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Film Review - Tommy's Honour


As the golf season arrives with spring, bringing hordes of players to the links for that first sampling of outdoor splendor, the producers of “Tommy’s Honour” have decided to celebrate the yearly awakening with a golf story of the their own. A bio-pic of Young Tom Morris, a professional golfer from Scotland, the picture desires to return viewers to the early days of the sport, where attendee aggression was more of a powder keg situation, and wagering was the real test of skill, making or losing a fortune over a single putt. Movies about golf are few and far between, making “Tommy’s Honour” a bit of a novelty, but one that takes the sport seriously, attempting to shine a spotlight on one of its greatest players, while his father, Old Tom Morris, was one of golf’s first visionaries. Read the rest at


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