Fifteen year-old Taylor Collins is a golf legacy. The son of a PGA veteran, the younger brother of a PGA rookie, he has all the talent in the world-but wants nothing to do with golf or the ...
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Fifteen year-old Taylor Collins is a golf legacy. The son of a PGA veteran, the younger brother of a PGA rookie, he has all the talent in the world-but wants nothing to do with golf or the pressure of being the next in line. After Taylor purposely blows his tryout for the school team, his disappointed father takes a drive that ends in a texting-while-driving accident and lands him in a coma. Taylor blames himself and, with the guidance of his brother and the prayer support from his mother Jenny and newfound crush Bailey, makes it his mission to get back on the team and become the first freshman in state history to lead his team to a state championship. Faith, hope, and love bring Taylor and his family closer than ever and he learns that the greatest way to honor his father and his God is to embrace the gifts and talents he was given.Written by
Reasonable film ruined by the clumsy Christian premise
I genuinely started to enjoy this film until the female track athlete clumsily shoehorned in the FCA. Then it was always overshadowed and ruined by the faith based overtones. It could have been a genuinely good film, but ended up being thoroughly up it's own backside. Please remake this with a bigger budget and remove completely the Christian overtones. A good Chrstsian film doesn't even need to mention Christianity, it's implication is far more powerful than actually mentioning it. (think Steve Taylor....). All Christian faith based films are like this. They genuinely turn people away from Christianity. Learn fro this.
54 years a Chrisitian....... Panda
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