It was moving day at The Open Championship on Friday but the sunshine refused to budge.
While Louis Oosthuizen recovered the overnight lead that he had lost to Collin Morikawa earlier in the day, a few fans' favourites ensured they will be around at the weekend.
Rory McIlroy and Shane Lowry both did enough to make the cut and world number one Dustin Johnson surged up the leaderboard.
But our man on the ground also had an eye on events on the fringes of the action...
When the players walk off the 18th green they pass under the grandstand that surrounds the putting surface.
Above them will often be a gaggle of fans trying to get their attention so they might throw a golf ball their way.
But when that chance comes you have to be ready to take it, and one young fan's hopes were dashed when Tommy Fleetwood tossed a ball within his grasp but he let it slip.
When a marshal picked it up to throw it back to the waiting fans, it was a different young hopeful who managed to seize the opportunity.
Lucas Herbert's caddie had fans in a festive mood, despite it being the middle of July.
Nick Pugh sports a bushy white beard and, as he made his way from the 15th green to the 16th tee, one cheeky fan asked if the jovial Scot had received his Christmas list.
Pugh saw the funny side and retorted: "Ho ho ho!"
They are not compulsory, but some spectators are choosing to wear face masks in these coronavirus times.
That is all well and good, but it's important to remove your mask before attempting to drink your beer.
One fan probably won't need to learn that lesson again after inducing much mirth following a botched attempt to take a swig from his pint with his face mouth covered.