Originally Posted by BuckeyeNut
I'm a sucker for golf movies as much as the next golf junkie. With that said, I can't say that I'm interested in a movie about Seve. He wasn't exactly a popular player stateside..........
I'm sure if Hollywood gave it their usual treatment they could rewrite the history so that America actually wins the Ryder Cup and then you could all go along and enjoy, celebrate, and believe it. Usually works!!!
Please will someone explain why Seve isn't popular in the USA? I'm struggling to believe it could really have anything to do with him beating you with such frequency in Ryder Cups could it? I mean, the likes of John McEnroe and Jimmy Connors could hardly be described as corinthian in their sporting outlook, but remained hugely popular in the UK