Tiger Woods and his son Charlie almost pulled off the most amazing feel good victory at the PNC Championship.
It was ultimately not to be as team Daly - big John and not so little John - took down the title with a record score of 27-under.
Daly senior celebrated the only way he knows how with a cigarette and a diet coke, while his son looked overcome with emotion.
Of course, Sunday with Woods' in red was not without its awesome moments.
Reflecting on the tournament, Woods detailed how the game plan was to have "18 looks" at birdie as they are both good putters.
Well, at Ritz-Carlton Golf Club in Orlando, Florida, Tiger's old faithful Scotty Cameron got hot. As did Charlie's mini version.
The pair combined for a remarkable stretch of golf. They started birdie, birdie eagle then settled for three pars.
Then, from the 7th hole, they made 11 straight birdies and needed an eagle up the last to really force the issue.
Both tried to chip in, threatening the hole with the green side shots in front of thousands of fans in Orlando.
It wasn't to be and in their sixth attempt team Daly finally picked up the emotional win.
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Woods later said: