It's 3.30 on Thursday afternoon on the practice ground at Kiawah Island's Ocean Course. In a snapshot scene which turned heads, Tiger Woods approaches Rory McIlroy after finishing a post-round range session.
Ian Poulter has spoken of his relief at moving into an automatic berth for a Ryder Cup place, despite falling short of winning the US PGA Championship.
There can be few things in sport more delightful than emulating the performance of your boyhood idol. Rory McIlroy, throughout his youth, was in awe of Tiger Woods.
This was the day the Ocean Course bit back. Conditions on Kiawah Island were so favourable for the opening 18 holes of the 94th US PGA championship that they made a mockery of this venue's rating as one of the toughest in the country.
Seldom has a man of the match looked so glum.
'U-sain! U-sain! U-sain!" chanted the crowd, which seemed packed with a comical number of pasty Brits wearing Jamaican flags and facepaint.
Britain celebrated a remarkable double rowing gold on Saturday morning as the men's four and the women's lightweight double sculls raced to victory. However Zac Purchase and Mark Hunter had to settle for silver in the men's lightweight double sculls after Denmark edged them out in a thrilling finish.
No sooner had Jessica Ennis-Hill celebrated her world heptathlon triumph with a small beer than she set her mind on what she hopes will be the crowning glory of her career: becoming only the third track and field athlete to retain an Olympic title after giving birth.
When Usain Bolt crossed the line 0.01 seconds ahead of his twice-banned American rival Justin Gatlin to retain his world 100m title, it wasn’t just yet another victory over the doubters.
Usually the last thing any heptathlete feels like doing at the end of an 800m, when their lungs and limbs are waving a white flag, is muster a smile.