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Volunteers needed for COVID-19 Vaccine Survey



appy Gilmore is an unsuccessful ice hockey player who lacks skills, other than fighting and a powerful slapshot. After yet another failed tryout, Happy learns that his grandmother owes the IRS $270,000 in back taxes and that she has 90 days to pay off the past due balance on her mortgage, or her house will be auctioned off.

Two movers repossessing Happy's grandmother's furniture challenge him to a long-drive contest using his grandfather's old clubs. With an unorthodox, slapshot-style swing, Happy hits a ball some 400 yards, winning $40 from the movers. As a result, he starts hustling golfers at the driving range. There, he meets Chubbs Peterson, a club pro and former tour star who lost a hand in an alligator attack. Chubbs urges Happy to enter a local tournament and join the professional golf tour; desperate to get back his grandmother's house, Happy accepts after Chubbs informs him of the significant prize money involved.

Happy wins the local tournament and a spot on the tour, quickly becoming a fan favorite thanks to his long drives and unorthodox antics, such as asking the crowd to cheer during his swing instead of staying quiet. He also meets arrogant pro Shooter McGavin, who disapproves of his lack of golf etiquette. Though Happy has a powerful drive, his putting is terrible, and his bad behavior draws the ire of tour Commissioner Doug Thompson. Public relations head Virginia Venit convinces Thompson not to kick Happy off the tour, citing higher TV ratings and attendance and new sponsorship offers; she promises to help Happy with his anger issues. With Virginia's help, Happy begins to improve his performance and behavior, and the two form a romantic connection.

During the Pepsi pro-am event, Happy plays poorly when Shooter hires a heckler, Donald, to antagonize him, and he and his celebrity partner, Bob Barker, get into a fistfight. Happy is fined $25,000 and suspended from the tour for one month, jeopardizing his chances to save his grandmother's house until Virginia secures him an endorsement deal with Subway. However, the house is auctioned off to a spiteful Shooter, who offers it to Happy on the condition that he agrees to quit golf. Happy initially accepts, but Virginia talks him out of it, telling him that his grandmother would rather see Happy be successful. Happy strikes a deal with Shooter for the upcoming Tour Championship: If Happy wins, Shooter will return the house, but if Shooter wins, Happy will quit.

Happy seeks out Chubbs, who helps him improve his short game by practicing at a miniature golf course. As thanks, Happy presents Chubbs the head of the alligator that bit off his hand, but a startled Chubbs falls out a window to his death.

Now determined to win the Tour Championship for both Chubbs and his grandmother, Happy plays well and leads at the end of the third round. On the final day, Happy seems unstoppable until Donald hits Happy with a car on Shooter's orders, robbing Happy of his long-drive ability. Shooter takes the lead, but Happy rallies after a surprise visit from his grandmother. On the 18th hole, a TV tower damaged earlier by Donald blocks the green, but Happy sinks a miraculous putt to win. Shooter tries to steal the winner's gold jacket but is beaten up by a mob of fans, led by Happy’s imposing ex-boss Mr. Larson. Happy buys back his grandmother's house, sees a vision of a two-handed Chubbs with Abraham Lincoln and the alligator, and celebrates with his grandmother, Virginia and his caddy, Ott

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