WOW, as others said, I hate both choices. I have lots of memories of golfing with my wife, with my "Exchange" son and with many friends. To lose those would hurt. But also I figure I have 20+ years of golf ahead of me so not being able to create new memories is also depressing. Since I have to chose I will take "Lose all of the memories" as long as I can create new ones. With 20+ years ahead of me I figure I can create enough good memories to replace those lost. If I were closer to the end of my "Golf Life" then I would definitely want to keep the memories.
I have locators on keys, wallet, cat, remote. They're especially useful for parents who misplace things like crazy. Me personally haven't lost my keys or wallet for a long time, actually, never, but I do misplace them, and finding them when they have a locator saves a lot of time, find it right away instead of searching for 10 minutes. The other day I was driving and couldn't remember if I left my wallet in my jacket which was in the trunk. So I beeped it without having to get out of the car, which reassured me. My last round, I dropped my sunglasses but luckily found them, eventually I'm gonna lose them, and they're not cheap, so I'm gonna AirTag them.