Genre: Romantic Golf Comedy.


Puddy McFadden - License to Golf is the tale of one-time PGA great McKenzie (Puddy) McFadden who gets a second chance to restore his PGA dominance while fighting through a crippling, ancient Scottish curse.  


“Curses, I don’t believe in no stinking curses!”


Puddy puts the final nail in his “politically-incorrect” career while disqualifying himself from the PGA professional golf circuit. While hosting the high-profile Woman’s PGA Championship, Puddy uses the national television venue to announce his cherished plans to build a high-end, exclusive "Men's  Only" country club. Puddy's fateful words become the ship's plank he's condemned to walk. Eventually located over-lording a rundown, weed-infested miniature golf course, one-time manager and con-man, Melvin Dealer forwards the fallen-golf-god a direct invitation to the Pro-Am Viagra Classic – Puddy's last chance to redeem his career and reputation.


“But writing checks with the mind a body can’t cash proves troublesome on the doglegs."


Having lost his dominant swing, Puddy’s comeback prospects look bleak. While bruising debtors are hot on Melvin’s tail, a bitter competitor reappears to confront Puddy, the future of an estranged son lies in the balance, where nine errant-juveniles are placed into his care by way of a latest court order and a budding romance heading for the trash-heap, Puddy's eventually greeted by the source of his actual woes i.e., the cursed apparitions of his Scottish past – Grizzly 1,000 year-old Ancient Highlanders. Provided the sequence to break the dreaded McTiernan burden, Puddy reunites the clans, sinks an astonishing 60-foot putt and breaks the century's old curse placed upon him and that of his ancestors. 


“Living large just under par".