Ma'am, I've been called a lot of
things -- but no one's ever
saddled me with that one.
sometime -- the smell of leather,
the sting of a whip...
I'm just a humble golf pro...
You're Roy McAvoy the golf pro? I
pictured something... different.
I have a seven o'clock lesson.
inner demons and self-doubt and
doctor'd you say you were?
I'm a psychologist -- in layman'sterms call me a neo-Jungian, post-
modern Freudian, holistic
She begins unpacking one of her bags, pulling out everygolf gimmick on the market -- swing aid straps to pullyour elbows together, a ball pendulum that hangs fromyour hat, a metal contraption for your feet, etc.
practice in El Paso but I've movedhere now...
of this stuff. He's enchanted and dismayed.
Tin Cup (1996)
Synopsis: Roy McAvoy (Kevin Costner) was a golf pro with a bright future, but his rebellious nature and bad attitude cost him everything. Now working as a golf instructor, he falls for his newest pupil, Dr. Molly Griswold (Rene Russo), a psychiatrist who happens to be the girlfriend of PGA Tour star and Roy's rival, David Simms (Don Johnson). After he is humiliated by Simms at a celebrity golf tournament, McAvoy decides to make a run for the PGA Tour, as well as Molly's heart.