Little Loopers

DVD Release: August 4, 2015
Little Loopers


After reacting violently during one of his matches, Hutch McGee has retired from the professional golf circuit and fallen into a cycle of drinking and depression. When the lovely and confident director of the local country club asks him to coach the “Little Loopers,” the club’s young golf team, he isn’t exactly enthused. However, the team takes a liking to Hutch and they begin to learn and grow together, both as individuals and as players. Hutch takes them all the way into the championship tournament, and they win as a team! With the boost of confidence from the kids, Hutch pulls himself back together and makes it onto the pro tour again, winning the heart of the lovely country club director in the meantime.

Dove Review

Hutch is a washed up pro golfer who spends his time drinking and playing golf for money. He has anger problems that put him in front of a judge who orders him to do 1,000 hours of community service helping the “Little Loopers” learn to play golf.

He doesn’t like the challenge at first, but learns something about himself and the team as they work together. There are a number of values the kids must follow, which Hutch discovers also work for him. Despite many wrong ideas and miscommunication, the kids and Hutch come together with confidence and hard work to overcome the biggest challenge for all of them.

This movie is about change, helping others, turning your life around, and confidence; most of all it is about the love of the game. “Little Loopers” is a wonderful tale that will entertain everyone, but due to some of the content we award it the Dove “Family-Approved” Seal for ages 12 plus.

Content Description

Faith: None
Integrity: None
Sex: Couple kiss; scene of pregnant woman of unknown marital status.
Language: Turd; bull turkey; idiots; crud rat; H-1; it- 2; I'll be D.amn-1; horse dickey; dummy.
Violence: Boy kicks man; man is punched; man smashes window out of vehicle; man bullies children.
Drugs: Man shown drinking; man pouring liquor into coffee; bar scenes; comment about drunken little midgets; man is drunk and stumbles around in front of children; boy throws his golf clubs; man pouring all liquor down the drain
Nudity: Shirtless man; kids in swim suits and shorts
Other: Rude attitudes; living by bad values; being mean to children; man lies on phone about another; man sitting on toilet with newspaper in front of him then makes farting noises.


Company: Cinedigm
Director: Jim Valdez
Producer: Gina Leonard
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 96 min.
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe