(1970). Was on TPTV earlier today. A little golfing almost silent British comedy short film I’ve never come across before.
Essentially a film of a golf match between a vicar and a police inspector. Filmed at a less than manicured Foxhills GC starring many of the usual British comedy film bunch of the time - Eric Sykes, Jimmy Edwards, Harry Secombe, Hattie Jacques, Kenneth Conner et al.
Is it funny? Well in a very British slapstick style of the time I guess it probably was…and today maybe it is quite…though it contained a couple of what today would be considered probably verging unacceptable (in a Benny Hill-ish way) characterisations. That aside…a bit of a golfing curiosity…never mind the golf clubs being used by the vicar character (of a sort that would interest @Crow
and his vintage golf ilk)