10 Best Golfer In The World Ever

Updated on: October 2020

Best Golfer In The World Ever in 2020


Tiger Woods: Achieving Greatness

Tiger Woods: Achieving Greatness
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020

GOLF Magazine 500 Best Tips Ever!: Simple Techniques to Help You Improve Your Game and Shoot Lower Scores (Golf Magazine Top 100 Teachers in America)

GOLF Magazine 500 Best Tips Ever!: Simple Techniques to Help You Improve Your Game and Shoot Lower Scores (Golf Magazine Top 100 Teachers in America)
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020

The Practicing Mind: Developing Focus and Discipline in Your Life — Master Any Skill or Challenge by Learning to Love the Process

The Practicing Mind: Developing Focus and Discipline in Your Life — Master Any Skill or Challenge by Learning to Love the Process
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020

Trump: The Best Golf Advice I Ever Received

Trump: The Best Golf Advice I Ever Received
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020

The Greatest Game Ever Played: Harry Vardon, Francis Ouimet, and the Birth of Modern Golf

The Greatest Game Ever Played: Harry Vardon, Francis Ouimet, and the Birth of Modern Golf
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020
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From Beginner to Winner

From Beginner to Winner
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020
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Seve: The Movie

Seve: The Movie
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020

Strokes of Genius: Federer, Nadal, and the Greatest Match Ever Played

Strokes of Genius: Federer, Nadal, and the Greatest Match Ever Played
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020

Dust Bowl Girls: The Inspiring Story of the Team that Barnstormed Its Way to Basketball Glory

Dust Bowl Girls: The Inspiring Story of the Team that Barnstormed Its Way to Basketball Glory
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020

The Body Has a Mind of Its Own: How Body Maps in Your Brain Help You Do (Almost) Everything Better

The Body Has a Mind of Its Own: How Body Maps in Your Brain Help You Do (Almost) Everything Better
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020

Dreamworlds: A Look at the Objectification of Women

An inside look at the movie Dreamworlds and its look at the objectification of women in society.

Dreamworlds is extremely convincing. The method used to construe a point is effective by the repetition of the scenes seen. The numerous amounts of bottoms, as one of my classmates said, is over the top. Clearly, the music industry has changed since 30 years ago, women are more prevalent in videos and their bodies are clearly exploited. By breaking the film into the "mini-stories," it is clear and easy to see the progression of the point that Dreamworlds is making. The stories focus on a particular issue of the videos and show clips after clips to show how the producers and manipulating the male "dream," in order to fill their wallets.

Whether this is good or bad it is an opinion, but to me images like these are contributing to the "hookup," trend of today's society and endangering women. Images like these are beginning to sink into the minds of men telling them that this behavior is not only acceptable, but expected. Images like these are telling young girls that they are suppose to be at the whim of a man and do what he wants. Regardless of age, circumstances, or location, you as a woman are expected to stop and give a man whatever he wants. This is wrong, but none of the less society is starting to act these scenes out. One thing I have noticed is men are becoming less gentlemanly, though there are many great ones out there, like my boyfriend, there are more than not men out there that see women as objects. They use women for whatever they want and in some cases make women believe that this is alright, they are in power and women have no purpose other than to satisfy men.

Dreamworlds gets this message across, even if it has to be graphic to do such. I can't imagine what Dreamworlds I and II were like, but if this is the tame version, its enough for me. Maybe if women start presenting themselves as something more than sex objects, men will change, but if women stoop to the same levels that men do in the music video industry we are only saying that this behavior is ok.

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