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Tin Cup (16-Aug-1996)

Director: Ron Shelton

Writers: John Norville; Ron Shelton

Keywords: Romantic Comedy, Golfing

Roy "Tin Cup" McAvoy is a talented golfer who runs a small town driving range, having given up his pro golf aspirations. He falls for pretty Molly Griswold after she shows up for lessons, but she turns out to be the psychologist girlfriend of his much more successful rival, David Simms. To win Molly's heart, Roy makes an effort at winning the U.S. Open. Perfectly logical. Emphasis of the film is on the love triangle and not the golf. One of Costner's better roles.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Amy Alcott
Golf
22-Feb-1956   Winner of 5 Majors
Kevin Costner
Actor
18-Jan-1955   Dances with Wolves
Fred Couples
Golf
3-Oct-1959   Winner, 1992 Masters Tournament
Steve Elkington
Golf
8-Dec-1962   Winner, 1995 PGA Championship
Peter Jacobson
Actor
24-Mar-1965   Dr. Chris Taub on House
Lee Janzen
Golf
28-Aug-1964   Winner of the US Open, 1993 and 1998
Don Johnson
Actor
15-Dec-1949   Miami Vice, Nash Bridges
Rex Linn
Actor
13-Nov-1956   Det. Frank Tripp on CSI: Miami
John Mahaffey
Golf
9-May-1948   Winner, 1978 PGA Championship
Cheech Marin
Actor
13-Jul-1946   The stoned half of Cheech and Chong
Phil Mickelson
Golf
16-Jun-1970   Winner of 5 Majors
Jerry Pate
Golf
16-Sep-1953   Winner, 1976 US Open
Corey Pavin
Golf
6-Nov-1959   Winner, 1995 US Open
Rene Russo
Actor
17-Feb-1954   Outbreak
Craig Stadler
Golf
2-Jun-1953   The Walrus, winner of 1982 Masters
Ken Venturi
Golf
15-May-1931 17-May-2013 Winner of 1964 US Open

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