Sir Nick Faldo broke down in tears during his final broadcast with CBS at the Wyndham Championship on the PGA Tour.
It was 16 years ago that Faldo began life in the booth but now he has decided it's time to hang it up for good.
"Do you think Greg Norman wants to see my boat race every week?!" he joked in a video explaining his decision.
The only dry eye in the studio belonged to Jim Nantz. It begs the question, what exactly will it take for the famed commentator to get emotional?
On the other hand, Ian Baker-Finch was absolutely lost for words. He delivered an emotional speech and shook Faldo's hand as he bid adieu.
"You taught me so much, for that I'm grateful," Baker-Finch said through tears. "I'm honoured to have my name sandwiched between yours on the Claret Jug in 90, 91 and 92. I look at that with great pleasure."
"The last two decades we have been paired together many times, on various TV towers around the world and in fact the last 16 years here at CBS.
"It's been a great honour and I'm sad to see you go. It's so sad, perhaps we will have the chance to be paired together at the Gallatin River, Montana with a fly rod instead of a golf club".
Faldo, 65, previously announced his intentions to start living on a farm he has purchase in Montana.
He has previously stated that he may do live commentary on special occasions in the future but this is it for a full-time role.
His replacement has been named. Former Masters champion Trevor Immelman will now take up the role.
The 2008 Green Jacket winner is remarkably only the fourth lead golf analyst for CBS in the past 50 years following Faldo, Lanny Wadkins and Ken Venturi.