When it comes to Tiger Woods the list of players who withstood his charges on a major championship Sunday is short.
One of those names who managed to go toe-to-toe with Woods and emerge a winner was Rich Beem at the 2002 PGA Championship.
Beem, 51, now an Sky Sports analyst and commentator, will dine out on his Hazeltine victory for the rest of his living days.
And why not. He recently joined Golf's Sub Par podcast to re-live the moment, the roars and ultimately the emotion.
Beem explained that as he was being chased down by Woods he heard the whooping and hollering. How could you not hear the noise?!
Cheers from major championship Sundays are different, especially if it's the cat who is making his way through the field.
Beemer finally managed to finish one stroke clear of Woods, who is now 46 years old and back in rehab before another comeback attempt.
He told the podcast that the savvy trick he employed was attributing the noise to Fred Funk making birdies, not Woods.
Funk eventually finished six shots behind Beem, who reached 10-under par through his four rounds in Minnesota.