Love with the proper (miniature) golfer. Can the daughter of an old school, country club golfer find true love with a man who uses only one club, his putter?
Amber Hayward is the daughter of a wealthy, avid old school country club golfer who is in love with a pro on the golf tour. There’s just one catch. He’s on the Putt-Putt tour – miniature golf. How does she break it to her father and what kind of future can she have with a man who only uses one club, his putter? Zack Ritter, Amber's boyfriend is on the golf tour. No, not the regular tour, the miniature golf tour. The prize money isn't as big, nor the crowds. But you will see some incredible putting. For the last three years, Robert “Bobby” Jones has won the U.S. Mini Golf Championships. Bobby wears a kilt while playing because he's sponsored by a Scottish whiskey company. Zack never has won the big one. His best effort was second place last year. Zack has tried to get his regular golf tour card (four times) but his driving is always suspect. But once he is anywhere near the green however, he is quite deadly. Zack is not dumb, he's just a few hours short of a MBA but quit to concentrate on his golf game. He works at a Lego store in an upscale mall in a wealthy north suburb of Chicago. Spenser Hayward the III, his father and grandfather have long been upstanding members of a prestigious country club. You might say golf runs through their blood. Spenser Hayward's pride and joy are a set of clubs made from the propellers of the Queen Elizabeth 2. Only $16,500 a set. I kid you not. Made from a special marine bronze alloy with the strength and color of platinum with just a tinge of gold. Zack is from a small town in New Hampshire where his mother's land, house and a derelict miniature golf course are in foreclosure. Unless Zack can come up with some big money soon, his mom will lose everything. Donald Trump decides to sponsor the miniature golf tour but combines regular miniature golf with Adventure golf (with crazy obstacles). The purse: $300,000. If Zack could win this tournament it would be more than enough money to save his mom's house. Zack of course, manages to win the tournament in a sudden death playoff against his nemesis, Bobby Jones. Spenser Hayward plays during a bad storm and is struck by lighting but survives. His best friend Casey is not so lucky. Spenser comes away a changed man. He finally accepts Zack for who he is. Spenser decides to melt down his prized set of clubs with the help of a Japanese swordmaker to produce an incredible putter and with Zack’s help, is a runaway hit in the golf world. Zack pays back his mom's mortgage and at the same time rebuilds the miniature golf course with his design and themes in mind. The town is excited. Who knows, maybe there's a another Zack Ritter out there!