Utah's Greatest Golf Movies: #17, Who's Your Caddy



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Time to continue our countdown of the greatest golf movies of all time, according to your votes on KSL.com.

Last week , The Three Little Beers that debuted in 1935. Tonight, a little more recent movie, one that tried to hit the young hip audience but didn't quite deliver. Number 17 on or countdown of Greatest Golf Movies Of All time: WHO'S YOUR CADDY from 2007.

Who's your caddy has a fairly familiar cast. James Avery, from Fresh Prince of Bel Air fame.

Jeffrey Jones, who played principal Rooney in Ferris Buehlers Day Off.

But the main character is rapper 'big Boi' who plays C-Note , a rap Mogul from Atlanta who tries to join a very genteel and traditional country club in the Carolinas.

But C-Note runs into fierce opposition from the clubs 'STAUNCHY' board of directors

So C-Note develops a place to buy the land adjacent to the 17th hole, which he leverages to attain membership.

Well, he eventually becomes a member and his entourage proceeds to bring the rowdy RAP lifestyle to the once quiet country club.

As the club president desperately tries to revoke C-Note's membership, a battle breaks out with the rapper pulling out all the stops to bring down the club's backwards and biased idea's.

The film opened to extremely negative reviews. many critics have deemed this film a "terrible rip-off" of Caddyshack.

The movie bombed at the box office. Didn';t even reach 6 million in earnings and was quickly put on the dvd shelf. So Rod, A lot of movies try to be a classic like Caddyshack , but this one, 'who's Your Caddy' didn't make the grade, but it did make number 17 on our countdown according to our viewers votes on KSL.com. Next week... Number 16... We'll see if it gets any better.

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