A dog's life for Paul Casey
In January 2021, Paul Casey was top dog, winning the Dubai Desert Classic to move up to No.17 in the world.
In this Dunhill Golden Moment, dating back to 2012, when Casey was playing in the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship, his round at Kingsbarns came to a sudden halt because of a dog called Digby, who had a liking for golf balls.
Casey came face to face with Digby as he reached the 12th green at Kingsbarns and headed towards his ball. Suddenly the dog appeared and stole it, trotting off the green with the ball in his mouth.
Casey called over a rules official to inform him of what had happened and at that moment a member of the gallery said they had retrieved the ball from Digby, which he handed back to Casey who went on to use it to make a birdie on the hole.
The dog was still wandering around when the players left the green, Casey threw the ball to the dog, but by then he had lost interest.
Casey said: "He looked lost, to be honest. I made friends with him while standing at the back of the 12th green. His name's Digby. When somebody brought the ball back, it had no teeth marks in it, fortunately."