The Open Social Diary: Grace steals the headlines and plaudits, 'Spiethmint' proposal for leader Jordan
The third round of The Open at Royal Birkdale was full of moments to savour.
Branden Grace became the first man to card a 62 in major history, moving from four over to four under courtesy of his milestone moment.
The South African was praised by his colleagues and despite his score coming amid vastly improved conditions on England's north-west coast.
Despite his epic performance, Grace remains seven shots adrift of leader Jordan Spieth - who could get a new business idea in the works after a tweet about the chewing gum superstition he has developed.
Rickie Fowler appears out of contention, but produced another highlight of the tournament by narrowly missing out on an albatross at the par-four fifth.
All this and more in our pick of the best Twitter posts.Saturday at The Open