The 149th Open Championship concluded in thrilling fashion on Sunday as Collin Morikawa claimed the Claret Jug.
It was a fitting finale to a memorable tournament, which marked the return of fans en masse to watch golf's oldest major.
Royal St George's was bathed in sunshine for all four days and it was a joyous event for everyone in attendance.
Stats Perform's man on the ground said a fond farewell to the Kent links, but not before one last wander around the course.
SHELTER FROM THE WARM
The soaring temperatures made walking the course a test of endurance, and not everyone was keen to partake.
What few spots of shade there were soon became occupied by weary bodies, sheltering from the warmth of the sun.
The queues at the water refill points were longer than for the grandstands.
CELEB SPOTTING (TAKE TWO)
It may have been premature to share the story of a chance encounter with British comedian Michael McIntyre on Saturday, as Sunday heralded the arrival of an even bigger celebrity.
Milling around outside the entrance to the media centre, and somehow not surrounded by a large crowd of autograph hunters, was One Direction's Niall Horan.
He's a keen golf fan and can often be seen at the majors rubbing shoulders with the biggest names in the sport.
At the end of a long tournament, some members of the media pack wanted a morale-boosting moment, so waited patiently for Champion Golfer of the Year Morikawa to exit from the interview room in hope of an autograph or photo.
Two had souvenir flags with Open Championship branding, in the expectation Morikawa might take the time to sign them.
He bolted through the doors carrying the Claret Jug, saw his waiting fans, but had no time to stop, telling them: "Sorry guys. Maybe I'll see you later."
Oh, the disappointment.