I tried pulling some out lasts summer with my 2500 GMC. They were a little larger than the ones shown but well established and they wouldn’t budge I did manage to mess the yard up pretty good in the process. The other problem with removing them that way is now you have a large shrub to get rid of and also a root ball that weighs several hundred pounds and then you need enough dirt to fill the hole.
Depending on what your plans are for the area could also be a factor. If you just want lawn there, a grinder that take it down to about 6 inches below the surface is fine. If you are planning mulch for the area and planting something around it you can cut it off flush and mulch over the stump. The guy I hire to do my stump grinding on small stuff like this doesn’t even want me to cut them off. He just uses his grinder and mows them off. If you get a stump guy with a grinder make sure he has a sheet of plywood to put against the house for flying stones and such.