Best Golf Movies


  • Caddyshack

    Caddyshack (R, 1980)

    Chevy Chase, Rodney Dangerfield, Ted Knight, Michael O'Keefe, Bill Murray
    An elite country club has to deal with a brash new member and a gopher intent on destroying their be... read moreloved golf course.
    • SamuelCarl318
      SamuelCarl318: In a movie about nothing but golf it's a staple in America's pop culture and is a damn funny movie.
      Reviewed 11 days days ago
    • fb1087124427
      fb1087124427: Is this the definitive golf movie? Of an era but still funny. Bill Murray's best film. Rewards regular rewatching. Somewha
      Reviewed 18 months days ago
    • fb610041010
      fb610041010: A funny golf movie, but idolized way too much for its own good.
      Reviewed 20 months days ago
  • The Greatest Game Ever Played

    The Greatest Game Ever Played (PG, 2005)

    Shia LaBeouf, Stephen Dillane, Josh Flitter, Peyton List, Elias Koteas
    The true story of an upset victory that helped change the sport of golf forever provides the basis f... read moreor this period drama. Francis Ouimet (played by Shia LaBeouf) was born in 1893 to a working-class family in Massachusetts, and grew up fascinated by golf. However, at that time golf was considered a pastime of the wealthy and privileged, and British and Scottish players dominated the professional game. Ouimet's familial home was near the Brookline, MA, Country Club, and over the stern objections of his father, Francis got a job there as a caddy. Honing his skill in his spare time, Francis displayed a tremendous natural talent for the game and an understanding of its strategies, and 1913 he became the first amateur to play in the U.S. Open, held at the Brookline Country Club. Ouimet's presence was considered little more than a novelty at the time; Harry Vardon (Stephen Dillane), a British champion with six tournament victories under his belt, was considered a shoo-in to win, with Ted Ray (Stephen Marcus) his only serious competition. However, Vardon, a fellow working-class boy who had overcome tuberculosis to become Britain's premier professional golfer, had more in common with Ouimet than anyone expected, and the tournament unexpectedly became a hard-fought competition between an established star and a promising unknown. Directed by Bill Paxton in his second directorial effort, The Greatest Game Ever Played also stars Elias Koteas as Francis' father, Josh Flitter as the ten-year-old boy who becomes Francis' caddy, and Peyton List as Sarah Wallis, Francis' sweetheart. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi
    • fb1526363679
      fb1526363679: . But what seperates this from other sports films is the sport itself, golf. I play golf once and a while and it was nice to see a sports film that wasn't football or bas
      Reviewed 2 years days ago
    • fb669785494
      fb669785494: Paxton's "The Greatest Game Ever Played" was an exceptional film for golfers, sports fanatics, sports historians, and anyone looking for an inspirational tale of an Amer
      Reviewed 2 years days ago
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      fb100000846821270: . Dillane plays a great Vardon. You'll have to at least enjoy golf to enjoy this. *SPOILER* By the way, Ouimet won by like 5 strokes...not one.
      Reviewed 2 years days ago
  • Happy Gilmore

    Happy Gilmore (PG-13, 1996)

    Adam Sandler, Christopher McDonald, Carl Weathers, Julie Bowen, Frances Bay
    Adam Sandler's second popular starring vehicle after Billy Madison is a goofy lowbrow paean to golf,... read more hockey, and the comic hysterics of its childlike star. In Happy Gilmore, Sandler plays the title character, a raw, determined, but ultimately untalented hockey player who keeps trying out for the pros. When Happy discovers his grandmother (Frances Bay) will lose her home if she doesn't fork over 270,000 dollars to the IRS, he tries to figure out how he can possibly scrounge up the cash. An idea strikes during a game of one-upmanship with a couple furniture movers stripping his grandmother's home: On his first-ever swing, he drives a golf ball farther than the movers have ever seen. Before long, he has transplanted the foul-mouthed, aggressive persona of the hockey rink to the links, winning an amateur tourney that earns him a spot on the pro tour. Throttling everyone from a helpless caddy to game show host Bob Barker during the course of his 90-day quest to amass prize money, Happy also wins the sport a legion of new fans with his in-your-face style. Guiding him on his quest is a whimsical retired pro who lost his hand to an alligator (Carl Weathers) and an attractive public relations woman charmed by Happy's antics (Julie Bowen). Opposing him, however, is sneering hotshot Shooter McGavin (Christopher McDonald), who will do anything to win his championship jacket and see Happy fail. ~ Derek Armstrong, Rovi
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      fb1411862464: Only Adam Sandler can pull of playing a hockey turned Golf player
      Reviewed 3 months days ago
    • georgekelly26
      georgekelly26: there are quite a few stupid, toilet jokes that fall flat, but there are some laughable moments and golf players will certainly enjoy it.
      Reviewed 5 months days ago
    • tylermationgmailcom
      tylermationgmailcom: . This film gave me a whole different look of golf, and gave me many moments to remember. Though, some parts were slow and cheesy, this is a film
      Reviewed 49 days days ago
  • Tin Cup

    Tin Cup (R, 1996)

    Kevin Costner, Rene Russo, Cheech Marin, Don Johnson, Dennis Burkley
    Roy McAvoy (Kevin Costner) is a talented golf pro, who owns his own driving range. That sounds impre... read moressive, but the reality is quite different. While it's true that Roy is indeed a talented golfer and does own a driving range, it is in a tiny, unheard of Texas backwater. With almost no customers, he is likely to go broke. His golfing talents remain untapped and his life is rapidly going nowhere. To pass the time, he drinks a lot of beer with his buddies, or swings at a bucket of balls. Sometimes, he even plays real golf, and his friend and assistant Romeo (Cheech Marin) caddies for him. That's all there is for Roy, until he is wakened from his deathlike reverie by a visit from a newcomer in town, psychologist Molly Griswold (Renee Russo). Teaching her how to swing a club reminds him of feelings he had nearly forgotten. Discovering that she is the girlfriend of his old golfing rival, David Simms (Don Johnson), goads him yet further, and he returns to the PGA golf tour to compete in the U.S. Open. Maybe he'll get Molly for himself, maybe not, but in the meantime he has some things to prove to himself. ~ Clarke Fountain, Rovi
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      fb512631295: The best golf movie ever made, not that there have been many good golf movie, but still, this is the best one
      Reviewed 2 years days ago
    • fb1087124427
      fb1087124427: My second choice for the best golf movie of all time after Caddyshack. Rene Russo is great, Kevin Costner gives a nicely judged pe
      Reviewed 2 years days ago
    • fb100001092752191
      fb100001092752191: Classic golf film. Good chemistry between Kevin and Rene.
      Reviewed 19 months days ago
  • The Legend of Bagger Vance

    The Legend of Bagger Vance (PG-13, 2000)

    Will Smith, Matt Damon, Charlize Theron, Bruce McGill, Joel Gretsch
    Set against the backdrop of a golf tournament in 1930's Georgia where a white war hero is competing ... read morefor the championship with the help of his black caddie, Bagger Vance, who possesses the secret of the perfect swing.
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      fb17818300: It's movies like this that remind me why I love golf (and sports in general) so much.
      Reviewed 4 months days ago
    • tonyguyan
      tonyguyan: .
      An ex amateur golfer has the world at his feet & promises great things in the world of golf but sadly the war to e
      Reviewed 17 months days ago
    • fb41000066
      fb41000066: . Or the stakes could've been raised a little more and other than Matt Damon trying to get his golf swing back. I did predict what was going on rather early but I'm sure that was the intent from
      Reviewed 2 years days ago