Roadside Attractions, the premier distributor of independent film, will release Tommy’s Honour, a brand new motion picture that sets the standard for golf films new and old. This unbelievable true story of the tumultuous relationship between Old Tom Morris, played by BAFTA Scotland winner Peter Mullan (WAR HORSE, TRAINSPOTTING), and Young Tommy Morris, played by Jack Lowden (’71, DUNKIRK).
The historical talent and accomplishments of this father son duo have been highly regarded for years, but now they finally get to be honored in the true fashion they both deserve — on the big screen. Now, a worldwide audience can finally see the amazing story of Old and Young Tommy Morris.
Tommy’s Honour will be released in major markets across Arizona in the following cities: Chandler, Mesa, Peoria, Phoenix, and Scottsdale.
The different theatres where Tommy’s Honour will be shown are as listed: Harkins Chandler Fashion Center 20 (Chandler), Superstition Springs 25 (Mesa), Harkins Arrowhead Fountains 18 (Peoria), AMC Desert Ridge 18 (Phoenix), and Shea 14 Theatre (Scottsdale).
Golf and the state of Arizona go hand in hand, which is why Tommy’s Honour will be such a hit in all of the featured cities. Golf fans in Arizona can relate and appreciate the golf history featured in this incredible film because Arizona is a wonderful place to golf all year round, a lot of residents play the game, and it has been an instrumental part of golf history.
Legendary CBS Sportscaster Jim Nantz commented about the film, “Tommy’s Honour is a beautiful tribute to the game. I felt like we were dropped out of a time machine and given the chance “to feel” what golf was like over a century and half ago. For those of us stateside, the extra U in Honour is for YOU to make sure to see this most authentic cinematic achievement.”