Superstar rap mogul C-Note (Antwan "Big Boi" Patton) wants to join the Carolina Pines Golf & Country Club, but faces stiff opposition from the establishments snooty members. C-Note forces the issue by purchasing the land adjacent to the golf courses 17th hole. As the club leaders search for a way to revoke his membership, C-Note realizes his familys honor and golf history are at stake, and digs in for the fight of his life.
When "street smart" rapper Christopher "C-Note" Hawkins (Big Boi) applies for a membership to all-white Carolina Pines Country Club, the establishment's proprietors are hardly ready to oblige him.
Who s your caddy bathroom scene
When hip-hop star Christopher “C-Note” Hawkins (Big Boi) is denied membership into an exclusive Carolina Pines Country Club, he comes up with a cunning plan that will oblige the country club to allow his acceptance. C-Note purchases property that contains land from the 17th hole, and bribes the country club for a membership in exchange for his land. The rest of the movie’s plot revolves around the club members and their efforts to get C-Note kicked out, while he disrupts the club’s atmosphere.
Big Boi as Christopher "C-Note" Hawkins (credited as "Antwan Andre Patton")
Chase A.A. Jackson as Christopher "C-Note" Hawkins flashback as little boy
The film had received negative reviews from critics. In particular, many critics have deemed this film a "terrible rip-off" of Caddyshack. Overall it is ranked a "Rotten" rating of 6% on Rotten Tomatoes, with the consensus calling the film "unoriginal, unfunny, and just plain forgettable." However, former U.S. president Bill Clinton "loves" the film. The film was nominated for a Golden Raspberry awards in the fields of Worst Remake or Rip-off, but lost to I Know Who Killed Me.
The movie grossed US$2.76 million in its first week at the box office, debuting in the number 10 spot. But the film was a dud at the box office, earning only $5,713,425.