Sports films always seem to be the bastard child of the industry, especially on VHS. So here we have four films that brought a lot of happiness to my childhood, ready to be passed down to younger generations! Parents, never underestimate the power a simple golf video can have over your children.
Up first (and second), we have "Shooting Stars of the NCAA Championships", and Shooting Stars II". The first one was one of my favorite tapes growing up, and is a fine look at some of the most clutch players in college basketball history. The second one never really caught on with me the same way as the first one, and so I only watched it once or twice.
Then we have "Great Sports Moments of the '80s", a tape that someone gave to me and I immediately tried selling. Never seen this one. Last up is "Bob Mann's Automatic Golf: The Method", one tape that's part of a much larger collection of instructional videos. I still remember getting excited watching the slow-motion golf swings, which might help to explain the similar feelings I'd get years later while watching a slow-motion John Woo-directed shootout. Watched this thing millions of times, but still plays well and has a ton of useful info.