It is late autumn 1997 and seventy-four-year-old Benjamin Digby lives for two things in his golden years—his dear wife, Emily, and the game of golf—in that order, of course. Now as a winter storm quickly approaches Montana, Ben sets out to squeeze in one last round.
Despite the rapidly declining weather conditions, Ben manages to shoot exceptionally well. He exits the seventeenth green with seventy strokes marked on his score card. Although he is certain to record his best score ever, Ben is still not satisfied. A par on the eighteenth will result in him shooting his age—a rare feat in the game of golf. As the wind pelts him with ice and snow, Ben struggles to stand on the eighteenth tee, forcing a club attendant to risk his own safety to rescue him from the raging blizzard. After Ben is returned to the course clubhouse, he believes his one chance at the rare accomplishment has passed. But what Ben does not know is that he has already set into motion a chain of events with the power to upend his life and transform a community.
Unfinished Business shares the entertaining tale of a senior golfer’s quirky journey after he attempts to accomplish a rare feat in the midst of a Montana blizzard.