The speaker of the documentary, Josh Greenbaum presents eight golfers with the occasion being the U.S. Kids Golf World Championship Tournament. The audience of this documentary are parents and children and anyone who likes the sport of golf. The purpose of the documentary was to display some of the best young golfers all over the world. The strategies used in this documentary were important in evoking different attitudes and atmospheres in the movie. They used montages and different choices of music for different situations in the movie. For example, when we hear that Jed receive a ten stroke penalty they play somber music as a way to evoke a somber feeling in the viewer. This way the viewer almost feels as though they are part of the movie. Another great strategy was having the kids lip sync "How you like me now" at the end of the movie. It was a great end to a great movie. The tone of the movie was holistically upbeat and fun, it had its moments of sadness or anxious moments, but all-in-all, I would say the movie had a very happy, funny tone. There was some bias in the movie. There was bias towards its benefits of the championship and also the negative effects of not winning. I really enjoyed this movie and I would recommend it to anyone. The kids were all incredibly funny and I really enjoyed watching the film.
In Josh Greenbaum's sports documentary, "The Short Game(2012),he shows the effect that golf has on the children in this tournament and displays valuable life lessons. The narrator first introduces the eight competitors in this golf tournament. He then shows their play through the three day tournament. His purpose is to show some of the best young golfers all over the world and show the effects that competitive golf has on kids of such a young age. His audience is parents and children and fans of golf.