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367. Loopers - The Caddie's Long Walk; movie review

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Cert PG
80 mins
BBFC advice: Contains mild sex references

What better time to watch a story about the evolution of caddies than on a flight out to Portugal to play four days of golf?
Yep, Mrs W and I love our golf and so we were adjourning with friends to the Algarve for some of our favourite game in the warm October sunshine.
However, what we didn't have was someone telling us how to play properly.
Jason Baffa's film suggests that is where we are going wrong and that our respective handicaps would hurtle down if we had a clever word in our ears.
Loopers gives a fascinating insight into the history of caddying - from the days when many were drunks who could be found in a ditch to the modern-day caddie schools where young people aspire to earn megabucks holding the bags of the top stars.
One of golf's most interesting aspects is that anyone can play on the very best courses - as long they are willing to pay.
So, as a 13-handicapper, I can book a round and pay for a caddie to tell me how to improve my game.
Modern caddies are interviewed and tell how looking after such tourists can often be just as rewarding as helping the pros.
Baffa's film is narrated by Bill Murray who was a golf caddie when he was younger.
It is mainly centred on Ireland, Scotland and America from where almost all of the great caddies hail.
And there are some great anecdotes from old sages at some spectacular courses.
The thread which struck a chord the most with me surrounds the work of men with colour in helping some of the very best golfers achieve their goals.
Interestingly, at Augusta, the competitors were not allowed to bring their own caddies until the early 1980s, having to take the local, almost entirely black help.
The advice of these men turned out to be essential in tournament victories. Indeed, those caddies were considered to be among the best in the world.
I could go on and on about my passion for golf but the best I can say about Baffa's documentary is that it made me want to find a course with a caddie and let them loose on improving my game.
That would be a test for the best of them.

Reasons to watch: If you are a golf addict like me
Reasons to avoid: If you have no interest in golf

Laughs: None
Jumps: None
Vomit: None
Nudity: None
Overall rating: 8/10

Did you know? According to Forbes magazine, in 2006, Steve Williams, then caddying for Tiger Woods, earned $1.27 million.

Final word. Jason Baffa: "Much of what ends up in the film is this athletic relationship where someone's inside the ropes but they have so much input as far as strategy and emotional help and whatever that player needs. And I couldn't really think of any other relationship like that in athletics."

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