There are many ways to make a living in the world, and it's hard to imagine too many better ways than playing golf on the PGA tour.
Players get to compete for exorbitant purses, sometimes winning as much as $1 million or more in a single four-day tournament.
The players are treated like royalty by the tournament organizers and get to stay in five-star hotels on a regular basis where all their needs are met for them. Fans idolize them and network broadcasters help build their reputations by praising their games.
They also get to play on the most beautiful golf courses in the world.
Yet despite all the benefits, some golfers are not happy with their lot in life. They take out their frustrations on competitors, organizers and fans.
They complain, moan, argue and whine. Here are six of the biggest malcontent/crybabies on the tour.