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Empire | 'Tommy's Honour' Review

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The hero's inability to swing a club has undermined golfing biopics like Robert Redford's The Legend of Bagger Vance, Rowdy Herrington's Bobby Jones: Stroke of Genius and Bill Paxton's The Greatest Game Ever Played and Peter Mullan and Jack Lowden are no more convincing in this fond memoir of Fife pioneers, Old and Young Tom Morris. But the primitive nature of the hickory-shafted irons and the state of the earliest courses gives the leads some leeway in a father-son study that should have bristled with subtext, given the paternity of director Jason Connery.

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