Biopic of legendary golf champion "Young" Tommy Morris (Jack Lowden), who won the British Open as a teen in 1868 despite his father's fervent belief that their family was too lower-class to play the sport at a professional level. The rift between the two men was further widened by Tommy's romance with a woman of whom his parents disapproved (Ophelia Lovibond). Peter Mullan and Sam Neill co-star.~Violet LeVoit
"Far and Sure" Featurette - An intimate Behind-the-Scenes look at the Making of Tommy's Honour, featuring Jordan Spieth
I do not watch golf on TV but give me a good golf hero movie and I'm all for it. This movie is very well done by Director Jason Connery (Sean's son) and boasts a Scottish cast of great actors plus Aussie Sam Neal.
Excellent history of the ST Andrew's course in the mid 1800's.
I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Tommy's Honour is a fantastic movie for the family
You will not find a more enjoyable family movie than this. Especially great for golfers, but non-golfers will love the story.