The Alvin and the Chipmunks one and Christmas Shoes. Christmas Shoes is so depressing it makes you want to slit your wrists. Alvin and the Chipmunks is so bad that everyone involved should be put into one of Trump's databases.
Maybe, but there's also an argument to be made that it frees you from that pressure, and you can just go play golf. Or, if not free you, at least apply that pressure in such a way that it doesn't destroy you.
Herbert Warren Wind described Jerry Travers, (a rich amateur who won a lot of big tournaments in the early 1900s) by saying, "Like most rich men's sons who have played a sport well, he could afford to play the game as if his next meal depended on winning."
"The value of the McIlroy brand — that persuaded the likes of Nike to enter a reported $250m 10 year deal with the 26-year-old — is underlined by the Dublin firm placing a $422.13m (€399.55m) book value on the firm’s intangible assets connected to the golfer’s brand"
Note that his brand is currently valued at that. It doesn't mean that he actually has that much money, nor that that value could drop enormously should something (think Anthony Kim) happen....
I couldn't argue against anything here, but I'm sure there are hundreds of others that could or should have been included. I particularly like the last hole mentioned, the Pit at North Berwick. And in case anyone asks, the wall is not an obstruction, its simply in play. I also particularly like the explanation of the "science" involved. Get all the opinions from all of the experts and scientists, and throw them out the window!