Eric Close, Pat Boone’s “The Mulligan” Releases on DVD, Digital and More on August 16

The Mulligan/ Credit: Cinedigm

Ken Blanchard and Wally Armstrong’s novel “The Mulligan: A Parable of Second Chances” comes to life in the popular Cinedigm faith/family film. After a great reception in movie theaters, “The Mulligan” is being released on DVD, Digital and On Demand on August 16th, according to an official press release from Biscuit Media Group.

What is this inspirational flick all about?

“Outwardly, Paul (Eric Close) has everything that he could possibly want. He’s a successful businessman, motivational speaker and superstar on the golf course. But behind the persona, his world has fallen apart and his estrangement from his family has left him desperate to find anything to fill the void. When he gets teamed up with an old golf pro (Pat Boone), Paul begins to realize that there is still time to set his world right…there’s still time for a mulligan.”

“The Mulligan” is directed by Michael O. Sajbel, co-written by Randall Eldridge, Rick Eldridge, produced by Scotty Curlee, Eldridge and Stephan Schultze, with Eldridge also acting as Executive Producer.

Actors Tanya Christiansen, Andrew Brodeur, Charmin Lee and Debra Stipe round out the main cast.  Guest stars of the project are PGA Pro Tom Leyman and Broadcasting icon Jim Nantz.

Eldridge: “When I read this transformational book by Ken (Blanchard) and Wally (Armstrong), I immediately identified with it. As a husband, businessman and father, it can become difficult to give each role its respective place. Sometimes we stumble and we all need ‘second chances.’ Add in being a life-long lover of the game of golf, the book really hit home for me. It has been an incredible experience telling the story of The Mulligan.”

Click Here to visit the official website for “The Mulligan.

A Special Thanks to Biscuit Media Group and Cinedigm for the press release and image.

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