On the golf course, Mr Hatcher warns off the golf pro from pursuing his daughter. Though Pearson takes up the challenge to earn $50k per year, Alice doesn’t want to be the prize of a bet. Still, Jim Pearson reigns on the golf course, gaining attention of all the sports writers. Hatcher brings in his own ringer, a dumb boy from the country who hadn’t even seen a golf club until a few days ago.
The final open tournament kicks off, and Jim is knocking the ball down the course. And what about the dumb, silent, Saul? His drives down the fairway are straight, and keeping pace with Jim. If Saul has a weakness, Jim is determined to find it. There’s something about the swing of this silent newcomer that strikes Jim as familiar.
Jim has it figured out, and goes to Hatcher to call him on the entry of the robot golfer. Will the terms and conditions of the bet change?
How can Jim come from behind, and beat the robot? Good sportsmanship and fair play are the rule. A slight oversight in the machine is taken advantage of, and Jim uses the perfect game of silent Saul to his advantage.