U.S. Kids Golf, based in Norcross, will debut its national release of "The Short Game" on Sept. 20 in 10 markets.
The full-length documentary film was taped during the 2012 U.S. Kids Golf World Championship in North Carolina. It features eight 7-year-old golfing prodigies, as they prepare for the national golf tournament.
The children are from China, France, Philippines, South Africa, and the United States. One is even nick-named "Tigress," after Tiger Woods, one reviewer commented.
"'The Short Game' highlights the best parts of junior golf - the
players' love of the game and their relationships with parents, coaches,
and other players," Dan Van Horn, U.S. Kids Golf President and
"But more than golf, the film is really about life," he added. "All ages and even non-golfers will love this movie."
The movie hits the Atlanta area on Sept. 20 at Phipps Plaza 14 in Buckhead and in Kennesaw at the Barrett Commons 24. Check out the preview on Vimeo.