Spectators soaked up the sunshine on another glorious day at Royal St George's as The Open Championship's third round left us poised for a thrilling finale.
On the course it looks set to be a final-day shoot-out between three major champions, with Louis Oosthuizen, Collin Morikawa and Jordan Spieth setting the pace.
Meanwhile, there was plenty happening on the other side of the ropes as fans lapped up the entertainment on offer.
Our man on the ground brings you all the latest after being out and about on the Kent links on Saturday...
Big sporting events tend to attract stars from all manner of show business backgrounds, and it seems stand-up comedians are not immune to the allure of a golf major.
As this reporter was roaming alongside the 18th fairway he heard a familiar voice asking where the official Open shop was.
"It's the big building over there with 'the shop' written on it," I said.
"You're very helpful, thank you," replied British comedian Michael McIntyre.
PLAN OF ACTION
As a spectator at a golf event, you have a multitude of options: pick a spot and make it your own for the day; follow a particular group; or maybe just wander around and see what you see.
One cluster of fans who had only just arrived were gathered around a course map, each apparently with very different ideas about what to do.
In such situations, it takes a leader to sort things out and, luckily for this group, the best man for the job stepped forward.
"Why don't you argue about this from somewhere you can actually see the golf?" he said, ushering the group away from the entrance.
Away from the gaze of the cameras and long after his round of 70 had come to a close with a birdie at the 18th, Lee Westwood was putting in the hard yards on the practice range.
The Englishman was one of a handful of players grafting away in the evening sun as, even at the age of 48, he showed every day presents an opportunity to learn and improve.
That's the commitment it takes to succeed!