Al Czervik: Oh, this is the worst-looking hat I ever saw. What, when you buy a hat like this I bet you get a free bowl of soup, huh? Oh, it looks good on you though.
The scene where Ty is practicing late at night before the big game and "plays thru" at Carl's place was actually filmed after the movie had already wrapped and was largely improvised. The film makers thought a scene with Chevy Chase, who had left Saturday Night Live after the first season, with Bill Murray, who had replaced Chase in the second season, would be a nice comical touch, so they added one (literally) at the last minute. See more...
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Continuity: When Lacy visits Ty at his house, Ty offers her a drink. As he leaves the bar area he has the Perrier bottle and bottle opener in his left hand and the glass with lemon in his right. In the next shot, he's shown handing the glass to Lacy with his left hand and the Perrier bottle and opener is now in his right hand.
Continuity: When Al Cvervik is walks into the golf club, the Judge is standing next to the counter, but when Al says, "it looks good on you though," the judge is about three feet away from the counter. Also, a hat appears on the counter from nowhere, because the judge hangs his up, and Al puts his back on the statue.
Continuity: Early in the film, when Ted Knight arrives at the final hole and Rodney calls out "1000 bucks you miss the putt", we initially watch Ted line up the putt and it is only about 2 feet long (shoulder width). The shadow from his head is only a few inches from the hole. After getting flustered by Rodney's bet, Ted again sets up over the ball, and suddenly the putt has doubled in length. More importantly, the sky has changed from mostly sunny to considerably cloudy and the shadow from his head is at least 4 feet from the hole.
Continuity: At the dinner party, when Spaulding gulps down some half-finished drinks left on a table, his unknotted bow-tie is hanging on the left side of his neck. He nearly gags on the last drink and quickly exits the room. In the next shot, outside the restaurant, his unknotted bow-tie is hanging on the right side of his neck.
Continuity: As the group gathers for the illegal tournament, Al Czervik takes a call from a phone in his golf bag; Dr. Beeper receives a page, and asks to use the phone (Czervik holds the phone between them). In the midst of this chaos, Lou (the ref) screams to get everyone's attention; when Czervik and Beeper turn to look at him, the phone is completely absent from the shot.