I feel it.
I spend more time in the trees|than the squirrels.
Wizard Two? Why not?
I've had five heart attacks|in the last 10 years.
It wasn't that bad. A couple of|doglegs that were more dog than leg.
All in all, it was playable.
Assuming you didn't die|on the second hole.
Went down on the first fairway.
My wife used to ask me|before she passed on:
Why do I play a game that|seems destined to kill me?
It all started back in 1928...
... when I was just a youngster|in Savannah, Georgia.
- Was it 350?|- More like 400 with the roll.
I don't care how good they are.
Junuh could beat them|with his eyes closed.
When I was growing up,|every town had its heroes.
Ours was Rannulph Junuh.
An athlete who was a born winner.
How I wanted to be just like him.
He must sink this shot from 110 yards|to win the championship.
He steps up to the ball.
Can he make this miracle shot?
And he swings!
Fore! Watch your heads!
- Where did that come from?|- I don't know!
There he is!
He won just about everything.
Daughter of the wealthiest man|in Savannah.
It was a patriotic call to arms...
... to fight the war to end all wars.
Junuh and everyone in town|believed it was his destiny...
... to lead the young men of Savannah|into battle.
It was to be his crowning glory.
... for the shock and sorrow|of what was to come.
- Positions.|- Ready, captain.
- Get ready. Positions.|- Ready, sir.
Prepare to advance.
... and unable to face a return|to a hero's welcome...
... Junuh just disappeared.
Hoping to forget...
... and to be forgotten.
She moved on with her life, dedicating|herself to her father's dream.
This is the most magnificent|golf resort on God's earth...
... and I'm building it|here in Savannah.
Krewe Island.|Legacy to my sweet Adele.
And we'd like to use all of you|as our main suppliers.
Thank you, that's quite an honor.
People don't obey, we'll repeal.
We can't repeal the Commandments,|they don't obey that.
Yet no law on the statute book...
Jobs were lost.|Stores and banks were shut for good.
... but it reached every|corner of Savannah.
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