Made for Cable TV movie. A second-string pro golfer desprate for his shot at success tours the country. A realisting view of his adventures (or lack of them) while he tours the country.

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Kenny Lee
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Beverly T. Lee
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Hubert 'Bad Hair' Wimberly
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Janie Rimmer
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Donny Smithern
Larry Riley ...
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Katie Beth Smithern
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Grover Scomer
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Rita
Billy Akin ...
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Blonde
John Durbin ...
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Kate Finlayson ...
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Bob Harrison ...
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Ron Hayes ...
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Made for Cable TV movie. A second-string pro golfer desprate for his shot at success tours the country. A realisting view of his adventures (or lack of them) while he tours the country. Written by K. Rose <rcs@texas.net>

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Written by Hugh McCracken & Don Schlitz
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Is golf really a spectator sport?
2 September 2002 | by (Hollywood, ca) – See all my reviews

You take a big swing with a wood or metal or plastic mallet, a dimpled white ball goes speeding off. There is no one to catch it or try to take it away from you, or prevent you from retrieving it. You walk or ride at a leisurely pace to whack at it again. When you get close to the hole you give it a tiny whack until it falls in. You might get caught in a "trap" or a "hazard" or in the "rough" which to anything but a helpless paraplegic is none of these things.

So what makes it exciting? Money and girls! The latter are very good in this film--the rest, like watching paint dry.


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