and 1931, and the U.S. Amateur titles in 1930 and 1934, while also winning the British Amateur once in 1925 and the U.S. Amateur three times in 1916, 1923, and 1930. He also dominated the Senior’s circuit, winning nine U.S. Opens in a row from 1937 to 1946.

The film doesn’t hold back on the hardship of Jones’ life, including his failed golf course design business, and his early projects with the pool construction company he formed with his brother, and his real estate firm.

10. The Legend of Bagger Vance

Our rating: 7 / 10

The Legend of Bagger Vance

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What’s your favorite golf movie?

It might not be on this list of the best golf movies of all time, but it very well should be.

The movie has four stars and praise isn’t just reserved for the movie in general, but also specific aspects of it, such as Matt Damon’s portrayal of Rannulph Junah, his caddie.

11. Golf in the Kingdom

Our rating: 7 / 10

Golf in the Kingdom

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Pros:

  • Dizzying number of stellar actors
  • Subzero scenery
  • Superb soundtrack
  • Greg Kinnear’s best performance
  • Pajama-wearing caddies
  • All you need to know about golf

Cons:

  • A bit slow, despite its brisk 88-minute running time
  • Not for those who don’t like golf

Well, this is one breathtaking example of golf movie. But many long time fans say that it's not only about golf. It's about the game's spiritual traditions. It's about why we play and the role that religion can play in the modern world. It's about the tragedies of modern life and the healing powers of love. It's about a zen master, some creepy drug smugglers, and the confused layman who goes out of his way to understand.

Some people like to think of it as a golf flick. Others love to designate it as a moving journey that takes place on the golf course. If you are fond of golf, you will see that the story is more than about a single golfer. It's a story that can be traced with many universal lines.

12. Caddyshack

Our rating: 7 / 10

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Back in 1980, Bill Murray starred in the now classic Caddyshack. If you haven’t watched this Golf movie in a while, I suggest you re-watch it, as it still hold up well. If you haven’t seen it before here’s the premise: The story follows a snooty country club golfer who is forced into caddying for a washed-up golf whiz as part of a summer-long expulsion from college.

Bill Murray plays the caddy, while his boss, played by Chevy Chase, resorts to sabotage and crazy antics to protect his position as club champion. This movie is quotable and really has all the essentials for a funny comedy. I highly suggest you check it out.

13. Swing Away

Our rating: 7 / 10

Swing Away

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Pros:

  • Interesting plot
  • Good supporting cast
  • Decent golf cinematography

Cons:

  • Mediocre performances
  • Stilted dialogue
  • Terribly timed score

Well, I finally got around to watching this one, and it had a couple of high points, but I found it mostly boring and downright difficult to watch. I found many aspects irritating including the incredibly unoriginal cliched dialogue, the plodding pace, and the cheesy score.

The cinematography is good, but the golf shots for the most part look overly dramatic and staged, and the greens are pretty bad looking.

The acting was poor in this film which is a shame. The international appeal of this "film" is the biggest thing I see, and that's a shame, because they could have had a much better film.

14. Uneven Fairways : The Story of the Negro Leagues of Golf

Our rating: 7 / 10

Uneven Fairways : The Story of the Negro Leagues of Golf

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Pros:

  • Explores an untold story
  • Opens your eyes to previous obstacles
  • Reviews suggest the movie doesn’t prioritize performance
  • Historical inaccuracies result in an average customer experience

Cons:

  • Tale should be told, but it’s not that great of a film
  • From the producers of the “Caddyshack” movie (stars: Bill Murray, Ted Knight, Michael O'Keefe, Rodney Dangerfield)
  • Buyers report that the movie is not worth the price

Of all the films in golf genre, “Uneven Fairways” is clearly a standout. It’s a compelling tale of African American golfers who played on the PGA Tour during the 1940’s and 50’s. The movie touches on some significant issues facing the Black community during that era.

According to the “Los Angeles Times,” “Uneven Fairways” is a movie that dares to chart the challenging journey toward racial equality in golf.”

15. The Founders

Our rating: 6 / 10

The Founders

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Pros:

  • Creatively built to feature impressive overhead shots
  • The cast includes popular stars Michael Douglas and Kevin Costner
  • Spectacular set design
  • Uplifting tale based on a true story

Cons:

  • The movie is slow at times
  • There’s a lot of golfing shots
  • Not the best golf movie on the list

Taking into account the spectacular set design and the impressive overhead shots that were creatively created to revolve around golfing, we have rated this movie with a 3.5 out of 5 stars.

This movie is about a rising golf star who joins a team of amateur golfers to make an amazing comeback. Little does he know, the stakes he’s playing for are much higher than the actual match.

The Founders’ Prayer is all about the importance of family and values. The movie is uplifting and shows how to face life’s challenges no matter how daunting. The actors playing the lead roles perfectly portray their roles in the story. The movie has received mixed reviews, but despite the ratings it has received, it is still a movie worth watching.

16. Seve: The Movie

Our rating: 6 / 10

Seve: The Movie

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Pros:

  • Heartfelt documentary
  • Standout Material
  • Appeals to a broad audience with its subjects
  • Well edited

We really enjoyed this heartfelt documentary about the late Seve Ballesteros. The film follows Ballesteros’ life and career from his childhood in Spain, to his rise as one of the best professional golfers of his time.

It features interviews with Ballesteros, his family, his counterparts, and his fans. The interviews are broken up with tasteful matches from his games and tournaments. The material is all given equal focus.

There is a lot to cover about Ballesteros’s life, and the film covers it all. You will see him play tournaments, interact with his fellow players, compete with the media, lose everything, and even lose his wife of 20 years. The film closes with a heartfelt acceptance speech Ballesteros gave towards his partner before dying.

17. Caddyshack 2

Our rating: 6 / 10

Caddyshack 2

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Golf movies, as we have seen off late, are high in demand for the addicts of this wonderful sport! However, it is not fair to prefer one film over the other because all of them have made their own space in the hearts of golf fans and television fans. But we have to agree that there are some that have filled that space more than the others.

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18. Tommy's Honour

Our rating: 6 / 10

Tommy's Honour

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19. Dorf on Golf/Dorf's Golf Bible

Our rating: 6 / 10

Dorf on Golf/Dorf's Golf Bible

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Pros:

  • The best golf film ever made
  • Quirky story line
  • Humorous, yet still informative
  • Burt Reynolds' iconic performance
  • Features legendary country singer George Jones

Cons:

  • Supporting cast makes the film drag in places
  • Story feels a bit long-winded

Dorf on Golf is certainly among the best golf movies, but it is even more essential if you happen to be a massive fan of golf in general. I found the film to be humorous, yet informative, but some of the supporting actors to be a bit unbelievable and it feels like the movie drags a bit in certain parts.

But when you have such a legendary cast like Burt Reynolds and George Jones, how can you really go wrong?

20. National Lampoon's Golf Punks

Our rating: 6 / 10

National Lampoon's Golf Punks

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The National Lampoon's series offers a sharp satirical, self-indulgent, and goofy take on a sport beloved by millions. Since the beginning of film a golfing movie has utilized the game's inherent goofiness as a way to offer laughs, and the National Lampoon's series takes it to another level with its raunchy, racy sense humor that you’d expect from the frat house humorists.

In "Golf Punks," the latest addition to the series, we follow a group of underdogs who don't play for tournaments but for their dignity. They're the last team standing in their foursome, offering laughs for the PGA Tour fans and golf comedy hilarity. The film stars the "Key & Peele" team, Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele, along with a cameo by Bill Murray.

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In "Golf Punks," the latest addition to the series, we follow a group of underdogs who don't play for tournaments but for their dignity. They're the last team standing in their foursome, offering laughs for the PGA Tour fans and golf comedy hilarity. The film stars the "Key & Peele" team, Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele, along with a cameo by Bill Murray.

21. Who's Your Caddy

Our rating: 6 / 10

Who's Your Caddy

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Pros:

  • Funny script and decent acting
  • Great cast, including Chris Rock, Mike Epps, and Justin Timberlake
  • On the surface, it doesn’t seem to be about a caddy

Cons:

  • Has a lot of stereotypes and offensive language
  • Seems like an off-color comedy even when you’re not playing golf

Who’s Your Caddy is a comedy that is similar to a lot of Chris Rock’s other stand-up movies in that it’s set in a club and doesn’t feel like a golf comedy at all. It’s a little hard to explain without giving away the plot.

22. A Gentleman's Game

Our rating: 6 / 10

A Gentleman's Game

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Rating: 3.5/5

What is it: A film about the (athletic) exploits of legendary British golfer Harry Vardon, as he struggles with an addiction to gambling, business, and the darker side of human nature. It was based on the book Harry Vardon: A Life in Golf, written by Clive Merrison.

Bottom line: This is really a more of a TV movie than a feature-length film affair. While there are interesting glimpses of Vardon in action, the film simply cannot live up to the hype.

23. The Short Game

Our rating: 6 / 10

The Short Game

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Pros:

  • Enjoyable storytelling
  • Fairly Positive Message
  • Good performances by the actors

Cons:

  • Good, but not great golf scenes
  • Lacks a good villain
  • Some poorly executed comedy bits

24. Seven Days in Utopia

Our rating: 6 / 10

Seven Days in Utopia

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Pros:

  • Strong cast of talented actors
  • Positive and inspiring
  • One of Robert Duvall’s best performances
  • A feel-good movie
  • Considered by many as one of the best golf movies of all time

Cons:

  • Slow and dramatic
  • Not a movie suitable for everyone

The Match is another golfing film on my list that can easily be considered a golf movie classic. This is a film that golf movie nuts will absolutely love.

Set in the present day, things didn’t go so well for Malone (Dennis Quaid) when he lost his PGA card in ill-fated circumstances. With no other options, this once golfing legend has to work as a greens keeper in a local course.

However, one day he is able to put up a pretty convincing effort in a friendly match against the Farr Runner (Josh Duhamel) from a US Open qualifier. And that’s how this former legend is able to get a second chance to make a comeback!

25. The Squeeze

Our rating: 5 / 10

The Squeeze

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Pros:

  • Single location thriller
  • Stellar cast
  • Brilliant dialogue
  • Excellent suspense scenes

Cons:

  • Less humour than usual
  • Routine plot points
  • Not exceptional use of Florida scenery

Golf playing mechanic and caddy Al (Richard Crenna) is planning to skydive via a homemade parachute when his wife Edith (Lee Purcell) objects. She wants him to go for a safer method of traveling, namely golf.

So Al decides to take a wild drive on a golf cart instead, which leads to a couple of bushwhacking hijinks in the Florida wilderness. He picks up hitchhiker Chuck (Wayne Newton) who is eager to play a round of golf. In addition, Edith starts to get worried about Al’s whereabouts, as nobody seems to have heard from him.

The Squeeze is a decent film. There are a few too many plot holes for the story to reach its full potential, though. Even without those plot contrivances it is still enjoyable albeit in a fairly standard way.

26. Birdie & Bogey

Our rating: 5 / 10

Birdie & Bogey

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Pros:

  • Relevant, timeless humor
  • Ideal for golf novices

Cons:

  • Some of the jokes fall flat
  • Comedy is hit and miss

This hilarious film from the 1980s is like Caddyshack of the golf world. Written by Lloyd Dobler himself, John Hughes, his son has written a pitch-perfect spoof of a more innocent time in golf.

The jokes and the effects have not held up as well as Caddyshack, but all the great characters have their time in the sun. Comes with two discs full of special features. Not on DVD? Get the video-on-demand version!

27. Dead Solid Perfect

Our rating: 5 / 10

Dead Solid Perfect

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Pros:

  • Hilarious
  • Face-paced
  • Stan Eldon is awesome

Cons:

  • Clichéd
  • Somewhat dull dialogue

This film is about three friends whose friendship takes a tragic twist when Donald Light loses his wife to stranger’s bullets to his heart. As they mourn the loss of their friend and Tom’s mother, they find a common bond in an old scoreboard that they decide to work on together.

It’s not a terribly complex story, but the film’s energy and pace keeps the film moving. You won’t be distracted by confusing plot lines – the film speaks for itself and is just goodness from start to finish.

It’s a great date movie because the dialogue is smart enough to keep your logical mind engaged, yet it’s fast-paced enough to keep you from getting bored. It also has some laughs and a few twists.

28. The Foursome

Our rating: 4 / 10

The Foursome

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Pros:

  • The Foursome is just plain cute and fun.
  • Particularly appealing for women of a certain age.
  • A chance to see Billy Bob Thornton in his pre-Sling Blade and pre-Friday Night Lights days.
  • A story about friendship that could come from any era.
  • The cast is just fantastic, from Judge Reinhold and Marilu Henner to Tim Reid and Bruce Bohneern (aka the scuba diver from Breaking Away).
  • A little bit of smarmy humor is always a welcome addition.
  • Laughs come from the skills of the actors, not just the writing. This was before the days of clumsy, over-scripted, clumsily scripted comedies that make you groan with their clumsiness.

Cons:

  • The Foursome is an enjoyable comedy, but it doesn’t have the work ethic to push it beyond that.
  • Bottomline: The Foursome is a neat little comedy that takes an interesting look at friendship, love, and golf.

Above all else, The Foursome can be described as fresh, funny and surprising.

29. The Boys of Sunset Ridge

Our rating: 4 / 10

The Boys of Sunset Ridge

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The Boys of Sunset Ridge is a true golfing underdog story. After being turned down by a prestigious golf school, Troy Scheffler and Patrick Clark are recruited for a chance to play in the US Open qualifying tournament at the country club they normally play at for fun.

The two are forced to befriend the snooty members of the club who look down upon them because of their lower-class, blue collar backgrounds. Despite their varying lifestyles and upbringings, the two manage to bond over their shared love of golf.

The Boys of Sunset Ridge is one of my all-time favorite golf movies because it shows the difficulties that golfing can cause when it comes to differences in social and economic classes among players. It perfectly balances the pros and cons of the game in a way that is entertaining.

30. The Back Nine

Our rating: 3 / 10

The Back Nine

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Pros:

  • Inexpensive
  • Easy To Use and Install
  • Bag Trolley For Easy Storage

Cons:

  • That It’s Short
  • Not Much For Beginners
  • Lacks Presentation

This has to be one of the most inexpensive golf games we’ve come across. We love the graphics and feel of the game. Also, it’s incredibly easy to use and install. It’s great for a family outing, and helps beginners to the sport. The only thing we don’t like about this golf course is that it’s a bit too short for long-time gamers. Plus, there’s not much there for the intro gamer either.

The various layouts of the golf course include a small practise course, a large championship course, and an enviably lush terrain golf course. The graphics are beautiful, the gameplay is smooth, and the general feel is professional.

Overall, it’s a simple game for beginners. It’s simple and will last a couple rounds. The golf course is ideal for mid-range shots. It plays like a real game, not like an arcade title.

31. Becoming Redwood

Our rating: 3 / 10

Becoming Redwood

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Pros:

  • Free on Xbox Live and Playstation Network
  • Easy to learn
  • Good story
  • Great graphics
  • Addictive gameplay

Cons:

  • Some may find the game to be too easy
  • Uninspired controls

The Becoming Redwood is an interesting game, in that it feels like a throwback to a different time. It’s strategic and challenging. The great graphics and decent sound work really well. While some people may find the story to be somewhat dull, I found it to be one of the most interesting parts of the game.

The practice modes are excellent, and they allow you to get used to the controls pretty quickly. There are a few modes in which you can play as your created character, taking them through a typical round on a course. The story mode is really the more fun of the two modes, though.

The graphics in the game are really well done, and you can really get a feel for the terrain and courses. It’s not overly detailed, but it does have a nice, clean look that works well. The sound effects are okay, but they could have been better.

32. Blades

Our rating: 3 / 10

Blades

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This wasn't the first pairing of Will Ferrell and Jon Heder. They had done so previously in "Starsky & Hutch," but to me, this paring of a disgraced figure skater and a former ice hockey player is the more successful of the latter two.

Gretchen, played by Amy Poehler, and Jimmy MacElroy, portrayed by Will Ferrell, are figure skaters who have been banned from the sport for taking off their intricate outfits in public. Jimmy's brother Dave, portrayed by co-writer Josh Gray works to get them back into the sport. To do so, he has to get them to come out of retirement after a brutal encounter at the U.S. National Figure Skating Championships.

The film follows their comeback and a romantic relationship that develops between Jimmy and Gretchen.

33. Bad Golf My Way

Our rating: 3 / 10

Bad Golf My Way

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Pros:

  • Funny slice-of-life golf movie
  • Directed by the late great golfer Johnny Miller
  • Many Hollywood stars, including Dan Aykroyd, and Bruce Willis

(Golfer Cult Films) [Import] (Paramount Pictures)

Five Time Major Champion and Golf Hall of Fame member Johnny Miller, who won 11 PGA Tournaments, takes us on a comedic journey through some of the worst golf mishaps and on-course predicaments ever caught on camera.

From getting nailed in the crotch with a golf ball to hitting a 3/4-inch high bunker divot with his face, Miller takes us all the way up to 1997 when he wins the US Senior Open at The Olympic Club in San Francisco.

Conclusion

We had a hand in making this list, so we hope it will be useful for you in deciding what you might want to add to your Netflix queue or what you might be interested in renting the next time you head to the movie store. We’ve covered everything from ones about legends to ones about the beautiful game of golf. From comedies and dramas to action flicks and documentaries, we’ve got all the best movies of your favorite golf streaming services, the latest, and more.

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