3 wins & 5 nominations.
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A drama revolving around characters whose lives are transformed one summer at an exclusive East Coast country club.
Sometimes lessons come from unexpected places.
20 August 2002 (USA)
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A Gentleman's Game
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Timmy Price's house is actually co-writer Tom Coyne's parents' house, where Coyne was living during filming. See more
When Timmy is playing golf with his father and his father is squatting to take a look at his putting line, he say's "Same model putter that Ben Hogan used when he won the Grand Slam". This is historically incorrect because Bobby Jones is the only player to ever win the "Grand Slam". (4 major wins in one season) This happened in 1930 and Bobby Jones retired thereafter. Ben Hogan was one of the best players ever, he came close in 1953 winning 3 out of the 4 majors. He won the Masters, U.S. Open, and The British Open, this is known as the "Hogan Slam" but not the "Grand Slam". See more
Well, maybe I could hit a few balls up here and you could give me some pointers.
Do I *look* like Mr. Miyagi to you? Wax on, wax off. Oh yes, Timmy-san, you hit a few balls, I give you pointers.
References The Karate Kid