Golf is an individualistic sport, putting all the pressure on singular golfers to succeed and win championships, or choke brutality and never recover from the mental instability. Arnold Palmer's famous meltdown at the U.S. Open in 1966 was the closest he'd ever come to winning an eighth major championship. Scott Hoch blew three separate chances to win the 1989 Masters, never getting a other chance to don the Green Jacket. These crushing defeats, whether due to legitimate choking or unlucky strokes, hurt all the same, even for all-time greats like Palmer. Check out these moments, along with a host of amusing amateur golf fails in The Biggest Fails in Golf History.