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At the end of the game, the King and the Pawn goes into the same box

Tin Cup January 20, 2011

Filed under: Movies — visitor74 @ 1:15 pm

A story about The game of golf. I’m not a golfer but I do play sometimes. It’s hard to give commitment to this game because to play it cost a lot of money and time. But when I do play it, I do enjoy it. As Kevin Costner in this movie said: “golf and sex are two things in the world that you don’t have to be good at it to enjoy it.” How true, right?

This movie is about a man who entered into the US Open tournament to win a girl. Win a girl? That’s a bit childish for a reason to me. But what the heck. The golf games looks good. And Kevin actually did his own acting while golfing in this movie. He looks like a good player.

I like the character of his caddy. Always stands by him and gave good advise. We should have someone like that in our life. Those that knows what is good for us and ever ready to dispense with good advise when we need it. Even though we seldom would want to hear it. That is us as human. We are so engross in our way of thinking that it is hard for us to accept the advise of others. Even though it is actually good for us. And we need that advise. There are times when we need to put our thinking on pause and rely on other people’s advise.

This movie reminds me about the nice feeling of playing golf. The nice feeling when we hit the ball nicely and you can hear the sound of the iron hitting the ball and how the feel gets to your groin, as Kevin said it. Hmm, probably I should hit the driving range back.

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