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Golfballs! (1999)

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Conspiracy. Power. Sex. Golf? Ah, the Pennytree Golf Club. 18 holes at its finest. If you played there in the late-70's. Now run-down and nearly deserted, only a few faithful duffers keep ... See full summary »

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Greg Longenhagen ...
Alan Fletcher
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Ned Walker
Christy Tummond ...
Liberty Pennytree
Dan Barkley ...
Simon Roosevelt
Amy Lynn Baxter ...
Barbara Olsen
Naia A. Kelly ...
Pamela Sutter
Philip Stillman ...
Josh Pennytree
Joe Kimble ...
Dwayne Rider
Jay Colligan ...
Steve Shank
John Sheffield ...
Sonar
Matt Regan ...
Beaufort B. Beaufort
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Bill
Travis Otto ...
Ted
Keith Ritter ...
Brian 'Bentwood Golfer'
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Mayor Margaret
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Conspiracy. Power. Sex. Golf? Ah, the Pennytree Golf Club. 18 holes at its finest. If you played there in the late-70's. Now run-down and nearly deserted, only a few faithful duffers keep club owner Josh Pennytree and his drop-dead-gorgeous granddaughter Liberty in business. All the other customers fled to the Bentwood Country Club nearby; awesome to behold, even if it's run by sleazy, stuck-up land baron Simon Roosevelt. Stealing the former Pennytree crowd isn't enough for Simon; he's scheming to take over the Pennytree property for a lucrative condo complex. Liberty gets wise to Simon's scam - and gets fightin' mad. Though Liberty can't compete with deep pockets, she CAN compete with a new staff of gorgeous babes and bold hunks! Scouting the dance and strip clubs and finding the hottest bodies on the beach, Liberty gives Pennytree a new start. New services, guaranteed to do absolutely nothing for your handicap but leave you wanting more. Hot uniforms, massages, and the legendary ... Written by <stevep5200@aol.com>

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A Little Comedy About Golf....And Balls!

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28 December 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

"Golfballs" is really a series of comedy skits rather than a deep and meaningfully scripted story and wasn't produced for an evening of cerebral challenge or serious entertainment….it's about looking at good looking babes running around in a Cart Wash (think car wash for golf carts) all covered in soapy water and almost nothing more! Most of the actors do a credible job, considering the majority, if not all of them, were working for exposure and experience rather than much if any pay.

The cinematography is high grade for a B flick…..which helps to get the film through the weak spots. This reflects the commercial (as in TV commercials) background of the filmmaker, Steve Procko. Music choices match the footage…..another professional touch for a low budget project.

The golf course backgrounds in Florida, help to add a nice back drop….especially, if the film is viewed on a cold winter night! "Golfballs" not only made it to the walls of Blockbuster, but also on late night cable TV in the US and foreign markets.

Lighten up…and laugh a little! Amy Lynn, the female lead, still looks good even after all those years of Howard Stern interviews!


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