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February 19, 2009


Mike Serino

The best golf movie by far is "The Caddy" with Jerry Lewis, Dean Martin, Donna Reed, Ben Hogan, Sam Snead, Byron Nelson, Julius Boros, Jimmy Thompson and Harry Cooper. Dean Martin wants to be a golf pro and his father wants him to be a fisherman. One look at Donna Reed at the local Country Club and you'd want to turn pro too. Jerry Lewis schemes to skip work so he can see Ben Hogan. The scenes with Lewis on roller skates in a department store and hanging from a tree telling Hogan "it's a 9-iron" is a must rewind. Plus "That's Amore" was nominated for an Academy Award as best song (1953).

Number two is "The Greatest Game Ever Played" simply for the fact it's about one of the greatest upsets in all of sports.

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Many beginners simply do not have the patience to continue playing golf and most of the time to leave the game before it really began. It is therefore important that you do not spend much money on golf clubs at first. Thus, even if they keep playing the game, not losing too much money to clubs. Buy golf clubs and cheaper when you start improving your golf game and then buy better.

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