Where was the movie Tin Cup filmed in Kingwood?
Kingwood Country Club is comprised of five courses (Island, Lake, Marsh, Forest and Deerwood). Scenes for “Tin Cup” were shot on the Forest Course and Deerwood, as well as at the Kingwood clubhouse for the bar scene, where Costner won a bet by knocking a pelican off its roost.
What is the Tin Cup tournament?
An annual golf tournament located in Charlotte, NC that benefits the American Cancer Society is named the "Tin Cup Tournament.". It is the American Cancer Society’s largest single-day golf event in the Carolinas. Play is always on the second Monday of August. 2004 REMAX World Long Drive Champion, David Mobley, is an annual celebrity guest.
What is the 18th hole in Tin Cup?
The par-5 18th hole of the US Open, which is featured in the movie’s iconic climactic sequence, is really Deerwood’s par-4 fourth hole. So, where did the movie Tin Cup take place?
What golf course was used in the movie Tin Cup?
The Forest Course and Deerwood were used in scenes for “Tin Cup,” as well as the Kingwood clubhouse for a bar scene in which Costner won a wager by knocking a pelican from its roost. The par-5 18th hole of the US Open, which is featured in the movie’s iconic climactic sequence, is really Deerwood’s par-4 fourth hole.