Seeds of discontent and disorientation are sown in uncomfortable alcoves all across the film. The narration moves roughly and restlessly from one episode to another. The editing is abysmally patchy. The performances, barring Asif Basra as Ali’s mentor and caddy, are uneven. Nawaz tries hard to appear casual in his golfing avatar. But the effort of embracing on-field elitism cracks open his self-worth. At best Nawaz’s performance is mildly likeable. At worst, it is just plain uninspired.
John P. Cleary | The Herald BulletinWorkers from Cohoat and O'Neal Management Corp. cut, mow, and blow debris from the fairway area as they work on second hole of Cattails Golf Club in Elwood on Tuesday. This view is from what once was the green looking to the south on the hole. The golf management group plans to have the fairways and the greens reseeded later this month on the north nine holes.
In addition to the officially printed rules, golfers also abide by a set of guidelines called . Etiquette guidelines cover matters such as safety, fairness, pace of play, and a player's obligation to contribute to the care of the course. Though there are no penalties for breach of etiquette rules, players generally follow the rules of golf etiquette in an effort to improve everyone's playing experience.